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Mar 01, 2011
12:00 AM
Ball & Chain

Help! My good friend has a drug problem

Dear Casper and Bill,I just discovered that a close friend of mine, who I've had a crush on for years, has a serious drug problem.He smokes pot almost every day, and I think he does it before school. Lately he's been really out of it and I don't know whether to confront him about his drug use.I imagine he'd be pretty defensive if I brought it up to him, and I don't…

Mar 01, 2011
12:00 AM
Bulletin Board

Applying for school

Merrimack Valley High School will present "A College Overview for Juniors and their Parents" on March 1 at 6:30 p.m. Applying for college admission - and financial aid - can be overwhelming. There are applications to be completed, deadlines to meet, essays to write, award letters to be interpreted and complex language to understand. This evening session is intended to educate the high school junior and his/her family about the college admission and financial aid processes. Topics to be discussed include: the qualifications colleges are looking for, questions to ask on a college tour, college essay…

Mar 01, 2011
12:00 AM
Bulletin Board

Student artists

Concord School District artists and art teachers are working hard to prepare for the annual Youth Art Month Exhibit at the Steeplegate Mall. The opening reception is planned for March 10 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. A selection of art work from students in grades one through twelve will be on display through March 30. All Concord schools will be represented at this show. Please come enjoy the outpouring of creativity from Concord's youth!

Mar 01, 2011
12:00 AM

This Week in Concord History

• March 1, 1923: Two Concord newspapers, the Evening Monitor and the New Hampshire Patriot, merge. They will operate as the Concord Daily Monitor and New Hampshire Patriot under Editor James M. Langley, Dartmouth graduate and World War I veteran. Circulation by the mid-'20s will exceed 5,000.March 1, 1930: The Granite Monthly reports on a special session of the Legislature which apparently accomplished little. "The proposed income tax was the rock on which the session crashed. The income tax was never popular, although it passed the House. .  .  . A variety of reasons accounted for that…

Mar 01, 2011
12:00 AM
Bulletin Board

Garden symposium

The New Hampshire Master Gardener Association and UNH Cooperative Extension presents Welcome Spring '11. This full-day gardening symposium will be held on March 19 at the Grappone Center, 70 Constitution Ave. The symposium, entitled Begin with the Basics, Finish with a Flourish will provide attendees with the opportunity to select three workshops from a menu of nine presentations that will be given throughout the day by expert presenters. The keynote speaker will be Gordon Hayward, a nationally recognized garden designer, lecturer and writer for Horticulture Magazine and contributing editor at…

Mar 01, 2011
12:00 AM
Bulletin Board

Going blind

The Concord Lions Club, in partnership with the New Hampshire Association for the Blind and the New Hampshire Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons is pleased to bring a second screening of "Going Blind: The Movie" on March 7 at 5:30 p.m.This film is a hopeful look at the world of vision loss and blindness by award-winning producer/director, Joseph Lovett. A panel discussion will follow to answer questions about sight preservation, sight loss and coping skills. Admission is free, but seating is limited so call Red River Theatres at 224-4697, ext. 13 to reserve your seat today.

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