Yearly Archives: 2012

Springfield Icon Dies

Springfield VT Icon Dies Edgar May, a Springfield VT Icon, Pulitzer Prize Winner, and Ex-State Senator died on Thursday at his winter home in Tuscan AZ after suffering a stroke 3 weeks ago. During his Newspaper days, May won a

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More Details on Hassan’s Inaugural Ceremony

New Hampshire Governor Elect Maggie Hassan announced on the 27 additional details of her inaugural ceremony taking place next Thursday. Chief Warrant Officer (CW2) Charlie Morgan of the NH national guard will open the ceremonies, leading the Pledge of Allegiance.

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Keene Democratic Representative Seeks Restriction on Freedoms

District 8 State Representative Cynthia Chase of Keene, plans on making NH hostile to Libertarian Free Staters who want to move to NH, by restricting freedoms. Chase’s comments from Dec. 21 are on Blue Hampshire a democratic progressive blog.. “In

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Bass Supporting Respect for Marriage Act

Rep. Charles Bass of New Hampshire is the third Republican House member and the second within the past week to support legislation that would repeal the Defense of Marriage Act and allow the federal government to recognize the legal marriages

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Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf Dies

Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf died on Thursday, Dec. 27 at his Tampa Bay FL home. Schwarzkopf was born August 22, 1934 in Trenton NJ and became known as Stormin’ Norman during Dessert Storm. Schwarzkopf commanded the US led international coalition,

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Bradford VT Woman Charged with Second Degree Murder

A Bradford VT woman is being held without bail on second degree murder charges of a Newbury VT man on Christmas night. State police say they discovered Dale Rock, 43 deceased from an apparent gunshot wound in his Newbury home

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US Postal Service ask Customers for Help this Winter in Reducing the Risk of Injury to Letter Carriers

USPS District Manager Deborah C. Essler is asking property owners to keep steps and walkways clear of snow and ice so the carriers can deliver or collect mail safely. Curbside mailboxes must have an approach that is snow and ice-free

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Bitterness Added To Anti Freeze

The Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA) and the Humane Society Legislative Fund (HSLF) jointly announced that US manufactured anti-freeze and engine coolant will contain a bittering agent to make the products less attractive to animals, including humans. HSLF estimates that

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Start New Year with a Free Guided Hike

Get outside, exercise, enjoy nature and welcome the New Year with friends and family. The New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation in partnership with the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests and Eastern Mountain Sports is sponsoring

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Second Person Arrested in Elizabeth Marriot Homicide

A Portsmouth NH woman is due in Derry District court today for her part in the disappearance and homicide of Elizabeth Marriot. Officials say Kathryn McDonough 19, is charged with one felony count each on Hindering Apprehension of Prosecution and

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