Day: November 18, 2015


Well, it just keeps getting better here in New Hampshire these days. Fall is fading quickly and we are headed into that long winter hibernation. But with each passing day, we await a new treat from our local breweries. This is the season (as stated before), to try bold and interesting brew creations. And with

The Regal Cardinal

As one of the most recognized songbirds in North America, the cardinals are also known for many virtues. They are one of the few wild birds that are monogamous throughout the year. They assist in pest control by feeding on destructive insects such as potato beetles, cotton boil weevils and cucumber beetles. Their natural diet


 by Mike Moffett  Weirs Times Columnist MISSOURI MACHINATIONS NEWS ITEM — University of Missouri president Tim Wolfe recently resigned in the face of growing protests by African-American students, the threat of a walkout by faculty, and a strike by football players who said his administration failed to combat campus racism.

Obama’s Keystone Pipedream

by John J. Metzler Weirs Times Contributing Writer UNITED NATIONS—President Barack Obama has cancelled the Keystone XL, ending a seven year saga in which the pipeline from Alberta, Canada would have provided 800,000 barrels of oil to the USA on a daily basis. By scuttling the controversial deal which has been part of an on