The Messenger – January 7, 2011

The Messenger - January 7, 2011 IssueIn This Issue

Antrim officer awarded Life Saving Citation

Antrim police officer Brian Lord was recently awarded the Antrim Police Department’s Life Saving Citation for his actions in responding to the report of a person who was not conscious and not breathing. Antrim Police sgt. Sean Cavanaugh said many of the details of the incident could not be released in order to protect the privacy of the individuals involved. At the incident, Lord took immediate action by performing CPR and getting the resident’s pulse back.

Henniker’s Que Pasa closed by fire

A popular Henniker restaurant has been closed after a fi re authorities say began with the spontaneous combustion of oily rags and caused heavy damage early Monday morning. The owners were present when fi re officials inspected the inside of the converted barn, which also houses building owner Philip Richardson’s accounting Office. The fi re destroyed much of the roof and broke through the restaurant’s second floor, which the family used for food storage and office space.

Newport kicks off a year long celebration

Newport residents kicked off their Semiquincentennial (250th) Year at a gala event on New Year’s Eve at the Newport Opera House. They came to eat and see the shows. Children’s activities included games, face-painting, and a photo backdrop for a commemorative photo. The highlight of the evening was at midnight as the town clock and area church bells rang, there were two blasts from the historic 1847 cannon followed by 250 seconds of fireworks, visible from the common and Main Street area.

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