Monthly Archives: November 2012

Greg Clark a VT Addison County Representative, Struck and Killed

Greg Clark,an Addison County representative died in an accident this morning. Police say, Clark was struck by a vehicle on U.S. 7 in Waltham VT shortly before 8 am after stepping out of his car to scrape his windshield.Another motorist,

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SENATE APPROVES AYOTTE MEASURE TO PREVENT TRANSFER OF TERRORIST DETAINEES TO U.S. SOIL

Last night the US Senate approved an amendment introduced by U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) that prevents terrorist detainees being transferred from the Guantanamo Bay detention facility to American soil. The measure was approved by a vote of 54 to

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Burglary at Grace’s Radio Shack May Have Enfield Connection

Shortly after 1:30 am on Thursday morning Newport Police responded to an alarm at Grace’s Radio Shack in Guild. NH State Trooper, Brandon Dean was in area and noticed a vehicle leaving from an adjacent parking lot. Trooper Dean stopped

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Lebanon Police Seek Witnesses to Accident

A morning collision on Mechanic Street in Lebanon sent an 86 year old, Lebanon woman to the hospital. Police say, that shortly after 9 am, Jean Sanderson was driving her 2005 Ford Focus wagon east on Mechanic Street before turning

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Alumni Is Dartmouth’s New President

The Board of Trustees of Dartmouth has elected Philip J. Hanlon ’77, PhD, as Dartmouth’s 18th president on Thursday. President-Elect Hanlon, 57, serves as provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the University of Michigan, where he is

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NH Invests in Nutrition

NH is investing $1million in federal funds over the next year in a program that educates food stamp recipients about nutrition.The federal governed budgets $389 million for nutrition education programs for the recipients of food stamps.NH has one of the

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Obama and Romney Break Bread

Thursday afternoon, President Obama and Governor Romney visited for an hour over lunch in the Private Dining Room adjacent to the Oval Office. Governor Romney congratulated the President for the success of his campaign and wished him well over the

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Claremont City Council Votes on $22 Million Plus Budget

Claremont City Council voted 8-1 on an amended budget, which reduced the original proposed General Fund budget from $22,852,379 to $22,752,379 reducing it by $100,000. Two other budget proposals were voted down, one for a level fund budget, and the

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Christmas Activities this Weekend

LaSallette Shine on Rt. 4 in Enfield NH Advent Activity for Saturday, Dec.1 is wreath making which begins at 4pm. Later in the evening, there is a carol sing along. The light display is opened daily from now until Dec.

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President Obama Grants Major Disaster Declaration for 5 NH Counties

President Obama has granted A Major Disaster Declaration to NH to cover infrastructure repair, emergency protective measures, emergency response costs and the cost of debris removal for Belknap, Carroll, Coos, Grafton and Sullivan counties. Previously NH received an Emergency Declaration

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