The Messenger – Nov. 15, 2013

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Download The Messenger - Nov. 15, 2013 (pdf)Henniker man arrested and charged with arson

State Fire Marshal William Degnan, Henniker Police Chief Ryan Murdough and Henniker Fire Chief Keith Gilbert announced that an arrest has been made in connection with the fire that occurred on October 25, 2013 at a residence on Colby Hill Road in Henniker. As a result of the joint investigation,…

Hillsborough’s Operation Christmas 

It’s that time of year again! Hillsborough’s Operation Christmas committee has begun meeting to prepare for Christmas 2013. Each year parents fill out applications for their children age 16 and under to receive one toy and one article of clothing for each child. Each gift must be under $50. These requests are written on “mittens” which are put out in several…

Distracted Driving Program at John Stark High School

We’ve all seen news items about how many accidents are caused by drivers who are distracted. In an effort to educate students and adults about the dangers of distracted driving, John Stark Regional High School is hosting an interactive presentation about those dangers on..

Henniker man raises beer fed turkeys

Joe Morette of Henniker, is raising about 50 Thanksgiving turkeys this year. He’s been feeding his birds beer since 1993, when a turkey knocked over a can left near its fence and started…

Peterborough DAR presents ConVal Good Citizen Award

Senior Zachary Letourneau has been selected by the faculty of ConVal High School as the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen for 2013-14.

Weare Police assisting with Middle School science project

Two Weare Middle School students in Mr. Derek Davis’ eighth grade Science Class are about to get a major assist with their science fair project from new Weare Chief of Police John Velleca, 5th Grade DARE officer Hebert and WPD 7th Grade DARE Officer Montplaisir and a radar gun. The two eighth grade boys,…

Division IV Girls’ Soccer Championship

#3 Sunapee 3 #1 Woodsville 1 (OT-PK) Laker Keeper Erika Waterman defected three of Woodsville’s four penalty kicks while Abby Armstrong, Taylor Usko, and Sydney Clark each nailed theirs as Sunapee won the Division IV Girls’ Soccer Championship…

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