The Messenger – May 27, 2011

In This Issue

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Four people escaped serious injury when their car was hit by a tractor-trailer and flipped over on Interstate 89 Monday afternoon…

Pataki – I am not a candidate – yet

Insisting he is not a Republican candidate for President, former New York Gov. George Pataki spoke at New England College in his capacity as founder and chairman of “No American Debt”, an organization focused on raising awareness of the country’s $14.3 trillion debt…

NEC professor sent to jail

A former New England College professor will spend a year in jail for endangering the welfare of a 12-year-old Concord girl after using her picture to solicit men in internet chat rooms. Waco Worley, 39, of Concord also pleaded guilty to three counts of child pornography and received suspended prison sentences on those felony charges…

Antrim Planning Board vows to fight on

Refusing to accept the selectmen’s decision to deny the use of town funds to pay for an attorney to advocate the board’s position at the New Hampshire Site Evaluation hearings, the Antrim Planning Board has decided to use private funds to oppose the SEC’s jurisdiction over the proposed Eolian Renewable Energy wind project…

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