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A red-bellied woodpecker visits Cheryl Kimball's bird feeder with a cardinal looking on.

Nature Talks: Taking a closer look at the red-bellied woodpecker

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A FACEBOOK FRIEND posted a message a couple weeks ago excited about seeing a red-bellied woodpecker for the first time at her home in Effingham, a small town at the foothills of the White Mountains...

The New Hampshire Marine Memorial at Hampton Beach, looking east over the Atlantic Ocean. The original honor roll listing 248 servicemen lost at sea during wartime is carved into the wall that forms the back of the granite bench behind the sculpture. Forty-three names were later added on the opposite side of the bench.

The Marine Memorial at Hampton Beach is dedicated

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AFTER SEVEN YEARS of hard work, the New Hampshire Marine Memorial Commission was finally able to unveil the impressive granite monument at Hampton Beach that honors New Hampshire's servicemen lost at...

New Horizons volunteers deliver groceries and good cheer, making Christmas special

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When charities come calling, especially this time of year, we are happy to open our purse strings, as well as our heart strings, for the less fortunate among us. Yet most of the time we donate...

New coats warm city kids, firefighters' hearts

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Manchester firefighters who delivered about 300 brand new coats to children around Manchester last week were surprised by how quickly they were able to raise the money to buy them.

Old friends and a 'homeless angel' make for good stories anytime

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I like good stories, which is probably part of why I am in this business. The other part is genetics.

Human intervention hobbling ice fishermen

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WE'VE LIVED ON and utilized Great Bay for our outdoor recreation and source of great food for about half a century and have never thought that some of these things we cherished could come to a...

Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: A winter's walk inspires thoughts of 'long ago'

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Editor's Note: This was the last “Nature Talks'' column written by Stacey Cole, who died on Nov. 30. Stacey wrote “Nature Talks'' on a weekly basis for more than 50 years before trading...

Standing up for Salvation: Ringing the bell in the cold is a tough job

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If you walked by Jill Wade outside the Northside Plaza liquor store earlier this month, you would have your nip of good cheer, the alcohol-free kind.

Lookng Back with Aurore Eaton: The NH Marine Memorial — Getting the project done

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AFTER SLOWING DOWN for a few months, the New Hampshire Marine Memorial Commission sprung back to life in 1954.

Milly's Tavern raises the bar on helping others

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I was sitting inside Milly's Tavern enjoying a complimentary beverage after the Central Shuffle 5K, a fundraiser for the Central Pride Foundation, when it occurred to me that this column has had more...

Milly's Tavern raises the bar on helping others

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I was sitting inside Milly's Tavern enjoying a complimentary beverage after the Central Shuffle 5K, a fundraiser for the Central Pride Foundation, when it occurred to me that this column has had more...

President's offspring always off limits? My grandfather would beg to differ

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An aide to a Republican congressman had to quit her day job after she made critical comments about the President's daughters' dress and comportment at a ceremony where a Thanksgiving turkey was...

0 Oh, a foot of snow, and topics, please

0 What makes us stay when it's easier to go?

2 Mark Hayward's City Matters: Library namesake rescued from the vault: Elenora Blood Carpenter gets her rightful place

5 Drew Cline: More freedom means fewer interactions with the state

0 Santa sighting means Christmas

0 A voice for New Hampshire is silenced, but Stacey Cole's impact will remain

1 Theirs were voices from a time long gone - and missed

0 Dick Pinney Guide Lines: The long search for a gun without recoil pays

0 Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: Green frogs spend the winter in ponds beneath the mud

1 Roadside directives aren't always as helpful as they should be

1 A father's quest to honor a son lost in World War II

16 Drew Cline: New Hampshire is not a red state, Republicans

7 Stacey Cole, nature columnist for more than half a century, dies at age 92

0 These boots are made for filling with donations

0 Whether you have everything or nothing, you can find the perfect gift in these pages

0 A day of turkeys and past history

1 Dick Pinney: Hunting sea ducks is quite an adventure

0 Believe it or not - an endangered gray squirrel

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