The Messenger – Jan. 31, 2014

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Download The Messenger - Jan. 31, 2014 (pdf)Bomb threat clears Kearsarge Middle School

Students and staff evacuated the Kearsarge Regional Middle School last Thursday after a bomb threat was found in a lavatory stall. School Principal Donald West reports the gym was cleared and students and staff were allowed to assemble there, while the…

Clohessy sues Emerald Lake Commissioners under the Right To Know Law

The two remaining Emerald Lake District Commissioners met Wednesdaay evening before an overflow crowd anxious to discuss the recent controversy involving the governing of the District. In addition to setting a schedule for the Annual Meeting, the agenda included a discussion of the resignation of…

Antrim & Weare men damage bob house

After a two-week investigation, police have charged Jesse Vajgrt, 21, of Weare and Michael Murray III, 18, of Antrim, for breaking into a bob house on Grassy Pond in Rindge, stealing fishing gear and causing major damage to…

Deering police investigating secret tracker

Deering Police Chief Pushee took a report from a resident who had found what they believe is a GPS Tracking surveillance device hidden in the car. It is blinking away in an evidence bag, and Chief is wondering just how long until the…

New Boston couple assaults police officer

A New Boston couple has been arrested for struggling with a Manchester police officer on Saturday. After stopping McDougall’s vehicle on Elm Street, it became apparent that Molina, the passenger, was trying to conceal…

Boys’ Basketball

Mascenic 63 Hillsboro-Deering 46 The Hillcats fell behind 7-18 after one and 15-31 at the half. Rood Monta led H-D with 11 points…

Girls’ Alpine Skiing

Hillsboro-Deering 3rd Emma Moore’s third place finish paced the Cats to a third overall in a four team meet. Molly Wilson was 10th, Meredith Denu 14th and Leah Dunbar 15th for H-D.

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