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Patch family offers public trails in pitch to end dispute over city rights of way
04-30-2024 6:00 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — A new proposal from the owners of Patch Orchards would create two public recreation trails across their property, if the city agrees to discontinue public access on other rights of way that the farm says interferes with its maple syrup...

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On the Trails: Upper Valley Trails Alliance still growing strong at 25
05-31-2024 10:01 AM

By RUSSELL HIRSCHLER

Imagine it’s February 1999. Some Upper Valley residents are sharing top songs on Napster (if they can find a reliable internet connection), some have started to worry about the end of the world due to the impending Y2K computer crash, and about 50...


On the trails: Upper Valley a fertile locale for nonprofit organizations
03-29-2024 10:18 AM

By KAITIE EDDINGTON

Have you ever wondered how a nonprofit organization comes to be ... or why? A nonprofit organization is a legal entity organized for a collective, public or social benefit — most often created to meet community needs that are not already covered by...


On the Trails: The healing power of the great outdoors
02-28-2024 5:00 PM

By RANDY RICHARDSON

A good friend once pointed out to me that we never seem to refer to the “great indoors.” Two major surgeries in recent months have powerfully reminded me of just how much my mental and physical health are dependent on being active in the great...


Unprecedented summer rains thwart group’s work improving paths
11-15-2023 11:39 AM

By VIVA GOETZE

As I pursue my degree in Environmental Science at Colby College, I sometimes struggle waking up to lessons about the “wicked problem” of climate change — a crisis that cannot be solved with simple solutions.The reality that our climate and human...


Labor of love
10-25-2023 10:44 AM


Fingers pointing over River Park trail closure following dining car dispute
09-20-2023 8:36 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — The recent closure of trails in River Park by developers has resulted in confusion and conflicting explanations over the reason for the shutdown — where the developers attribute the closure to the city, while city staff assert the trails...


On the Trails: Teens tackle trail work in soggy summer
09-19-2023 10:28 AM

By RANDY RICHARDSON

As the summer of 2023 comes to an end, it is leaving many of us with potent and lasting impressions, from the traumatic to the inspirational.Constant rain and flooding in July were life-changing events in many instances, making it strangely validating...


Council rejects proposed solution to Lebanon trail dispute
08-17-2023 6:21 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — The City Council has rejected a proposed settlement to an ongoing dispute between the city and owners of a family farm over the status of recreation trails that cross the family’s property.Under the settlement, the city would have...


Lebanon farm pitches new trail to end dispute with city
07-20-2023 11:27 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — Owners of a family farm in the city have proposed creating a new public recreation trail through the property if the city agrees to discontinue public access on four other rights of way that the farm says are interfering with it maple syrup...


Skiing free on the Hartland Winter Trails
03-17-2023 5:59 PM


Cross purposes
03-07-2023 5:45 PM


On the Trails: Here’s mud on your hiking boots
03-02-2023 1:38 PM

By KAITIE EDDINGTON

So far, this winter is not what I have come to expect of the season in New England. The snowstorms have been sporadic, and the temperatures are unseasonably warm.The back-to-back freezes and melts have turned parking lots into skate rinks. On many...

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