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New Hampshire Route 26 crosses Colebrook from east to west, briefly overlapping U. Some were distilled into “potato whiskey. The Monadnock House, built in the late s, burned in and was replaced with a new structure that had 70 guest rooms.

Retrieved October 27, Construction began on Lombard’s Hill, but a violent windstorm in April destroyed the frame, and investors abandoned the project.

Colebrook, New Hampshire

Location in Coos CountyNew Hampshire. And I don’t think that flow of information is any more in jeopardy than writing was when it went from typewriters to computers. Adams in”approximately one third of the potato starch in the state. Colebrook town, Coos County, New Newxpaper.

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For every females age 18 and over, there were The earliest was the Colebrook House, originally a large private home that was converted to an inn in the s.

The first chrohicle maker was the Loomis kiln, located north of the current village approximately where the IGA grocery store now stands. Three large hotels were built in Colebrook in the mid s. Census Bureau, American Factfinder. There were 1, housing units, of whichor The resort’s golf course is located on land in Colebrook that overlooks the notch and the hotel.

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Minor Civil Divisions — New Hampshire”. At its peak, the town was producing, according to James O. Donna Jordan with the most recent edition.

Colebrook is the hub of northern Coos County, and is the largest town by population north of the county seat of Lancaster. Like a busy farm, they all do what needs to be done. Jordan has been writing and editing magazines most of of his professional life. This section needs additional citations for verification. Oh, here’s a sports theme, here’s a breaking news theme. Route 3 with New Hampshire Route An Activities Guide for Teachers.

Serial killer Christopher Wilder ‘s nationwide murder spree ended at a Colebrook gas station on April 13,when two New Hampshire state troopers attempted to apprehend him, but in a scuffle Wilder shot and killed himself as well as seriously wounding one of the troopers. November Learn how and when to remove this template message. The days when paperboys tossed folded pulp into the rhododendrons in the early morning hours may be over.

Tourism has been a growing component of Colebrook’s economy since the 19th century. The main village of the town, where 1, people resided at the census, [1] is defined as the Colebrook census-designated place CDPand is located at the junction of U.

In the town, Retrieved November 8, Retrieved June 4, While the Chronicle may be here for the long term, what a paper actually is may never stop changing. But from their old schoolhouse, midway between the equator and the North Pole, the Jordans have found a new good way to sling the modern newspaper.

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Donna Jordan thinks the paper will shift increasingly online.

Merrill bought land in Factory Village along the Mohawk River to build a starch mill, originally with tons capacity.

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Charlie Jordan outside his home and the Colebrook Chronicle office. Tommy Jordan is Articles with short description Coordinates on Wikidata Articles needing cokebrook references from November All articles needing additional references Commons category link is on Wikidata.

Called the Metallak after Native American chief Metallakthe imposing Victorian structure was designed by architect John Calvin Stevensand intended to attract tourists arriving by railroad to escape the summer heat and pollution in big cities. It was incorporated June 11, Everyone on the Chronicle is a reporter, photographer, paperboy, or potential anything.

According to chroniccle United States Census Bureauthe town has a total area of Abundant regional forests helped Colebrook become a lumbering center, with the first sawmill established at Beaver Brook in I like to tell the story of small-town New England. Water Use in New Hampshire: The area was noted for excellent farming soil.