Monthly Archives: July 2013

Red Cross Issues Urgent Need for Platelet donors

The Red Cross has issued an urgent need for platelet donors, as well as donors with types O negative, B negative and A negative blood. Local residents wanting to donate blood can do so in Unity and Sunapee. On Friday

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Lebanon’s Community Converstation Engaged Residents

Over 65 people attended Lebanon’s Community Conversation to discuss the recovery efforts of the July 1 and 2 flash flooding. Those in attendance gave a round of applause for the City’s Public Works Department, but expressed concerns about Slayton Hill

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Reward for Return of Stolen Pool Pump

Donald Loudon of Chestnut Street, Claremont is offering an award for the return of his new pool pump and filter which was stolen in late June. Donald Loudon says the pump weighs over 100 pounds and who ever took it

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Unity school opening delayed further

UNITY-The new elementary school may not be ready until December, the Unity School Board announced at its meeting last night, and some Unity residents are not happy.”Somebody has to be held responsible for this,”said Unity resident Adam Boardman. The new

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WRJ Man Charged with Theft and Fraud

A White River Junction man was arrested on Tuesday for Fraud and Petit Larceny after he admitted to stealing a check for the check owner, and wrote the check for $350.00  before cashing it at Mascoma Savings Bank. Roddy White

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NH Exports to the World

NH exported nearly $3.5 billion dollars worth of goods last year and among the top items were: industrial machinery, computers, electric machinery, sound and TV equipment, photo optics, medical and surgical instruments, plastics, iron and steel. NH top export places

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MA Man Charged with 1991 Plymouth NH Murder

A Grafton County Grand Jury handed down two indictments this past Friday, on a Massachusetts man for the Sept.6, 1991 stabbing death of Plymouth State College’s assistant registrar, 30 year old Theresa Reed. NH authorities say Craig W. Conkey is

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Claremont man charged with sexually assaulting girl – bail set at $100,000

A Chestnut Street man is being held on $100,000 bail on a charge of felonious sexual assault after he allegedly admitted to molesting a 14-year-old girl. The admission came after John Pierce, 66, of 311 Chestnut St., agreed to submit

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Two VT Men Face Charges for Additional Crime

Two VT men, charged with Grand Larceny for the theft of a Winchester Rifle on Sunday, were charged with Petit Larceny on Monday in another incident. Police say Michael White 24 of Randolph VT and Kelsey Tracy 19 of Braintree

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Hanover Police Installs Drug Return Box

The Hanover Police Department has a Drug Return Box in the lobby of Hanover’s Public Safety Building which allows for the disposal of unwanted and expired prescription and over the counter drugs. The drug return box is available 24 hours

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