LOCAL NEWS

CLAREMONT — The popular Mexican inspired eatery Rocky’s Taqueria has announced they will be closing within the month. No specific date has been set but restaurant proprietor, and Claremont native, Rocky Beliveau stated that he will be shutting down at the end of September when they have full…

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CLAREMONT — MacGlaflin Farm has been named New Hampshire Dairy Farm of the Year, and has received the 2022 Green Pasture Award.

CLAREMONT — The Claremont City Council has voted Spencer Batchelder in as the newest member.

CLAREMONT — The Claremont City Council has made preliminary steps in regard to toppling the Sullivan tower smokestack.

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WINDSOR, Vt. — The Yellow Jackets moved above the .500 mark on the season with their second straight shutout as Sophia Rockwood stood firm in net for Windsor during th… Read more

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FAIR HAVEN, Vt. — There isn’t much that Fair Haven senior Brittney Love hasn’t seen on a soccer pitch. She always knows which runs to make, finds the right pass and pu… Read more

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CLAREMONT — It’s Championship Night 2022 this Saturday at Claremont Motorsports Park with the 75-year-old speedplant’s six divisional championships to be decided on a … Read more

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ROCKINGHAM, Vt. — On Wednesday, May 11, at 7 p.m., join Dr. Michael J. Fuller for a conversation about the meanings of petroglyphs created around the world, while referencing a local site: the petroglyphs at the Great Falls in present-day Bellows Falls, known to the Abenaki as Kchi Ponteku, … Read more

REGIONAL NEWS

CLAREMONT- ServiceLink has recently relocated their offices to 3 Tremont Street in Claremont.

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A recent New York Times article stated that President Biden tells his staff, when discussing weapons shipments to Ukraine, that he’s trying to avoid World War III. His strategy is to slowly and incrementally ship to Ukraine ever more dangerous and powerful weapons believing if the U.S. shipp… Read more

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When you buy produce, you might assume that it is farmed and harvested with minimal standards of justice, or it wouldn’t be legal to sell in grocery stores all across America. But farmworkers in the most productive valley in the US have a request. Read more

OUR COLUMNISTS

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Having health insurance saves you money on your medical bills. Usually. But not all the time. Sometimes having insurance increases how much you owe.

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With the newscast full of mourning, vigils and a funeral after the death of Queen Elizabeth II of England, I can’t help but think of my mum. She may not have been legitimate royalty, but she was truly the matriarch of the family and a queen to all of us who loved her. When her husband Prince…

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Computer scams: part three of a four-part series examines some of the most common internet scams in play today. The computer service imposter scam arrives by email and can appear in a couple “flavors:” 1) There is a virus on your computer! An email to you, and thousands of others, claims to …

Lifestyles

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With the newscast full of mourning, vigils and a funeral after the death of Queen Elizabeth II of England, I can’t help but think of my mum. She may not have been legitimate royalty, but she was truly the matriarch of the family and a queen to all of us who loved her. When her husband Prince… Read more

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When a bird is called “crow-sized,” it can imply a certain runtiness. The broad-winged hawk is small compared to a red-tailed or a red-shouldered hawk. The green heron is about as small as herons get. But a crow-sized woodpecker? That sounds like a big woodpecker. Read more

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A student plopped a leaf on my desk, pointed to several green lumps on its underside, and asked, “What are those green growths?” It was a stump-the-professor moment, and in this case, I was indeed stumped. The growths certainly seemed to be galls of some sort. But which ones? Read more

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Many gardeners go to the plant nurseries in June and buy things in bloom for their gardens – and rarely go back until the next year. But that means that now, as summer winds down, they have few flowers in bloom. Not me. I buy perennials in all seasons. Fall flowers are important not only for… Read more