Month: February 2018

Coffee Stout by Concord Craft Brewing

  Continuing along with our month-long journey of Stout beers month, we look at another awesome beer that provides so much flavor and enjoyment from our local providers within the state that is is not to be overlooked. The providers of this beer are making major headways into being among the best brewers in the

The Seed of Evil

by Ken Gorrell, Weirs Times Contributing Writer Destroy the seed of evil, or it will grow up to your ruin.  ― Aesop Evil has been with mankind since the beginning. Yet we still seem surprised when it moves out of the shadows and makes its presence known, as it did in Parkland, Florida, last week. Before

Snow’s Great & How Are You?

  by Amy Patenaude Outdoor/Ski Writer Have you noticed how long the days are getting now? With the passing of Valentine’s Day I get into a bit of a panic that the end of winter is drawing near. I don’t want winter fun to stop! Winter officially ends Tuesday, March 20th at 12:16 pm. Eeek

To-Do, or Not-To-Do

by Ken Gorrell, Weirs Times Contributing Writer The new year brought new state laws across the land, new experiments in the “laboratories of democracy.” That phrase, coined by Progressive jurist Louis Brandeis, sounds like a strength of our federal system: Fifty states, implementing laws and regulations that fit each one’s unique circumstances, within the framework

Success!

by Amy Patenaude Outdoor/Ski Writer Sometimes I don’t make the smartest decisions and still everything ends up fine. Danielle and I have been trying to make a winter trip up Mount Success since Christmas. Due to extreme cold temperatures and or a big snowfall we have cancelled our plans four times. But this past Wednesday