Day: September 2, 2015

Ora Henniker Brewing Company

One can only appreciate true craft-brewed beer when it is something special and the consumer is wowed by it, bringing their focused attention to the partaking of an awesome moment in time. These times can be few and far between moments, but thankfully we live in NH where there are a TON of really great

Caption Contest Photo #558

Send your best caption to within 2 weeks of posting date… (Include the photo#, your name, and town of residence). Or you can mail it to “Caption Contest, The Weirs Times, P.O. Box 5458, Weirs, NH 03247″ or fax it to 603-366-7301. Some of our past winning captions…

You Big Bully

Every now and then a survey or scientific study arrives in our mailbox that requires a comment. This is one of those times. A new study has determined that birds that are abused during the maturation stage are very likely to become bullies as adults, similar to studies done relating to humans. (I can only

Words To Live By

This time of year is always exciting for people like me. No, it’s not just 6’2″ bald men approaching sixty (thought some of them might be excited) who love this time of year, but others as well. You see, in this world which seems to get a little crazier and dangerous by the day, there


 by Mike Moffett  Weirs Times Columnist New Hampshire defeated Vermont 27-12 in this year’s Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl All-Star Football Game before a big crowd at Castleton State College. It was N.H.’s 15th straight triumph in the one-sided series and it got me thinking about All-Star games—to include the good, the bad, and the ugly

China Blues

by John J. Metzler Weirs Times Contributing Writer New York—The reverberations of China’s economic jolt are being felt worldwide from New York, to London, Frankfurt and Tokyo. It’s the fear of a slowdown in the once- supercharged Chinese economy which has sent the country’s Shanghai Index market into a tailspin down over 20 percent in