News for Wolfeboro, NH and Surrounding Communities

WASR Keeps you up-to-date as the leader in radio news for Central NH and the lakes region.  CBS Radio News reports the day's headlines in World & National events every 30 minutes.  For in-depth news coverage, CLICK the link to the CBS News Website .   

Combined with our local, state and regional news'll be up to date with current events when you listen to WASR.  Our award winning MORNING REPORT is the perfect way to start your day. It's the way people in the community get their local information daily!  Each weekday morning from 6-9am host Gary James brings you the latest news, sports, weather and more...

For global, national and regional news, WASR is affiliated with CBS and AP Newswire. However, WASR is all about COMMUNITY. The MORNING REPORT highlights local events in our Community Calendar, and local interviews with our Talk of the Town and Spreading the News features.

WASR's MID-DAY REPORT runs from noon to 1pm and features are much like that of the Morning Report.

At 5PM DRIVE-TIME... We feature a simulcast of WMUR Channel 9's ... News 9 at 5

Sunday April 20th Christians throughout the world celebrate Easter ...the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. It is typically the most well-attended Sunday service of the year for Christian churches. Sunday morning service times vary, including sunrise services. Contact local churches directly for times and more information.  

Easter is really an entire season of the Christian church year, as opposed to a single-day observance. Lent, the 40-day period leading up to Easter Sunday, is a time of reflection and penance and represents the 40 days that Jesus spent alone in the wilderness before starting his ministry, a time in which Christians believe He survived various temptations. 

The week preceding Easter is called Holy Week and includes Maundy Thursday, which commemorates Jesus' last supper with his disciples; Good Friday, which honors the day of his crucifixion; and Holy Saturday, which focuses on the transition between the crucifixion and resurrection. The 50-day period following Easter Sunday is called Eastertide and includes a celebration of Jesus' ascension into heaven.

Organizations...submit your spring and summer events for listing now.

COMMUNITY CALENDAR - WEEKDAYS is featured on WASR 1420AM as part of the MORNING REPORT and numerous times all day long.  On the WEEKENDS Community Calendar briefs are broadcast many times per day on both Saturday and Sunday.  

WASR's popular COMMUNITY CALENDAR is the area's most comprehensive listing of local events.  It's our way of serving the community, providing a way to find out what is going on today...or months from now.  The listings include community concerts, town meetings, church dinners, recreational activities, movie showings, library happenings and other events as submitted to WASR from local organizations.  

COMMUNITY CALENDAR ONLINE at offers the most detailed information... plus 24/7 access.  Our online version features more details and contact information.  When provided, website links are included.  It's also a great way to follow up on what you heard broadcast on 1420am.  You can even SEARCH FOR EVENTS by entering keywords in the white box on the flag at the top of the page.

SUBMIT YOUR EVENT !  Here's how...

Area towns are voting this Tuesday.  There are elections for offices as well as various articles to be decided.  Information for some area poll times follows:


TUFTONBORO 10am-7pm with a Town Meeting on Wed @ 7:30pm


BROOKFIELD 1pm-6pm followed by a Town Meeting at 8pm

ALTON 7am-7pm

OSSIPEE 8am-7pm

NEW DURHAM 8am-7pm with a Town Meeting on Wed at 7pm.

GILFORD 7am-7pm

MEREDITH 7am-7pm with a Town Meeting on Wed at 7pm

CENTER HARBOR 8am-7pm with a Town Meeting on Wed at 7pm

MOULTONBOROUGH 7am-7pm with a Town Meeting on Sat at 9am

For more information, or for election times in other area communities, 

In our area, and for most states in America, time "springs forward" at 2AM on Sunday, March 9th as daylight savings time begins for 2014.  

A few quick facts regarding DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME:  

Ben Franklin is considered to be the first person to suggest daylight savings, thinking that it would allow for a better use of daylight.  In 1918 a federal law standardized the yearly start and end of daylight savings time for the states that choose to observe it.  The dates and times of daylight savings have varied over the years.  

Most recently The Energy Policy Act of 2005 mandated an extension of it by one month starting in 2007.  While not embraced by all, surveys show that most people enjoy having an extra hour of light in the evening for eight months of the year.  

Time will" fall back" to standard time on Sunday, November 2nd.  

Remember to set your clocks ahead before going to bed on Saturday night. 

CELEBRATE WINTER with a week full of events sponsored by the Wolfeboro Parks and Recreation Department...It's WOLFEBORO WINTER CARNIVAL 2014.  

The week is filled with activities including a winter triathlon, cross country ski dinner, alpine skiing and snowboarding contests, pancake breakfast, ski movie, skating party, a bunch of whacky fun-filled contests, horse-drawn sleigh rides and more.  It's all capped off with a bonfire, torchlight parade and WINTER FIREWORKS!  


Be sure to listen to WASR 1420AM or our 24/7 online stream at for Winter Carnival news and contest results.  

Get out and enjoy the carnival!  

WASR has landed the TOP RATED talk radio show from Dennis Miller.  

The DENNIS MILLER SHOW offers a lighter side to political talk radio infused with comedy and sarcasm. It is now one of the most popular radio-talk shows across the country.  

The show features five-time Emmy award winner and four-time Writers' Guild award winner, Dennis Miller, delivering his unique take on the day's topics with comedy and satire. The 3-hour show also features Miller taking listener calls, as well as interviewing high-profile special guests.  

Miller's program includes serious discussions about American culture, current events, politics, and their place in the global context. The show is infused with Miller's sarcasm, which is often characterized by obscure pop culture references.  Most shows feature three guests (one per hour), mostly from the world of politics and entertainment, as well as calls from listeners.  


Michael Savage is now on WASR.  The NEW  SAVAGE NATION show represents the host’s popularity and tremendous growth in listenership.  The SAVAGE NATION is now one of the TOP TALK SHOWS in America!  WASR is proud to be selected as a radio station to air this program.  The timing for this program availability was great, as Mike Huckabee recently announced that he and his talk show syndicator were not able to come to terms, and he decided that his efforts were better spent in other areas.  Savage Nation is now airing in that time slot, which is WEEKNIGHTS from 7PM  to 10PM.

Michael Savage’s incisive thoughts on politics are augmented by his Defense of American Culture, the Middle Class, Traditional Values and Freedom of Speech. His famous “news, views and reviews” continues to inform and entertain millions of loyal and new listeners nationwide.  Savage is the author of 28 books, including six New York Times bestsellers. He was awarded the coveted Freedom of Speech Award by Talkers Magazine and earned his Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley. Listen to Michael Savage each weekday on WASR 1420AM or streaming at  


The Wolfeboro-Tuftonboro area is fortunate to have many individuals who selflessly do extraordinary things for individuals and for our communities.  Often these efforts remain unheralded except to the beneficiaries. For the 39th consecutive year, the Wolfeboro Lions Club seeks to recognize one of these individuals with its Citizen of the Year Award and is seeking letters of nomination from the public.  

Nominees must have demonstrated “above and beyond” service to the towns of Wolfeboro or Tuftonboro and/or its citizenry.  Furthermore, nominees must have lived in either of the two towns for at least five years and be still alive.  

Letters of nomination must include the nominee’s name, address and a summary of his or her service.  Letters should also


Hear New England's own John Williams twice each weekday during WASR's Morning Report.  John's enthusiastic broadcasts of the Ski and Snowboard Report keep you up to date on the latest mountain conditions and events in New Hampshire and neighboring states.  

For more info at any time, come here to for both ALPINE and NORDIC trail reports, and click this SKI AREA CONDITIONS ANYWHERE link.  

For WOLFEBORO SKI CONDITIONS, use the links below:  

ALPINE - ABENAKI SKI AREA  (with webcam link)  


John Williams also delivers the WASR's  Snowmobile Trail and Activities Report.  His enthusiastic reports keep you up to date on the latest conditions and events in New Hampshire and neighboring states.  

For more info at any time, come here to and click the link to the STATE OF NH SNOWMOBILE TRAIL CONDITIONS.  For  WOLFEBORO SNOWMOBILE CLUB Trail Conditions CLICK HERE.  

Additional New Hampshire snowmobile resources are.....