Key players: Jake Coleman, Londonderry, senior; Joey Glynn, Portsmouth, senior; Craig Preston, Manchester Memorial, senior; Alonzo Linton, Nashua North, junior; Cody Morissette, Exeter, junior; Jake Carrier, Manchester Memorial, senior; Joey Merrill, Pinkerton, sophomore; Liam Viviano, Winnacunnet, senior; Ian Cummings, Merrimack, junior; Cal Connelly, Spaulding, junior; Matt Giroux, Concord, senior; Logan Galanes, Keene, senior; Cody Graham, Portsmouth, junior; K. Matte, Lebanon, senior; Ryan Banuskevich, Milford, senior; Ryan Milliken, Lebanon, junior; Nick Fothergill, Hollis/Brookline, senior; Sam Lupinacci, Coe-Brown, senior; Kyle Frank, Pelham, senior; Graham Chickering, Lebanon, senior; Tayler Mattos, Kearsarge, junior; Trevor Hunt, Belmont, senior; Brett Stauffeneker, Mascenic, senior; Evan Arsenault, Berlin, junior; Henry Yianakopolos, Hopkinton, senior; Zach Swanson, Inter-Lakes, senior; Harrison Vedrani, Campbell, senior; Daimon Gibson, Mascenic, senior; Alex Schwarz, Mascoma Valley, junior; Trey Carrier, Wilton-Lyndeborough, senior; Sam Anderson, Derryfield, senior; Logan Briggs, Littleton, senior; Corey Gadwah, Groveton, senior; Cam Darrah, Pittsfield, junior; Jackson Rivers, Epping, junior; Daegan Lurvey, Groveton, senior; Reese Swedberg, junior, Moultonborough; Paul Stuade, senior, Portsmouth Christian; Cy Kezerian, Littleton, senior. I hear people saying we are the top or in the top-three and I am thinking that teams that have been through it all have a bigger advantage than us.” – Portsmouth coach Jim Mulvey on the Clippers being tabbed D-I favorites.The name of the game in NHIAA Division I boys' basketball this winter is strength in numbers.“This is the fortieth anniversary of the Warner Area Farmers Market,” he explains. After all, when did someone start keeping track of the day that local farmers began converging in a single spot to sell their wares, rather than simply hawking them from a truck in front of their farms? “Some time ago, I that the Warner Area Farmers Market is the oldest, continuous-running farmers market in the state,” Bower jokes, “and nobody said anything different...so, we’re going to lay claim to that until somebody tells us different." It’s entirely possible that the 66-year-old farmer is right.In the 1960s, New Hampshire farmers began losing their connection to local communities when large food distributors began providing a richer variety of products at supermarkets, including imported varieties of locally-grown produce, like apples from Washington state and New Zealand.A town with a pleasantly relaxed ambience, Andover is home to Proctor Academy, a coed, four-year, residential, college preparatory school.The Academy's attractive grounds and buildings form the town's centerpiece.Colby-Sawyer College and its classic, maple-lined campus lie just beyond, at the end of the business district.
On the basis of fossils discovered in the Littleton area, Billings and others (1934, 1935, 1937) were able to define a stratigraphic sequence for the metavolcanic and metasedimentary rocks of the BHA (Figure 2).
“It was a good opening for the people who wanted to try a slightly different business model, who wanted to do things in a slightly different way,” Bower says.
“And one of those was to start community farmers markets." “In the late 1960s, there was a new wave forming.
Dartmouth College President Phil Hanlon was right to denounce a visiting professor's support for political violence.
Having lost at the ballot box, New Hampshire Democrats are again attempting to rewrite the law through the courts.