Hello, friends! Paula Constance here with your fresh copy of the Bedford Daily, filled with everything that's happening in Bedford. Today we have these stories and more:Will World Junior Championship coach bring in U.S. gold?The Bedford Public Library is open today!Watch live hockey action tonight on BCTV.Check your flight! Southwest hard hit by storm delays.
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Times of clouds and sun. High: 33 Low: 21.
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Here are the top stories in Bedford today: A shout out to Quinnipiac head coach Rand Pecknold of Bedford, N.H., tasked with bringing in the gold for the American World Junior Championship team. "He’s the bench boss for 25 players" who have traveled to Moncton, New Brunswick for the 2023 IIHF World Junior Championship. The first game Monday night against Latvia (ET, NHL Network). (New England Hockey Journal)\The Library is open today, Tuesday, following the holiday weekend. Stop by to see new materials! Registration is open for Discovery Club Jan. 5 to Feb 16 for ages 5 to 7 on Thursdays at 4 p.m. Registration is also open to for the January session of The Next Chapter for ages 6 to 8, where you can "listen to a chapter book over the course of 3 weeks while improving listening and comprehension skills." Register and find out more here: (Bedford (NH) Public Library via Facebook)Tune in to Bedford Community Television tonight for live ice hockey action! The BCTV crew will be covering the Brian Stone Memorial Ice Hockey Christmas Tournament tonight on Channels 23 & HD1072. Also on WBNH 105-1, tune in for BHS Girl's Varsity Hockey vs. Trinity at 6 p.m. Find out more here: (Bedford (NH) Community Television via Facebook)If family or friends are flying Southwest from the Manchester-Boston regional airport, be sure to check flights and flight schedules before heading to the airport for delays." The headaches and "weather travel mess" from the weekend winter storm is lingering into this week, and was of "migraine" proportions for Southwest Airlines CEO Bob Jordan and its "frustrated passengers." Southwest had 3,700 flights canceled Monday, with more than 6,400 flight delays, disrupting travel schedules early this week. (CNN)
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