Piermont

Rob Fagnant, a 1994 Woodsvile High graduate and freelance sports videographer, prepares to film a Boston Red Sox documentary at Fenway Park in April 2013. 
Courtesy photograph

The Play’s the Thing — As Is the Replay — for Woodsville’s Fagnant

Monday, March 2, 2015

Not much into sports while growing up, Rob Fagnant instead regularly took to the stage as the lead role in student play productions. Today, the Woodsville High graduate plays a huge role behind the scenes for the New England Patriots and Revolution. Fagnant, 38, is a freelance contractor hired by Kraft Sports Productions, the video production arm of Patriots and Revolution owner Robert Kraft. For every Pats and Revs home game, Fagnant literally calls the shots for Gillette Stadium’s two giant video boards (as well as four smaller ones), coordinating the live images, replays, graphics and data displayed to up to more than 68,700 fans. …

Eleanor Davis Trevithick

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Woodsville, N.H. — Eleanor Davis Trevithick, 96, of Woodsville passed away quietly on Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015, at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville. She was born on May 22, 1918, the daughter of long-time Piermont residents Floyd and Ida Davis. She grew on the River Road in Piermont, N.H. (the place now known as Never Done Farm) with her siblings Ellis, Eric, and Irene, …

Local Roundup: Hanover Girls Answer Cavalier Challenge

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Hollis, n.h. — Hanover High girls basketball coach Dan O’Rourke believes a third meeting with archrival Lebanon — this time in next week’s NHIAA Division II state tournament — could be in the offing. Both the Marauders and Raiders still have a game to play, but Hanover did its part to set up …

H.S. Notebook: Cards’ Desilets Loses Interim Tag

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Claremont — Ivy Desilets has a vision for improving the fate of the Stevens High girls basketball program, and it’s one she’s looking forward to implementing now that she’s been officially given the reins of the team. Desilets …

Starting Them Early

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Jonah Patterson, of Groton, N.H., pitches hay to heifers at Winsome Farm Organics in Piermont last week. Patterson, a ninth-grader, does work at the farm through his school, King Street School in Woodsville, N.H. Students work at the …

Woodsville Still Engineering Success: Injuries Aren’t Interfering With Softball Title Defense

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Woodsville — The Woodsville High softball team’s shortstop is out with a knee injury, and one of its frontline pitchers has a wonky shoulder. Monday, the Engineers squeaked past lowly Littleton, 4-3, during their second-to-last regular-season game, and …

Local Roundup: Hurricanes Storm to Latest Victory

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

White River Junction — Kaitlynn Woodward again stifled the opposition for the Hartford High softball team, tossing a complete game to lead the Hurricanes to an 8-2 victory over visiting Windsor on Monday afternoon. The junior hurler struck …

Local Roundup: Woodstock Lax Rallies Past Patriots

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Bennington, Vt. — Down five entering the fourth quarter, the Woodstock High boys lacrosse team stormed all the way back to beat host Mount Anthony 11-10 in overtime on Haven Lantz’s game-winner. The Wasps (3-2) trailed 10-5 heading …

David E. Perkins

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Piermont, N.H. — David E. Perkins, 52, of River Road in Piermont died Thursday, April 17, 2014, at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H. He was born in Hanover, N.H. on April 28, 1961 the son of Glen and Agnes (Hogdon) Perkins. David had been employed for a …

Unapologetic Piermont Artist, 78, Leaving in Search of Respect, Recognition

Sunday, March 30, 2014

Piermont — In many ways, the former chicken farm on Route 25 has proven a perfect home for self-taught artist Katherine Johnson. She rotates her medium every few months, and the rambling farmhouse has a place for everything …

This Is Spring? Weather Forces High School Teams to Improvise

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

The calendar says spring; the schedule says play ball. Mother Nature says fat chance. Welcome to the spring sports season in the Upper Valley — if you can call it that. Area teams on both sides of the …

It’s Good to Be the King: Raider Is Tops in D-II Girls Hoop

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Lebanon — Having one New Hampshire girls basketball player of the year is nice, but Lebanon High is starting to make a habit out of it. For the second straight winter, a Raider drew enough notice from the …

Scott Brown Stumps in Upper Valley

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Orford — Come Maple Weekend in New Hampshire, Peter Thomson knows he can count on fellow Orford residents Keith and Karen Wertman to help welcome visitors to his Mount Cube Sugar Farm and ring up their purchases of …