The Messenger – February 4, 2011

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Newport concert to benefit Keith Walker

Keith WaIker, a 1981 graduate of Newport High School has suffered from Multiple Sclerosis (MS) for over a decade. Walker, who has two children and a granddaughter, uses a wheelchair and is living with his parents, who are helping to care for him as the disease advances. His care is extremely expensive and has consumed much of the family’s finances.

John Stark team in National Finals

John Stark Regional High School’s 13- member team will represent New Hampshire in the national “We The People: The Citizen and the Constitution” competition in April. The team prevailed over teams from Milford and Nashua North high schools earlier this month to take the state title. Stark also won the New Hampshire title in 2007. The national event is being held in Washington, D.C. from April 29 to May 3.

Rash of residential burglaries in Peterborough

Peterborough Police are investigating a pair of burglaries and one attempted burglary which were reported within hours of each other. The first burglary was reported at Hunt Road where a door was broken down and about $750 worth of jewelry stolen. A second occurred on Middle Hancock Road where again, a door was broken down and the burglar entered the house. No items appear to have been removed from this location. Finally, a woman reported the attempted burglary of her Middle Hancock Road home. Her door was damaged but the thief did not enter the dwelling.

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