Roger Aldrich http://nhpr.org en A Postcard As New Hampshire's Newest Town Turns Fifty http://nhpr.org/post/postcard-new-hampshires-newest-town-turns-fifty <p>Fifty years ago this summer New Hampshire got its newest town, but only after a fight to secede from a neighboring town.</p><p>NHPR’s Chris Jensen sends this postcard from Sugar Hill in the North Country.</p><p>The town of Sugar Hill is perhaps best known for elegant homes and views, the home of the first organized ski school in the United States and its fight to keep its post office open.</p><p>Originally the hill settlement was part of Lisbon, which was clustered about eight miles away along the banks of the Ammonoosuc River.</p> Wed, 29 Aug 2012 21:00:00 +0000 Chris Jensen 11868 at http://nhpr.org A Postcard As New Hampshire's Newest Town Turns Fifty