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Former BDS editor Lois Alger dies

MILAN – Lois Alger, a long time reporter and editor for various North Country publications, died Tuesday.Alger was the first managing editor for the Berlin Daily Sun, and along with Rose Dodge, helped to get the newspaper established in the Androscoggin Valley.Alger began her career in journalism writing a column 'Funny Farm' for the Berlin Reporter during the seventies and eventually became a full-time reporter/photographer and then editor for the weekly. One of her colleagues... Read more

Opinion

Ithaca Bound: Tidying Up the End of September

First, a correction and an apology. An alert reader of last week's column quickly spotted a factual mistake I made and graciously sent along an email correcting my misstatement. I said that Mount Washington is the highest peak east of the Mississippi River. Mount Washington is the highest peak in the northeastern part of our country. But, as my reader pointed out, North Carolina's Mount Mitchell is the highest peak east of the Mississippi River,... Read more

Sports

Holmes and Gralenski lift Huskies over Mohawks in double overtime 1-0

GORHAM--Freshman Delaney Holmes ran onto a long goal kick by team mate Lauren Gralenski, and sent her left footed shot into the goal giving the Lady Huskies a thrilling 1-0 double overtime win over the Colebrook Mohawks in Gorham, Friday. The win elevated Gorham to a (5-3-1) record while the... Read more

Business

2014 Truman Dinner Oct. 4

The Coos County Democratic Committee announces its 2014 Truman Dinner, to be held Saturday, October ... Read more

Obituaries

Louise Mary (Villeneuve) Dupuis

  BERLIN--Louise Mary (Villeneuve) Dupuis died peacefully at Coos County Nursing Home in Berli... Read more

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