WASR MISSION STATEMENT : COMMUNITY MATTERS
At WASR, we believe that community matters. As an independently owned and operated radio station, we are committed to the well-being of the community in which we live and work.
Our Mission is to help cultivate our local community by bringing together the diverse individuals and organizations that make New Hampshire so vibrant.
Our Mission drives our approach to programming:
We provide information, entertainment, and inspiration aimed at connecting our community members through inclusive programming that offers:
- Balanced perspectives and accurate information on local issues.
- Engaging musical playlists from a wide range of genres.
- Unique voices and stories of the people living and working in New Hampshire.
- Opportunities to give back to our community.
Our Mission drives our approach to Community Relationships:
We believe in serving those that serve us, and so we are committed to supporting our veterans, our local charitable organizations, and our elder community through our programming, events, and online resources.
We believe that when our community learns, so do we, and so we are committed to developing educational experiences for area students.
We believe that when our community flourishes, so do we, and so we are committed to helping independently owned businesses succeed through our community-focused approach to advertising.
We believe that when our community has fun, so do we, and so we are committed to covering the cultural and entertainment events that enrich our community throughout the year.
You can help drive our Mission:
Listen to us. Visit us online. Let us know what you think of what you hear… and what else you’d like to hear. Tell us your ideas for ways WASR can help our community.
In Depth NH News
Andrew Butler of Hollis: ‘I do appreciate all the support’
His supporters are planning on Thursday to walk the two miles from the state prison to the State House to the U.S. District Court on Pleasant Street in Concord to "Free Andrew," a walk sponsored by human rights advocates.
‘Pilgrimage’ for Andrew Butler From Prison to Federal Court Set For Thursday in Concord
CONCORD --- Supporters are holding a walk from the state prison in Concord to the federal courthouse for Andrew Butler of Hollis and other prisoners at the Secure Psychiatric Unit of the men's prison on Thursday starting at 9 a.m., according to an American Friends Service Committee news release.
NH Regulators Will Reconsider Decision To Deny Northern Pass on Thursday
CONCORD — State utility regulators will decide Thursday if they made a mistake denying Northern Pass’s application for a 192-mile, $1.6 billion, high-voltage transmission line from Pittsburg to Deerfield.
Supreme Court: PUC Wrong To Reject Eversource’s Proposed Natural Gas Agreement
CONCORD — The state Supreme Court Tuesday determined state utility regulators erred in rejecting Eversource’s proposed 20-year agreement to reserve natural gas capacity on a proposed pipeline.