Monthly Archives: November 2012

Hartford Vermont Police Officers Rescue Injured Doe on Ice

Hartford VT Police Officer Chris Aher did a belly slide out across the ice on Dewey’s Pond Wednesday to save a deer stuck on the ice. Officer Jason Pedro held one end of a throw bag rope while Aher slid

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Bradford VT Man Kiled by Tree

A Bradford VT man was killed shortly after 4 pm on Tuesday from blunt force trauma. Police say, Arthur Kaiser 74, was wearing a helmet and a face shield, while he was cutting off limbs from a downed tree. One

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17 Year Old Suffers Injuries After Falling Into Quarry

A 17-year-old NH boy was airlifted to Umass Hospital in Worchester MA with several broken bones and internal injuries after falling into a quarry in Lyndeborough NH on Tuesday evening. It took rescuers 25 minutes to reach the boy and

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Warren Ruman Former NH Senator – Dead at 82

Former NH US Senator republican, Warren Rudman passed away just short of midnight on Monday at George Washington Memorial Hospital. Complications from lymphoma ended the politician’s life at age 82. He served as New Hampshire Attorney General from 1970 until

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Buy Local for the Holidays

If you are looking to avoid the Black Friday madness, visit the Gallery of Gifts at the Library Art’s Center in Newport. They have unique, handmade gifts for sale from over 80 of the area’s talented creative artists and artisans.

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Food Safety Tips for Thanksgiving from NH Deartment of Health

The New Hampshire Department of Public Health has issued the following guidelines for food holiday safety. The following simple precautions should always be followed by cooks and food service workers to reduce the possibility of anyone becoming sick.

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NH Man Pleads Guiilty to Two Counts of Tax Evasion

A Hampstead NH man plead guilty to two counts of tax evasion on Monday in US District Court for the district of NH. Kevin G. Attar 51 diverted more than a quarter of a million dollars of his company, Surge

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Click it or Ticket

The Hartford Police Department, in cooperation with other area law enforcement agencies will be conducting a “Click it or Ticket” checkpoint and saturation patrols in the town of Hartford in the coming week. The Thanksgiving holiday traditionally provides for a

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Students Grieve After Death of Classmate

Counselors from West Central Behavior Health were on hand Monday at Newport Middle High School to help students cope with the sudden death of classmate, senior Adam Pysz, who died after he was struck by a car on Friday evening.

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Sunapee Turkey Trot

Get outside and burn some calories prior to your Thanksgiving feast. It is not too late to register for Sunapee’s sixth Annual 5K Turkey Trot. Registration can be done in person on Wed. between 5-8 pm at the LSPA Office

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