Legion post faces uncertain future

WOODSVILLE—Though the Ross-Wood American Legion Post #20 is carrying on business as usual, it has lost its nonprofit status and faces an uncertain future. Hundreds of veterans have gathered at 4 Ammonoosuc Street throughout the post’s 102-year existence to hold meetings, play cribbage, and socialize while grabbing a bite to eat or drink at the […]

Many close calls in NH primary results

New Hampshire residents cast their ballots in the New Hampshire state primary election on Sept. 13. Most of the contested elections were on the Republican ballot, including two federal offices that were settled by relatively narrow margins.

Finding balance on Vershire pony farm

VERSHIRE—As the late summer sun dappled across the arena, Sarah McRae Thrasher stood in the center of the space. Her small frame commanded everyone’s attention with her voice — not loud or commanding, but direct. While instructing two students, one a novice and the other an intermediate equestrian, she gave each attention and encouragement.

Charles Clark was Bradford’s hero

BRADFORD—Next month marks the 100th anniversary of the death of a man whose figure still looms over downtown Bradford. So who exactly was Charles Clark? Charles Edgar Clark was born in the family home on South Main Street on Aug. 10, 1843. He was the second son of parents James Dayton and Mary Sexton Clark. […]

Photo of the Week

BURSTS OF SUNSHINE—Bright yellow dahlias with red highlights shine in the corner of the floral border at the 4 Corners Farm Stand on a brilliant sunny day in South Newbury recently.

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