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28th Annual Memorial Day Soccer Tourney

Amherst Soccer Club/Hampshire United Soccer Club’s 28th annual Memorial Day Soccer Tournament officials would like to express its gratitude to the towns of Amherst and Milford, the Amherst and Milford Recreation Departments, the Amherst and Milford School Districts, MCCA, Dwayne Andreason-DDA ...

Summer series of rare silent westerns continues

WILTON – It’s a genre as old as the movies. It’s the Western, and its origins are being explored in a summer-long series of rarely screened silent films at the Town Hall Theatre, 40 Main St., Wilton, N.H. Next up: on Sunday, June 20 at 2 p.m., ‘Salomy Jane’ (1914), an early ...

Putnam Retires

Dick Putnam’s retirement ended an era. There has been a Putnam’s Clothing on Main Street since 1934. He was the third generation in the business following his father and great-uncle. On Monday, the town officially said good-bye with a grand party in Main Street Park sponsored by Main Street ...

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28th Annual Memorial Day Soccer Tourney

Amherst Soccer Club/Hampshire United Soccer Club’s 28th annual Memorial Day Soccer Tournament officials would like to express its gratitude to the towns of Amherst and Milford, the Amherst and Milford Recreation Departments, the Amherst and Milford School Districts, MCCA, Dwayne Andreason-DDA ...

Nashua’s Ross publishes, co-authors new book

NASHUA – It seems like every professional baseball player, or two out of every three, over time, has or has had a nickname. For example, locally, we all remember Butch Hobson, the former Red Sox player, manager, whose real name is Clell Lavern Hobson. There are 27 players in baseball ...

Nashua Athletics Hall of Fame set to induct 2021 class next week

EDITOR’S NOTE: Telegraph Staff Writer Tom King is a member of the Nashua Hall of Fame Committee. By TOM KING Staff Writer NASHUA – It took a mention in passing, a telephone conversation or two, and meeting between Nashua athletic director Lisa Gingras and former Nashua High School ...

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Nonprofit strategic planning, and why you should care

Have you ever had that feeling that you should probably have paid better attention in a particular class? Perhaps you are sitting there reading this nodding your head in agreement saying to yourself, “If I’d paid more attention in geography, I would actually know where Kamchatka is.” ...

Collaboration is how to solve the mental health crisis in a pandemic

In February 2013, I wrote an Op-Ed about a new record number of individuals who were stuck in New Hampshire hospital emergency departments waiting for a psychiatric inpatient bed for an involuntary emergency admission (IEA). There were 44 individuals waiting on February 4, 2013. Eight years ...

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Norma Rae McKinney

Norma was born to Lena Mae (Taylor) and Antonio Kosta, on February 25, 1936 in Rio Hondo, Texas, and passed onto the Lord early morning on May 31, 2021 in Nashua, New Hampshire. Norma spent her formative years in Texas and California, where she graduated from Tulelake High School in 1954. ...

Norma Rae McKinney

Norma was born to Lena Mae (Taylor) and Antonio Kosta, on February 25, 1936 in Rio Hondo, Texas, and passed onto the Lord early morning on May 31, 2021 in Nashua, New Hampshire. Norma spent her formative years in Texas and California, where she graduated from Tulelake High School in 1954. ...

James ‘Jim’ Joseph Poor Sr.

James “Jim” Joseph Poor Sr., 80, a lifetime resident of Milford, NH died on February 2, 2021 in Milford. Family members include his sister, Judith Picard Poor of Milford, NH; two children: Lou-Ann Poor (Chuck Simpson) of Dublin, NH and James “Jimmy” Joseph Poor Jr. of Naples, FL; two ...

Jean (Riendeau) and Ronald Henry Rood

The family of Jean (Riendeau) Rood and Ronald Henry Rood invite you to join them for a Memorial Service and Celebration of Life on Friday, June 11, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. Jean Barbara (Riendeau) Rood, age 82, died May 31, 2019 after a battle with lung cancer. Ronald Henry Rood, age 89, died ...