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THE WEIRS TIMES & THE COCHECO TIMES, Thursday, December 29, 2011


upstairs bedroom proved very balky. It took multiple efforts earlier in the heat- ing season to get it shut and then on the night that we had electricity and heat, we couldn’t get it to open! As a result, Malzy spent a chilly night. But Terry Biehl, God’s answer to all heating problems known to man has now fixed Malzy’s baseboard’s vent so that a


child (or Malzy or his fa- ther) can now operate it. Christmas will have come


and gone by the time you read this. I hope each of my Weirs Times readers (even Doug from Moult- onborough) have a nice Christmas with those you love and with those who love you. Let’s plan to reconvene here and go Rambling Through History


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again, after the holidays. Note: The author, Mal


Fuller, hopes to recover his health sufficiently to once again be available to provide the electrical resto- ration of your vintage tube- type radio. Mal’s phone number is (603) 569-1946. Mal’s E-mail address is: ra- diodoc@metrocast.net.


Introducing The Cocheco Times: A New Seacoast Edition of The Weirs Times


For the past twenty years the Weirs Times has been New Hampshire’s favorite free weekly publication.


From the Lakes Region to Concord to the seacoast, we have been providing our 60,000 plus readers (as verified in an independent audit) with the best in New Hampshire’s good news, history and happenings.


We’ve also been providing our advertisers with a potential customer base that is clearly one of the largest among New Hampshire publications.


This past year saw our newest publication, The Cocheco Times, introduced to our


readers along the Cocheco River and the seacoast. The Cocheco Times has all the same great features and advertisements that


Here’s a photo that Audrey sent of her Amana wringer washer. The wringer’s rollers have lost their will power and Audrey is trying to secure replacements for them. That could prove to be a problem.


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about $5,700 at that time! That’s more money than many people, including myself, can afford. I hope our outage will remain a fluke. By the time this arti-


cle reaches newsstands, Christmas will have come and gone. If Malzy’s and my plans go more smooth- ly than they did around the Thanksgiving holiday, Malzy will arrive on the Friday before Christmas. His transportation this time will be provided by his friend Betsy. Betsy is a real gem for sure to go way out of her way to give Malzy a ride home for Christmas and back to his new digs in Keene during the week fol- lowing Christmas. We look forward to a memorable time with each other; com- plete this time it is hoped, with electricity! Diablo of course is ecstatic, but hopes the house is warmer this time! On the topic of heat, I


am, like everyone else, do- ing everything I can think of to keep my fuel oil con-


sumption to a minimum. The heat in our house is divided into two zones, each with its own program- mable thermostat. One zone is the entire first floor and the other zone is the entire second floor. There are two rooms upstairs (one is Malzy’s bedroom) that do not require heat most of the time. Likewise, Malzy’s old office is in the downstairs zone, but it doesn’t require heat dur- ing his absence. All of the baseboard radiation in the house is included in one of three hot water loops. The supply of hot water must flow through each of these loops in order for it to be available to heat the occu- pied rooms of the house. Therefore, the only way


to limit the heat dissipated in the unused rooms is to close the vent that runs along the length of the top of the baseboard radiation. Closing that vent is pretty effective. Malzy’s old office is pretty chilly now that those vents are shut. How- ever, the vent in the base- board radiation in Malzy’s


readers love about The Weirs Times, with more focus on the Seacoast Region. So, if you love The Weirs Times you’re going to love The Cocheco Times too!!


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Lake Winnipesaukee Museum curator, Lynda LaFlamme, holds a copy of the 1936 200th Anniversary celebration booklet on Aquedoctan, the first settlement in the Weirs in 1736.


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1936, the City of Laco- nia celebrated the 200th Anniversary of the first settlement at Aquedoc- tan in the Weirs in 1736. The following article by Arthur H. Nighswander, Esq., is part of a special booklet that was pub- lished to commemorate


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the occasion. We have also included some of the ads from the booklet. The booklet itself is on display at the Lake Win- nipesaukee Museum on Rte. 3 in The Weirs, and is open Wed - Sat, from 10am-2pm.


In 1652 when the first


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white man gazed upon this region he must have seen an unbroken wilder- ness, without any signs of cultivation or civiliza- tion with the exception of a settlement of very friendly Penacook In- dians, members of the Abenaqui tribe, at the outlet of the Winnipe-


saukee Lake. The Indi- ans called this village, Aquedoctan. It might be said that, as the Indians had no alphabet, early settlers wrote down what they thought they heard spoken, which accounts for the many different spellings and interpre- See AQUEDOCTAN on 10


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Shop. The only restaurant in New Hampshire to serve their own dry-aged beef. COURTESY PHOTO


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THE WEIRS TIMES & THE COCHECO TIMES, Thursday, June 16, 2011 VOLUME 20, NO. 24


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DOVER RESTAURANT DEFINITELY ONE OF A KIND


by Brendan Smith Weirs Times Editor


Tucked away in the city


of Dover, New Hampshire, sits the only restaurant in New Hampshire that serves its own dry-aged beef. Chris “Koz” Kozlowski, owner and head chef of the Orchard Street Chop Shop, is a well-travelled and educated food and wine expert. Originally from Moultonborough,


New Hampshi re, he learned his craft at the prestigious Culinary In- stitute of America in New York and travelled the country perfecting his knowledge of food and wine before coming back to the Granite State and opening shop in Dover or as Koz calls it: “a quaint little forgotten city near Portsmouth.” “We’ve been doing our own dry-aged beef now for


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