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The Search is Over – Stevens’ Has New Principal

The Stevens High School principal search is over. Patricia Barry was chosen to fill the position unanimously. The announcement was made by Superintendent Middleton McGoodwin at Wednesday night’s school board meeting. Barry is certified in administration and as an English

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Stevens’ Science Teacher Nominated for Teacher of the Year

A Stevens’ High School Science teacher is nominated for Teacher of the Year.  Erica  G. Ferland has taught at Steven’s High School for the past seven years and met with NH State Board of Education Commissioner Virginia Barry on Wednesday

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Meet and Greet for Stevens’ High School Principal Finalists

The Stevens High School Principal Search Committee is inviting parents, students, teachers, and the public to meet and greet events with two Stevens High School Principal finalists. On Thursday April 10 Ms. Jennifer Prileson current assistant principal at Indian River

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Stevens High School Deemed Safe

Stevens High School is safe according to a report by The Scott Lawson Group, an environmental, health and safety consultant. The company was called in after a complaint was made about the dust during the renovations. The report by the

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Steven’s Teacher Arraigned on 4 Counts of Felonious Sexual Assault

Christopher LeBlanc appeared via video for his arraignment in Claremont District Court on Monday and his bail is $250,000 cash on four counts of Felonious sexual assault on a 14 year old student. Court documents reveal the teen and teacher

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Steven’s High School Employee Arrested on Felonious Sexual Assault Charges

A Steven’s High School Employee was arrested at 5:30 pm Friday on three counts of Felonious Sexual Assault with a minor. Police say they arrested Christopher LeBlanc 29 after an investigation by The Claremont Police Department and the administration at

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Joe Osgood Wants Claremont Voters to Voice Opinion At Polls

Joe Osgood a member of the Claremont Charter Commission said he made the motion for Claremont to become a Strong Mayor Government so people can express their opinions at the polls. Osgood said a City Manager can be hard to

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Claremont Christian Academy Director Gravely Injured

A director of a private school is in grave condition after a tree branch struck him. Authorities say Adam Barton, who heads Claremont Christian Academy was trimming trees at his home over the weekend when a limb came down on

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Ex Humane Society Treasurer Pleads Guilty to Taking Funds

Danyle Morse the ex Treasurer for Sullivan County Humane Society plead guilty to embezzling $7,200 between January and July of 2013. Morse made restitution of the $7,200.00 just before the hearing. Judge Brian Tucker sentenced Morse to 6 months in

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Claremont To Keep City Form of Government

Chairman of Claremont’s Charter Commission, George Caccavarro cast the tie breaking vote that will keep Claremont a City. The Charter Commission heard three days of testimony from citizens who expressed displeasure with the status quo of Claremont’s Government and City

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