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Lebanon High senior comes to the aid of driver with health problem
05-03-2024 5:01 PM

By TRIS WYKES

LEBANON — Those darn teenagers. No respect for their elders. Always on their smart phones. You know the narrative.You must not know Lebanon High senior Paddy Mooney, however. The 18-year old recently aided 63-year old Mary Anne Sculley, who was...


Forester-led walk of Windsor’s Paradise Park seeks to answer questions about management plan
05-02-2024 7:30 PM

By CHRISTINA DOLAN

WINDSOR — Windsor County Forester Hannah Dallas and her team began marking trees last month throughout Paradise Park Town Forest with paint as the first step in implementing a new resource management plan to improve the health of the forest.The plan...


Health insurance, salaries drive up Oxbow budget
05-02-2024 7:00 PM

By CHRISTINA DOLAN

BRADFORD, Vt. — Voters will consider whether to approve a $21 million school budget for the Oxbow Unified Union School District on Monday, May 6. The budget marks a nearly 14% increase over last year’s $18.4 million operating budget for the district,...


Dartmouth moves swiftly to stymie demonstration, leads to 90 arrests
05-01-2024 7:21 PM

By FRANCES MIZE

HANOVER — Dartmouth College administrators acted swiftly on Wednesday night when faced with a protest encampment similar to those established on campuses around the country amid unrest over the Israel-Hamas war.At some colleges, demonstrations have...


Sharon voters to decide $9.5 million school building bond
05-01-2024 6:31 PM

By CHRISTINA DOLAN

SHARON — Voters will decide next Tuesday whether to approve a $9.5 million bond for repairs and renovations to Sharon Elementary School.The bond would address safety issues such as fire alarms and sprinklers, and bring the school into compliance with...


Patch family offers public trails in pitch to end dispute over city rights of way
04-30-2024 6:00 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — A new proposal from the owners of Patch Orchards would create two public recreation trails across their property, if the city agrees to discontinue public access on other rights of way that the farm says interferes with its maple syrup...


Former office manager for Dartmouth student newspaper pleads guilty to embezzlement
04-30-2024 5:51 PM

By NORA DOYLE-BURR

CONCORD — A former office manager pleaded guilty in federal court on Tuesday to embezzling $223,000 from a student-run newspaper at Dartmouth College, according to a news release from the U.S. District Attorney’s Office.Nicole Chambers, 40, of...


Colby-Sawyer president announces plan to depart
04-29-2024 5:01 PM

By FRANCES MIZE

NEW LONDON — After eight years at the helm of Colby-Sawyer College, Sue Stuebner will depart in June to take up the mantle as president of Marietta College in Ohio.Under Stuebner’s tenure, Colby-Sawyer’s endowment doubled — from $36 million in 2016 to...


Lebanon has chances but still can’t solve Hanover baseball mystery
04-28-2024 6:26 PM

By TRIS WYKES

LEBANON — Lebanon High baseball coach Chauncey Wood stood on the first-base line on Friday afternoon, arms akimbo and staring into center field as if the answer to his team’s 7-5 loss to Hanover was hidden somewhere in the distant grass.The Raiders,...


Out & About: Newport art center’s exhibition celebrates homes of all varieties
04-26-2024 6:31 PM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

NEWPORT — When Kate Luppold put out the call for submissions for the Library Arts Center’s exhibition, she expected artists would take its theme of “home” literally.“I expected a lot of houses with white picket fences,” Luppold, the Newport-based...


Herd departs Hartford’s last remaining dairy farm
04-26-2024 6:03 PM

By CHRISTINA DOLAN

HARTFORD — On a gray, drizzly Wednesday morning, George Miller, his son, cousin and brother pushed, pulled and cajoled 27 reluctant Jersey cows and six heifers out of the barn and onto livestock trailers that would take the animals to their new owner...


Bears ride strong 2nd half to win in girls lacrosse
04-26-2024 5:01 PM

By TRIS WYKES

HANOVER — Nora Bradley scored four times and Bummy Loughman and Maeve Lee each added hat tricks to push Hanover High to a 13-5 victory over NHIAA Division II opponent Timberlane on Thursday at Merriman-Branch Field.The Bears (3-2) trailed by two goals...


Regulator orders former New London financial adviser to repay clients
04-25-2024 8:00 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

NEW LONDON — A former New London financial advisor who plowed his clients retirement savings into a high-risk financial product that went bust has been ordered to repay $4.8 million to his victims, although how much they ultimately recoup and how long...


Hartland voters successfully petition for school budget revote
04-24-2024 9:14 PM

By CHRISTINA DOLAN

HARTLAND — The School Board is preparing to warn a budget vote for the third time this year after a successful petition by residents to hold another round of balloting.On April 2, voters narrowly approved an $11.1 million school budget by a vote of...


Grantham doctor indicted on drug and fraud charges
04-24-2024 9:12 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

BURLINGTON — A 48-year-old Grantham doctor has been indicted on charges that he engaged in illegal drug distribution and health care fraud through a network of treatment clinics he owns in northern New England. The charges link him with another former...


Hanover’s Perreard may soon capture the attention of collegiate coaches in two athletic pursuits
04-24-2024 5:08 PM

By TRIS WYKES

LEBANON — Lea Perreard’s wrists are wrapped in bracelets. How many? The Hanover High sophomore isn’t sure, but 15 would be a solid guess.Rubber bracelets, woven bracelets, string bracelets with beads on them. It takes Perreard roughly five minutes to...


Hanover officials look at reducing downtown traffic lanes
04-23-2024 8:00 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

HANOVER — Town administrators are exploring ways to improve pedestrian safety at two busy downtown intersections.The town is wrapping up a pair of studies this week — one at the intersection of East Wheelock Street and College Street, and another at...


Upper Valley winter shelters kept dozens warm and dry
04-23-2024 8:00 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — Organizers of two new emergency shelters, which kept dozens of Upper Valley residents off the streets this winter, are reflecting on the season and sorting out how to continue the service.Earlier this month, Lebanon’s emergency shelter for...


Former principal of South Royalton School released from prison
04-22-2024 8:01 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

HARTFORD — A former educator convicted for secretly video recording teenage girls at his Sharon home was released on Monday after serving more than four years behind bars.Dean Stearns, who pleaded guilty in 2018 to charges of promoting sexual...


Pick a sport and Pete DePalo’s has probably officiated it over the past 40-plus years
04-22-2024 5:01 PM

By TRIS WYKES

Pete DePalo spent his first 15 years living on Coney Island in the New York City borough of Brooklyn, home of America’s first large-scale amusement park. His family moved to the Upper Valley and his life since has been filled with games.Soccer games....

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