Day: October 21, 2016

Toasted Pumpkin Ale by 603 Brewery

As promised last week, we look at another great pumpkin flavored beer which embodies the spirit of what fall is about. The cooling temperature, the changing colors of foliage, and the time when we look at different changes that effect our lives and the food and beverage choices we make during those times. One cannot

Boyhood Memories-Autumn

  by Robert Hanaford Smith, Sr. Weirs Times Contributing Writer No fair for me, and that was no fair to me. October 12th was Columbus Day. Every year it was Columbus Day, and every year on October 12th Sandwich Fair was held. I couldn’t attend the Sandwich Fair because New Hampton school children were required to

It’s My Party

I was contacted by the folks at the Guinness Book of World Records recently to inform me that I just might be included in their next edition. It seems that this election day will be my eleventh consecutive attempt at running for Governor of New Hampshire and, if I don’t win, I will have officially

Abusers Seek Seats on UN Human Rights Council

by John J. Metzler Weirs Times Contributing Writer UNITED NATIONS -In a quiet but contentious campaign, countries are competing for new openings on the UN’s Human Rights Council. Many of the contenders for membership on the Geneva-based body include the political Who’s Who of authoritarian regimes who are noteworthy abusers of the very human rights