Bradford sets September pot vote

BRADFORD—Voters will decide if retail sales of cannabis will be a part of Bradford’s future in a special vote to take place Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. at the Bradford Academy. Vermont will legalize retail sales effective Oct.1, but it is still up to individual towns to decide whether they are willing […]

County budget wins approval

NORTH HAVERHILL—The Grafton County legislative delegation approved a nearly $50 million operating budget for 2022-2023 during a meeting on June 24. The vote was 17-0 with several members not in attendance. Although spending will increase by more than $1 million over the current year, the amount to be raised in property taxes will decrease for […]

Library dog provides calming benefits

BRADFORD—On a Friday afternoon in early June, librarian Gail Trede rang the bell at 10 a.m. to start weekly story hour. Trede, who children, and practically everyone else for that matter, call Miss Gail, has a four-legged helper these days. A 5-month-old golden retriever named Waldei (pronounced Val-dee) who has been coming to the library […]

Pike Hill Mine meeting held

COOKEVILLE—Some 40 to 50 Corinth residents turned out for an informational meeting last week to hear from the EPA about plans to clean up the former Pike Hill Copper Mine, a Superfund site. There will be one more informational session in July before a formal public hearing is held, likely in August on a proposed […]

Photo of the Week

Charlotte Holt submitted this photo for the Hope in Haverhill photo challenge. The project is facilitated by the UNH Cooperative Extension. See the story on #HopeinHaverhill on page 10.

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