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Fryeburg softball team caps perfect season with state title. Page 14 TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 2011 DOGGIE POOLS now open during Saturday Morning Doggie Playgroups! 11am-1pm VOL. 23 NO. 106 CONWAY, N.H. Boat hits canoe on Silver Lake No serious injuries Not Your Average Pet Supply Store... BY DAYMOND STEER • Pet’s Welcome! • Doggie Ice Cream • Visit our Pet Bakery! • Doggie Backpacks, Lifejackets, Water Toys, & More! • Lupine Guaranteed Collars & Leads and Pet ID Tags! • Full Line of Pet Supplies • Puppy Playgroups & Doggie Pool Fun! • Frontline and NEW Advantix 2 for flea & tick protection! THE CONWAY DAILY SUN MADISON — A motorboat collided with a canoe on Silver Lake on Saturday. No one was seriously hurt in the accident but the canoeists were ejected into the water. The accident occurred at around 3:20 p.m. off the west shore of Silver Lake, according to the New Hampshire Marine Patrol, which investigated the see CANOE page 8 MT. WASHINGTON VALLEY’S DAILY NEWSPAPER 356-3456 FREE Tamworth selectman muzzles CMI lawyer Farnum threatens to have lawyer removed from meeting BY DAYMOND STEER THE CONWAY DAILY SUN TAMWORTH — A lawyer for Club Motorsports Inc. was nearly thrown out of last week's selectmen's meeting for attempting to speak. CMI was there to address a report that accused the organization of repeatedly violating the town's wetlands ordinance. The report by soil scientist Gregory Howard alleges CMI violated the town's wetlands ordinance seven times in the pursuit of constructing a driving-themed country club. According to Howard, any construction activity in a 25-foot buffer from wetlands and water bodies was supposed to require a special-use permit from the town. His reports said CMI didn't have a permit but was disturbing the area inside what he considers to be the buffer. see CMI page 10 Rt. 16, N. Conway, NH 603-356-7297 Now you can find us on... The Conway Daily Sun Watch for up-to-the-minute breaking news, local photos, community events and much more! And you can share your comments and concerns with us and the rest of our ‘fans’. Thumbs up Patrick Connors shows off his diploma as he and 183 fellow Kennett High seniors graduate in the school’s gym Saturday. Rain in the morning forced the ceremony inside but graduates made the best of it with speeches; songs from the select choirs and symphonic band; and the latest tradition of passing around beach balls. Connors switched caps with fellow student Monique Cormier, and many other students wrote or drew pictures on the tops. More photos, page 9. (JAMIE GEMMITI PHOTO) Injured Cathedral Ledge climber rescued after hanging from rope 250 feet up BY ERIK EISELE THE CONWAY DAILY SUN 603-356-3456 CONWAY — A Massachusetts man spent a night in the hospital after he broke his leg rock climbing on Cathedral Ledge on Sunday. He had to be rescued from a face 250 feet up. Mark Gallagher, a 48-year-old engineer from Topsfield, Mass., was climbing Recompense, a classic route up the center of the cliff, when he fell, hit a ledge and suffered a compound fracture of his lower left leg. Gallagher had climbed Recompense several times before, he said, and he knew he was heading into the most difficult moves on the climb. see CLIMBER page 12

The Conway Daily Sun, Tuesday, June 21, 2011

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