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Contoocook river region town crier for the week of Feb. 19, 2023
02-17-2023 10:25 AM

BOWSpeech contest■The Bow Rotary’s annual “Rotary Speech Contest” for local high school students is now in progress. The purpose of this contest is to challenge high school students to develop their public-speaking skills and to explore how they make...


Ice the dog safe at home after five days on the lam 
02-14-2023 7:14 PM

By RAY DUCKLER

On the coldest day here in five years, Ellen Raffio felt winter’s bite more than most.She had just gotten home in Bow with her new dog on Saturday Feb. 4 when temperatures were still well below zero. The newly adopted family pet, a powerful,...


Contoocook river region town crier for the week of Feb. 12, 2023
02-14-2023 12:22 PM

BOWSpeech contest■The Bow Rotary’s annual “Rotary Speech Contest” for local high school students is now in progress. Cash prizes are awarded to the top three speakers and the winner is sent on to compete against winners from other clubs in our...


Proposed town and school budgets for Bow show increases of less than 2%
02-10-2023 4:26 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Over the past year, the Bow Fire Department has experienced a number of personnel issues, and the resignations of call members have made it more challenging to fill shifts.A 4.1% increase to the fire department’s proposed budget would add a part-time...


Bow looking to add another police officer
02-08-2023 8:10 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

The town of Bow will hold a public hearing on Thursday to discuss the proposed town and school budgets for the year 2023. The public hearing is an opportunity for residents to weigh in on the budgets before the town meeting in March.The town’s...


Contoocook river region town crier for the week of Feb. 5, 2023
02-07-2023 11:29 AM

BOWScholarship ■A $1,000 Bow Garden Club (BGC) Scholarship is available for a graduating Bow High School (BHS) senior who is pursuing an education in any of the plant sciences. An application may be acquired through the BHS counseling office or by...


Opinion: To permit or not to permit in Bow
02-05-2023 6:30 AM

By LESLIE LUDTKE

Leslie Ludtke of Concord has served as the Public Counsel on several major state permitting projects, including Hydro Quebec and Portland Natural Gas Transmission System. There’s no question that the town of Bow needs better cell phone service. The...


Contoocook river region town crier for the week of Jan. 29, 2023
01-31-2023 10:53 AM

BOWScholarship■The next meeting of Bow Young at Heart is on Feb. 8 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Old Town Hall, 91 Bow Center Rd. Our speaker is Paul Wainwright of NH Humanities Council. He will give a presentation on “New England’s Colonial...


Bow had a very small earthquake Wednesday night
01-27-2023 10:41 AM

A very small earthquake hit Bow this week, but don’t be surprised if you didn’t notice it.The United States Geological Survey says an earthquake with a magnitude of 1.9 was recorded just before midnight Wednesday, with the epicenter in Bow....


Contoocook river region town crier for the week of Jan. 22, 2023
01-24-2023 1:55 PM

BOW Speaker presentations ■Bow Young at Heart on Jan. 25 at 12:30 pm, Old Town Hall, 91 Bow Center Rd., will feature Bruce Treat with a presentation on Maple Sugaring. Bow Young at Heart is a social club open to all residents 55 years of age and older...


Bow residents upset about town’s approach to proposed cell tower
01-18-2023 3:41 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Rob and Kristine Parisien have been residents of Bow for 12 years, living in an eco-friendly home on Branch Londonderry Turnpike East with unimpeded views of nature. The Parisiens moved from Portland, Maine to settle down in a small town away from the...


Contoocook River Region town crier for the week of Jan. 15, 2023
01-17-2023 10:50 AM

BOWBow Young at Heart■Bow Young at Heart meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each month from January to October. Membership is open to everyone 55 and older, everyone is invited to attend meetings and presentations. We meet at the Old Town Hall,...


How New England’s last coal-fired power plant has managed to survive
01-09-2023 8:13 PM

By  SCOTT MERRILL and JILL PATEL

Merrimack Station in Bow, built in the 1960s, is the last coal-fired plant in New England. The plant has a long history of serving the energy needs of New Hampshire residents. But, in recent years, the plant has come under fire by anti-coal groups...


Hometown Heroes: Bow Scoutmaster is always there for his Scouts
01-09-2023 8:10 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Every Tuesday evening, rain or shine, James Weber is there at the Bow Community Center dressed in his tan-colored Scoutmaster uniform. As the Scouts fill the space one by one, he gathers them in a circle and leads the Scouts BSA Troop 75 in a...


Contoocook river region town crier for the week of Jan. 8, 2023
01-06-2023 10:11 AM

DUNBARTONHistorical Society anniversary■Congratulations to the Dunbarton Historical Society, established in 1963, on its 60th anniversary.■The DCC Book Club has a new name, Beyond the Book. This month the club is reading No Time Like the Future by...


FieldHouse Sports in Bow will cease operations as youth athletic complex under new ownership
01-04-2023 7:53 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

FieldHouse Sports in Bow announced that it will conclude operations as an indoor sports complex at the end of the month when its current winter session concludes.“In recent days, an agreement has been finalized which will result in the transfer of the...


Concord man, two officers transported to hospital after I-93 crash in Bow 
01-04-2023 3:00 PM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

A 31-year-old Concord man was transported to the hospital Tuesday morning with minor injuries after losing control of his vehicle and crashing into the back of a state police cruiser on I-93 North in Bow.Police said Michael Dimattia was operating his...


Opinion: A better approach to cell service in Bow
12-31-2022 8:00 AM

By SUSAN MARCOTTE-JENKINS

Susan Marcotte-Jenkins of Bow attended the Monitor’s opinion writing workshop this summer. I’m a Bow resident with nothing personal at stake in the town’s cell tower project except the serious concerns everyone has over Bow’s inadequate cell service.I...


For Bow teachers, building renovations would bring more space, storage and better workflow
12-08-2022 6:40 PM

By EILEEN O’GRADY

Bow Elementary School math specialist Monica Swenson often works with her small groups of students at a table in the school hallway. In the small elementary school building, where finding enough space to hold classes and small group sessions is a...


Massive liquor distribution center in Bow is getting even bigger
12-04-2022 8:30 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Located just off Route 3A, the DHL Bow Distribution Center, a massive 244,000-square-foot warehouse – more than four football fields of space – holds all the alcohol sold in the state’s 67 liquor stores.Sales have been so steady, the distribution...

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