Day: September 14, 2016

The End, Or Is It?

by Tim Moore Contributing Writer Labor Day signifies the end of summer. Schools are back in session, summer homes get closed for the season, and vacation time has been used up. It’s a depressing time for many, but not for me. After sweating it out through the month of August, one of the hottest on

A President Visits The “North Country”

by Robert Hanaford Smith, Sr. Weirs Times Contributing Writer When the President of the United States takes a vacation it is bound to arouse the curiosity of the people of the country, and when his destination is the State of New Hampshire, you can be sure it won’t go unnoticed by its citizens. President Warren Harding

The Back To School Edition

by Ken Gorrell, Weirs Times Contributing Writer You could almost hear the sighs of relief across the state these last couple of weeks as parents sent their children back to school. It’s been an annual late-summer ritual for longer than any of us can remember. And like most rituals, it’s an activity few think much

Tom Brady Vs. Hillary

 by Mike Moffett Weirs Times Columnist Though the presidential campaign is heading down the home stretch, a distressing number of New Englanders can’t name Hillary Clinton’s or Donald Trump’s back-ups (vice-presidential picks). But football fans throughout the region know that Jimmy Garoppolo is Tom Brady’s back-up. Jimmy G is starting the first four games of