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Obituaries November 29, 2012

Florence Jeanette Armstrong Florence Jeanette Armstrong, 89, died November 24, 2012 at her home in Exeter, New Hampshire. She was born in Vanceboro, Maine, July 11, 1923, daughter of Stillman…

16-year-old national cooking champ

16-year-old national cooking champ

By PENNY FLETCHER RIVERVIEW — Sixteen-year-old Devin Davis hunts and fishes, plays trombone in his school band and sings in his church’s choir. But most of all, he loves to…

Unique partnership leads the way to eco-tourism destination

Unique partnership leads the way to eco-tourism destination

By MELODY JAMESON APOLLO BEACH A multi-faceted ecological park exhibiting cutting-edge  technology and featuring memorable new experiences is being envisioned on 125 acres here. The yet-unnamed environmental development focused on…

Faith for a Bullet Free Sky

Faith for a Bullet Free Sky

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN New Year’s Eve is fast approaching and Sandy Duran feels a sense of urgency. That evening of joy and revelry will mark the one-year anniversary of when…

Half days are better than none at Balm Post Office

Half days are better than none at Balm Post Office

By MELODY JAMESON BALM – In about three months, this community’s historic post office will be open only on a part-time basis. But, for both local patrons and postal authorities,…

Mike Huckabee sees the love in SCC

Mike Huckabee sees the love in SCC

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN It may have been Cyber Monday for most people in the country, but a few hundred people in South Hillsborough apparently did their Christmas shopping not virtually,…

Life: Part Two

Life: Part Two

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN The last day of my 40s was spent in a hospital room with my Mom. Recently out of surgery, she was only occasionally aware that I was…

The Lost Millenial: The worst wedding guest. Ever.

By NICK NARIGON Last June my wife Lisa took me along to attend my first Japanese wedding. Her former classmate Shin and his bride Emma held a traditional wedding in…

Observations: Life: Part Two

The last day of my 40s was spent in a hospital room with my Mom. Recently out of surgery, she was only occasionally aware that I was there. My sister…

For Thanksgiving, a bounty of choices in the food you eat

For Thanksgiving, a bounty of choices in the food you eat

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN It is Thanksgiving, the long-held American tradition of giving thanks for the bounty that we in this nation have received. One day each year we gather together…

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