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Inaugural Pickle Bowl a sweet success

Season playoffs, Pickle I and Pickle II, preceded Pickle Bowl 2019, an inaugural event recently hosted by the Nashua Pickleball Club, a group of around 320 with more than 215 weekly picklers. Play dates starting May 1 pitted six teams of four players each. Eventually, ‘The Kids’ ...

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24 Mini Quilts to be raffled at Amherst event

AMHERST - Once again the Souhegan Valley Quilters’ Guild will be on the Amherst Green on July Fourth from 9-12:30 PM. We will be selling raffle tickets for 24 mini quilts, all approximately 20”x20,” the perfect wallhanging size. The proceeds support the non-profit Guild’s many charities ...

Pomp & Circumstance

MERRIMACK – On a day of celebration fitting of the sunshine that hung over Merrimack High School during the school’s 2019 commencement, the school graduated 261 seniors, sending them off with bright futures. Walking out of their school for the last time as students to the applause of ...

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Granite State games hit stride

Ahhh, the Games people play. These Games, the Granite State Games, are a good thing. Believe it or not, Bishop Guertin High School girls soccer coach Pat Mulcahy’s vision began its fifth year on Monday, giving student athletes a chance at scholarship money (about $4,000 involved) and the ...

Post 98 baseball reloading on fly this summer

Folks who gripe and grouse about today’s teenagers having too many distractions and side-interests taking them away from the good old fun of “going outside to play” need to know that there are young men who take their baseball seriously enough to not in fact want a break from it when ...

Tomahawks celebrate most successful lax season in years

If you understand the boys lacrosse ranks in the Granite State, you know how tough it is to climb up the ladder. This spring, the Merrimack Tomahawks made one of those significant giant steps. Merrimack finished up with a 10-6 regular season mark, earning the program’s first home game in ...

Tomahawk track team very sharp at Division I meet

Merrimack High’s boys track team had itself right in the midst of the team title chase early on with 38 points in the Division I State Track Meet, which had it trailing Exeter by a mere two points. But Exeter proved to be too much, and Merrimack settled for fourth place overall. At the ...

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Elizabeth Warren has a plan to fix that

We all know that the opioid epidemic is an ongoing and heart-breaking problem. President Trump’s Council of Economic Advisers estimated that this crisis cost the nation more than $500 billion in 2015 alone with New Hampshire being disproportionately affected. Every day we lose people to ...

Our Thanks To

On Wednesday, April 17, Merrimack High School held their 3rd annual Vietnam Veterans’ Panel Discussion. Seven veterans were in attendance to share their experiences with all US History and American Experience classes. In order to show our appreciation to the veterans for their service to our ...

Southern New Hampshire’s PFAS

Southern New Hampshire’s PFAS water contamination situation is getting attention from the Presidential candidates and the national news. We’ve already had several candidates visit Merrimack to hold PFAS discussions with the communities. As more and more attention comes to southern New ...

Want to become a millionaire?

Want to become a millionaire? Just invent a fire alarm that will shut off when you yell, “Hey, I’m just cooking”. Another way would be to get Hannity (Fox News) and Rachel Maddow (MSNBC) to appear in a debate. It would set records for listeners. Advertisers would pay dearly for a spot ...

Obituaries | VIEW ALL

Roger Rivard

Roger Rivard, a resident of New Ipswich, NH died on August 18, 2019 after a period of declining health. He was a longtime former resident of Wilton, NH and later residing in Greenville and New Ipswich. A grave side service will be held on September 27, 2019 at 1:00 PM in the Pleasant Street ...

Tara R. Anderson

Tara R. Anderson, 45, resident of Milford, NH died on September 14, 2019 at her home. She was born in Nashua, NH on May 4, 1974, a daughter of the late Leonard W. and Sharon R. (Perry) Anderson. Tara graduated from Nashua Vo-Tech and made her home in the Amherst and Milford area for most of ...

Kenneth Bernard Winiecki Sr.

Kenneth B. Winiecki, Sr. passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on Sept. 14, 2019 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Nashua, NH. He was born in 1940 in Chicago, IL to Sigmund and Melania (nee Kaminski) Winiecki. He attended St. John of God Primary School during which time he was an alter boy and ...

Robert W. Brown

Robert W. Brown, 83, of Milford, NH, passed away on Saturday, September 14, 2019, at St. Joseph’s Hospital, in Nashua, NH, after a brief illness. Born in Lexington, Kentucky, in 1936, to Lymon O. and Ruth (Tharpe) Brown, Mr. Brown was raised in Indiana before moving his family to Amherst, ...