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Goshen-Lempster Ends 60 years of Joint Education

After 60 years, the towns of Lempster and Goshen ended their co op school district with a vote of 157 – 122 Saturday night. Goshen will now tuition all of its students out and Lempster will have smaller classes, possible

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Access Road for Sunapee School Hits a Snag

Sunapee Superintendent of Schools Russ Holden and School Board Chair Shaun Carroll Jr. presented plans for an access road for Sunapee’s busses. The access drive would go from Sunapee Central School to the Town Safety Complex and requires going through

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Bob Cusick on WNTK about Mascoma School District Renovations

Bob Cusick on WNTK about Mascoma School District Renovations a $21 Million proposed project. 

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Goshen May Have Tuition Solution Soon

Goshen’s dissatisfaction with their current tuition rates may be resolved soon. On Friday the Goshen Lempster School Board held a special meeting to set the date for a special district meeting to reconsider Article 8 from the 2013 Annual District

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Newport School and Select Boards Meet

The Newport School and Select Boards met last night to discuss and work on common goals between the two boards. Currently, the two branches of local government are sharing costs in programming efforts which include the schools Resource officer, purchasing

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Part Time Bus Driver Fired For DUI

A part-time school bus driver who has since been fired is pleading not guilty to charges of D-U-I, reckless endangerment and negligent operation. 59-year-old Ken Quillia is accused of driving drunk last September, first taking two special-needs students from Bethel

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Mold in Tilton Middle School Could Cause Delay in School Start

Classes could be delayed for middle school students in Tilton. That’s because mold was found in some classrooms at Winnisquam Middle School. The custodians cleaning the school discovered a few spots of mold on the furniture, blaming it on the

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Unity Board Ponders Grant for New School

A $50,000 grant has been offered to the Unity School District to assist in the completion of the town’s new elementary school. “This came a quite a surprise,” SAU 6 Superintendent Dr. Middleton K. McGoodwin said at the Unity School

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Construction issues halt new Unity School

UNITY-Problems with the construction and design for the new Unity Elementary School has delayed the opening for the next year. The new school will not open until the end of October, rather than the intended start of the new school

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Johnson Controls Contract Still Unsigned

CLAREMONT Site work is set to start Monday for the Stevens High School renovation project, though there are still questions about the wood boilers. David Putnam, chair of the renovation committee, is hopeful financing will fall into place soon for

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