Monthly Archives: October 2012

Gov Lynch Orders Flag at Half Staff for Fallen Solider

Governor John Lynch has directed flags to half-staff today Tuesday, October 23, 2012, in honor of Sgt. 1st Class Ryan Savard. Sgt.Savard, a New Hampshire native, was killed in action in Afghanistan last week and will be interred today at

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Women Veterans’ Care Center

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) attended the opening ceremonies of the Women Veterans’ Comprehensive Care Center at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in White River Jct. Vermont on Friday “This facility is about keeping our promise to the brave women

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Potluck Dinner at Newbury Veterans’ Hall

Newbury Residents are invited to see the newly renovated Veterans’ Hall and join in a community potluck super on Sunday Oct. 28, at 5 pm at the Veterans’ Hall. There are prizes for the best in each category, comfort food,

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Grantham Food Pantry

Grantham’s Food Pantry, located at 65 Roses in the Rum Brook Plaza is in need of pasta, pasta sauce, macaroni & cheese, rice, peanut butter, cereal, soup, beans, veggies, fruit and tuna. People can drop off donations at 65 Roses,

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Dot Requests Input from Enfield Residents by Nov 13

The NH Department of Transportation has completed the Draft Environmental Study for Main Street/Northern Rail Trail Crossing. A copy of the draft is available for viewing at the Enfield Town Manager’s Office, and an electronic copy is available on the

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Ovide Lamontagne and Charlie Bass speak at One Mile West

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NECC Surrenders Privileges in NH

New England Compounding Center (NECC) voluntarily surrendered all their privileges October 17, to operate as a non-resident, mail-order pharmacy in NH. The NH Board of Pharmacy suspended those privileges as an emergency measure on Oct.8, in response to allegations that

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Marlow Vet Gets Purple Heart and 10 other Medals

Gene Patnaude of Marlow received life-threatening wounds after being blown 12 feet into the air in 1969 in Vietnam. After spending eight months in military hospitals, Patnaude return home to recover .Gene Patnaude served was a sniper in the U.S.

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Local Healthcare Providers on CDC List of Receiving Contaminated NECC Products

Local healthcare providers listed by the Center of Disease Control (CDC) as having received contaminated products from New England Compounding Center (NECC) are Alice Peck Day Hospital and Pain Care each in Lebanon, Jose Peraza MD-Claremont NH, Cheshire Medical Center-Keene,

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Weathersfield VT Man Reports Stolen Marijuana

A Black River Road resident in Weathersfield VT was victim of a daytime burglary on Monday. Vermont State Police say Thomas Coleman, 49 called police to report that his door was unlocked and someone took two ounces of marijuana. Anyone

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