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Mt. Ascutney Hospital receives $25,000 gift from auxiliary &nbsp

WINDSOR — Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center (MAHHC), a not-for-profit critical access hospital located in Windsor, has received $25,000 from the hospital’s auxiliary. The funds were presented to hospital CEO Dr. More...

North Walpole woman named Home Care LNA of the Year &nbsp

KEENE — Annie Scanlon of North Walpole has received the 2017 Home Care LNA of the Year Award from the Home Care Association of New Hampshire. The award, given annually since 1974, recognizes outstanding caregivers in the home setting. More...

Locals compete in 4-H Dairy Show &nbsp

TUNBRIDGE, Vt. More...

Lifestyles

Book Nook

'When the English Fall' a unique post-apocalyptic perspective

Your parents taught you to share.You have enough to give some away. Don’t be stingy or selfish. Be good. Be generous. Be friends. More...

Bramblings

Lessons from the berry patch

Raspberry season, when I have a moment to think, always brings back a flood of memories. More...

Notes from the Garden

How to minimize tomato blight

John Denver introduced me to a Guy Clark song called, “Home Grown Tomatoes” with a refrain that goes, “Only two things money can't buy. That's true love and homegrown tomatoes." How true. More...

U.M. ARMY assists homeowners for third year &nbsp

CLAREMONT — Marilyn Couperus watched in admiration Friday as a group of volunteers — many of them teenagers — set pavers into the gravel connecting her driveway to a newly constructed access ramp for her Gambier Street home.And when sh More...

Springfield Co-op celebrates 25th anniversary

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — ”Large enough to meet your needs; small enough to meet your neighbors.” More...

Sports

Corliss nabs second win of season on FairPoint Night &nbsp

BARRE, Vt. — Hometown driver Jason Corliss captured his second Thunder Road Late Model win of the season on Thursday, taking the lead just past the halfway point and holding on for the win on FairPoint Communications Night. More...

GSPSS headed for White Mountain Motorsports Park

WALPOLE — With six races down and six races to go, the Granite State Pro Stock Series will get the second half of the season underway on Saturday night as the championship chase heats up. The White Mt. More...

Community

Hubert sisters earn degrees &nbsp

 Guenter and Kathy Hubert are proud to announce that their daughter Sage Hubert,  on June 12, 2017, received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from St. George's University. Dr. More...

Cribbage and bridge results &nbsp

Tri-Town Cribbage was played Tuesday, July 18, at the Earl M. Bourdon Centre in Claremont. More...

Newport Senior Center news &nbsp

The Governor and Council officially approved the CDBG funds for the Town of Newport, with the Newport Senior Center (NSC) as the sub recipient, on Wednesday, at 1:25 p.m. More...

Obituaries &nbsp

Lona I. Proctor &nbsp

SPRINGFIELD, Vt.  — Lona I. Proctor, 85, passed away Tuesday, July 18, 2017, at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon. She was born Nov. 4, 1931, in Springfield, Vermont, the daughter of Floyd and Daisy (Glynn) Partridge. More...

Ethelyn T. Hall &nbsp

PERKINSVILLE —  Ethelyn T. Hall, 89 of Maple Street in Perkinsville, died Monday, July 17, 2017, at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, following a brief illness. For more information, please visit www.royfuneralhome.com.   More...

John H. Putnam &nbsp

PERKINSVILLE —  John H. Putnam, a longtime resident of Perkinsville, passed away at the age of 79 on Sunday afternoon, Oct. More...

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