Herein are some housekeeping items and just plain strange stuff (this happens once or twice as a result of cleaning up my desk and my muddled mind).
The "get the lead out" campaign from what we like to call the "do-gooders" that don't do too much research in a lot of the things they champion in their quest for a perfect environment seems to be gaining a lot of momentum
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.
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...
Pond hockey: The game was tight right until the end. Joe's Chicks, a group of...
Pond hockey: As Tom Noble holds a fire hose pumping Winnipesaukee lake water onto...
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.READER COMMENTS: 0
We first discovered the deer carcass simply by listening. The noisy scavengers, we knew, were harbingers of a meat source in snowy woods otherwise devoid of food.READER COMMENTS: 0
A unique hiking and running challenge is being planned along a rough terrain course in the Amherst woods, an event that is not designed for the faint of heart, according to race organizers.READER COMMENTS: 0
Moose permit application period now open. New Hampshire Fish and Game expects fewer permits will be distributed in 2014, compared to prior hunting seasons.
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Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: Turkey vultures not commonly seen in NH until fairly recently