Day: September 7, 2016

The Chief, His Daughter & Her Lover

by Robert Hanaford Smith, Sr. Weirs Times Contributing Writer The main characters in more than one native American legend are a powerful tribal chief, his beautiful maiden daughter, and a young, brave chief or warrior from a different tribe. Such is the case concerning the legend of the naming of Lake Winnipesaukee. Some of our readers

Altered Book Art – Art & Recycling Join Forces

By Kimberly J.B. Smith Contributing Writer   Having taught art to all ages for decades, I have dabbled in just about every art medium that exists. Then came the idea of altering discarded books – along with a deluge of “how to” books on the subject. It seemed interesting enough so I gave it a

Why Bother?

By this time next week I will know who all my opponents will be for the November 8th election for Governor of New Hampshire. When you get your ballot there will be a lot of names of people running for governor you won’t recognize, but you really won’t notice since you, like most everyone else,