Monthly Archives: April 2013

Newport School District-Files for Reconsideration

Newport School District filed for Reconsideration in Sullivan County Superior Court on Wednesday. Chairman Leo Paquin explained the district has not received clarification from Judge Tucker regarding which articles need to be on the ballot and articles 3, 4, and

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2 Alarm Fire Causes Extensive Damage to Croydon Home

Croydon Firefighters answered an alarm at the David Bridgeo home at 9 Sawyer Meadow Road Wednesday night shortly before 11:30 pm The owner had ammunition in the house, which was set off by the heat of the fire and caused

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Sister and Wife of Epping Man Arrested in Ex-Wife’s Murder

Two additional arrests were made in connection with the murder of Amanda “Amy” Warf. Sarah Desjardins (34) of 67 Railroad Avenue, Epping, NH, was arrested last night and charged with Conspiracy to Commit Murder and one Conspiracy to Commit Hindering

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Arrest Made in Suspicious Letters Investigation

At 5:15 p.m. CDT, FBI special agents arrested Paul Kevin Curtis, the individual believed responsible for mailing three letters sent through the U.S. Postal Service that contained a granular substance and tested positive for ricin. The letters were addressed to

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Bradford NH Man Ran but Unable to Finish Marathon

Joe Conway of Bradford NH ran the Boston Marathon on Monday, but missed completing his run by 500 yards. Conway said it was 45 minutes before he found what had happened, although he heard the second explosion and saw the

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Lebanon K-9s Get Bullet and Stab Proof Vests

Lebanon’s police dogs, Officer Perkins’ K9 partner Max, and Officer Tracy’s K9 partner Cody are receiving bullet and stab proof vests thanks to a nationwide animal related Groupon Event. The event ran from March 13- March 20, 2013and raised over

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FBI Response to Reports of Suspicious Letters Received at Mail Facilities

A second letter containing a granular substance that preliminarily tested positive for ricin was received at an offsite mail screening facility. The envelope, addressed to the President, was immediately quarantined by U.S. Secret Service personnel, and a coordinated investigation with

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Two Montreal Men Guilty of Immigrant Smuggling

Jonas Paul-Emile, 26 and Emmanuel Badio, Jr. 41, both of Montreal plead guilty to immigration charges on Monday in US District Court, Rutland. The Border Patrol stopped Paul-Emile last October after he had briefly stopped along the Canadian Border in

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Public Hearing on Vermont Taser Bill Tonight

A Public Hearing on Taser bill, H.225 is being held tonight at the Vermont State House in Montpelier at 5:30 pm. The bill proposes to establish a statewide policy on the training requirements for electronic control devices, authorize the Criminal

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Flags At Half Staff Until April 20 for Marathon Victims

Yesterday morning President Obama issued a proclamation ordering the immediate lowering of flags on all public buildings and grounds to half-staff until sunset on Saturday, April 20, 2013, in honor of the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. Governor Maggie

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