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Several years ago, Mike and Kim Botan of Hudson began blogging about their latest adventures on their website, www.Ride2Adv.com, and earlier this month, Mike Botan released his first book,

Motorcycling Hudson couple sees the world with only the vaguest of itineraries

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In their mission to make the world a smaller place, a Hudson couple shifted their motorcycle travels into full gear and proceeded to make lots of new friends along the way.

Participants in the third annual “Street Cred” event at Loon Mountain show their stuff on Sunday in an effort to impress judges who could immediately extend cash bonuses to riders for unique tricks

Loon Boosts Street Cred With Snowboarders

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Loon Mountain offered a specially-designed “urban” course for snowboarders this weekend..

Transportation

NH Senate Roundup: Marijuana penalties to remain the same in Granite State

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Senate refuses to take four bills passed by the House because they were killed last session.

Gas tax vote poses challenge for Merrimack lawmakers and eliminating local toll

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Merrimack state representatives are facing an interesting dilemma on whether to support a gas tax bill that would eliminate a toll in town.

Travel and Leisure

The quaint covered bridge in Jackson is welcoming to cross country skiers at Jackson Ski Touring.

Jackson Ski Touring makes top U.S. skiing list

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Ski Trax Magazine writer Marty Hall thinks Jackson Ski Touring Center is tops, and has named it to his list of "Favorite Skiing Sites." The February/March 2014 issue announced the good news.

Ski area manager says ACA may cut season short

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Owners of some small New Hampshire businesses said at a forum Thursday that paperwork and expense are threatening the economic platforms on which their companies are built — to the point that...

House passes bill honoring Ray Burton

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Bill to name scenic overlook and visitors center for Burton goes to governor's desk.

House committees approve gas tax increase

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The 4.2-cent gas tax increase is one step closer to showing up on gas pumps July 1.

Legislative committees move 4.2-cent-per-gallon gas tax increase closer to reality

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Committees vote down proposed Republican changes to the bill before six Republicans joined Democrats in support.

Revenue sharing offered in attempt to bring expanded gambling to NH

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Latest gambling proposal would restore revenue sharing with cities and towns.

Business groups tell lawmakers they support gas tax hike

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CONCORD – Business groups, construction organizations and the New Hampshire Municipal Association turned out to support a bill that would increase the state gas tax from 18 to 22.2 cents July 1.

Michael Kline, the founder of the Be Kind Fest, shares a light moment with Sandy Ruka, the executive director of the Visiting Nurse Home Care and Hospice of Carroll County, at the group's offices in Conway.

Be Kind Fest organizers hope small acts lead to big results

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The organizers of the upcoming Be Kind Fest are dealing with a delightful paradox: while acknowledging that the world won't be transformed as a result of the event, they nonetheless as firmly believe...

The Pepperpass, the world's first cog locomotive, sits on display at the Mount Washington Cog Railway's Marshfield Station.

Cog Railway eyes making, selling locomotives

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Coming off two consecutive record-breaking seasons, the Mount Washington Cog Railway this month is poised to begin seeking a third milestone, with its owners hoping to attract 90,000 passengers in...

Extreme Mount Washington, which will replace the Mount Washington Museum, will open atop the Northeast's biggest mountain in May.

Big doings at the Northeast's biggest mountain, events-wise and weather-wise

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It already boasts the most-visited museum and one of the most-popular websites in New Hampshire and soon the Mount Washington Observatory will significantly revamp and improve both to better share...

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