(EDITOR'S NOTE: John Harrigan has been dragged away in a net to a place where someone is paid to actually listen to him. His longtime friend, who remains incognito, fills in.)
March is the month when this old fool puts on way too many heavy clothes and pulls on boots that could float him if he falls through the now, getting softer-ice.
Historically speaking, turkey vultures were not commonly seen in New Hampshire until a relatively few years ago.
RAYMOND — A second cat has been rescued after being found in a foreclosed home, police said.
Police and fire officials used a thermal-imaging camera to find a pet cat that was accidentally left behind when the owner's home was foreclosed on.
Ice airport: Every winter, when the surface of Alton Bay freezes into thick ice,...
Hiking in style: A local bartender is looking forward to trying out some new equipment...
Miles to Go: New Hampshire-born Aliy Zirkle is currently in top 10 of the Iditarod...
Special Olympics: The 38th annual Special Olympics New Hampshire Winter Games, which...
Fish for football: The first Friends of Belmont Football fishing derby was a big success...
Fundraiser: In the middle of the combined Valentine's and Presidents Day weekend,...
Fishing Derby: A humble Brady King was all smiles Sunday when he won the $15,000...
Lift open: Backcountry skiers can rejoice because on Friday the Mittersill area...
Ride-In: The weather was brisk, but Gov. Maggie Hassan bundled up and joined a...
Ice palace: A little more than a month since it opened, the ice castle at Loon...
Former New Hampshire resident Aliy Zirkle is running out of time in her quest to win the Iditarod sled dog race in Alaska.READER COMMENTS: 0
Aliy Zirkle, a New Hampshire native, took the lead in Alaska's Iditarod dog sled race Saturday, leading the field through two checkpoints as part of the final push to the finish line in Nome.READER COMMENTS: 0
New Hampshire native Aliy Zirkle held the lead spot Saturday in the 975-mile Iditarod Sled Dog Race in Alaska.READER COMMENTS: 0
It's not exactly Lake Winnipesaukee, but thanks to the efforts of the Whitefield Lions Club, Forest Lake – just like the Big Lake downstate – has its own 'ice-out competition' which is now in its third year.READER COMMENTS: 0
After two years of cancellations and a postponement earlier this year, the fourth time was the charm for the Tamworth Sled Dog Races which was back on track Saturday. It continues today.READER COMMENTS: 1
It's one thing to put one foot in front of the other, day after day, month after month, for more than 2,000 miles. It's a challenge of another sort to plan that kind of journey.
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