Monthly Archives: March 2013

Search is On For Lebanon’s Top Dog

The second annual search for Lebanon’s top dog is underway and the winner will get the coveted #1 dog license tag, free dog food for a year, their photo on Display for a Year at City Hall spa treatment and

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Good Samaritian Bill Provides Immunity for Reporting Illegal Drug or Alcohol Use

Drug-related deaths in New Hampshire outnumbered traffic deaths in four of the past five years and those deaths have doubled over the past decade, claiming 37,000 lives That’s according to the New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union. In that vane New

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Newport Safety Coalition Appeals Gun Range Decision

The Newport Planning board acted “Illegally and unreasonably” when it approved a site plan in February for a gun range off the John Stark Highway. The claim was made yesterday by Endicott Road resident Cynthia Jachim-Gallagher, who is part of

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CT Man Seriously Injured in I-91 Crash

A Sheldon CT man is in serious condition after an accident on I-91 near exit 1 in Brattleboro late Monday morning. VT State Police say Timothy Liacos, 25 was traveling north when he lost control of his Mazda and left

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Unity Votes Yes on Bond to Complete School

Unity voters approved a $550,000 bond on Saturday at their annual School district meeting for the completion of their new elementary school grades K-8. Although the voters approved a $4.7 million bond to build the new school at a special

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Bullet and Stab Proof Vests for Police K-9s

Eleven VT State Police K-9s were supplied with bullet and stab proof vests thanks to a recent fundraiser. Vested Interests in K-9s Inc. a non-profit organization partnered with Groupon Grassroots for a fund raising event from March 13-20. As of

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World TB Day

March 24 was World TB Day, recognizing the 1882 date when Dr. Robert Koch announced his discovery of the bacterium that causes tuberculosis. NH indentified nine cases of tuberculosis (TB) in 2012, the most recent year data are available. 10,528

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Dental Board Suspends Dentist’s Prescription Priviledge

Robert T. Christ, DMD, Hudson NH had his license to prescribe controlled substances in the State of New Hampshire has been suspended. According to a Mar. 22 Order of Emergency Suspension of Prescribing Privilege, Christ was over prescribing narcotics to

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Police Seek Information on Stolen Rifles

Vermont State Police are seeking information on the theft of firearms from a Marlboro resident. Police say they received a called from Steven G. Hamilton saying someone had stolen 2 riffles from his Ames Hill Road. Anyone with information on

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Bradford Residents Get Second Chance to Vote on Town Hall

Bradford NH residents get another chance on voting for Article 4, which received 195-113 votes during their town meeting. However, it fell short by 11 votes of the 2/3 votes required for the bond article for renovations to the Town

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