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D-H, Visiting Nurses Affiliation Gets OK

Saturday, October 10, 2015

Lebanon — Vermont regulators on Wednesday approved a deal in which the Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice of Vermont and New Hampshire would affiliate with Dartmouth-Hitchcock and give D-H final say on its budget, programs, strategy and choice of top executive. Stuart Schurr, the general counsel of the Vermont Department of Aging and Independent Living, approved the deal after language was inserted into the affiliation agreement guaranteeing that D-H would …

Spelling Victory With Victor: Big Green Receiver Puts It All Together in Senior Year

Saturday, October 10, 2015

Hanover — Victor Williams’ biceps and triceps muscles are so developed, it appears giant ball bearings have been inserted under the skin of his upper arms. The Dartmouth College football team is counting on the senior’s legs and hands, however, to help it roll over Yale this afternoon during the school’s homecoming game …

Local Roundup: Wasps Fly Past Upstate New York Foe

Saturday, October 10, 2015

Plattsburgh, n.y. — The Woodstock High football team used a potent running attack, timely defensive plays and a key ejection to take a wild 38-30 win over Plattsburgh (N.Y.) in nonleague high school football action on Friday night. The Wasps (5-2 overall, 4-2 league) never trailed. Woodstock jumped to a 24-6 halftime lead, then spent the rest of the night keeping Plattsburgh at …

Dartmouth Students Protest Emily Yoffe, Writer Who Questions Sex Assault Reforms

Friday, October 9, 2015

Hanover — During a visit to Dartmouth College, Emily Yoffe, a journalist who has expressed skepticism toward the campus rape reform movement, met with a different brand of incredulity from students who attended her talk Thursday afternoon at …

Dartmouth Releases Crime Statistics

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Hanover — Dartmouth College’s annual campus safety statistics for 2014 show an uptick in reports of sexual assault, a change administrators attribute to an increased willingness among students to talk about rape. In the college’s annual report under …

Union, Dartmouth Agree to Contract

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Hanover — Union representatives at Dartmouth College have finalized a contract that secures 2 percent raises this year and next — along with other added benefits — for service employees and campus safety officers. Though the two-year agreement has not yet been signed, it has been approved, 198-26, …

Local Roundup: Lebanon Boys Soccer Downs Souhegan

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Lebanon — And down go the champs. The Lebanon boys soccer team defended their home field against reigning New Hampshire Division II state champion Souhegan on Tuesday afternoon, beating the Sabers 1-0 in double overtime. The game-winner came …

Pataki Pitches Over Pizza

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Lebanon — Republican presidential hopeful and former New York Gov. George Pataki made his pitch to a small group of city residents on Monday over a couple slices at Village Pizza on Lebanon’s pedestrian mall. Pataki, who is …

Local Roundup: Hartford Field Hockey Stops Long Bellows Falls Streak

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

White River Junction — With one well-executed goal, one well-planned defensive adjustment and one well-played game, the Hartford High field hockey team handed down-river rival Bellows Falls one very rare defeat on Monday. Morgan Horne converted penalty corner …

D-H Part Of New Venture

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Manchester — Three New Hampshire hospitals, including Dartmouth-Hitchcock, plan to seek cost-savings and better health outcomes with a $10 million venture that would share “clinical, financial and operational data” with the state’s second-largest health insurer. The participants — D-H, Elliot Health System in Manchester, Frisbie Memorial Hospital in …

Lebanon Startup Cleans Up in Contest

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Manchester, n.h. — “C’mon, everyone let’s give it up!” Jamie Coughlin is working the audience like the warm-up act before the taping of a TV show. He’s dressed in the tech entrepreneur’s uniform of black jeans and open …

Big Green Toasts Quakers

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Philadelphia — Hunched in the front row of Franklin Field’s upper deck Saturday, a damp group of University of Pennsylvania students had seen enough with five minutes remaining in the first half against Dartmouth. Although their school’s longstanding …

Dartmouth Backup QB a World Traveler

Saturday, October 3, 2015

Hanover — Milling about at the north end of Memorial Field, the Dartmouth College football linemen were ready to butt heads Wednesday when line coach Keith Clark realized something was missing. Or rather, someone. A quarterback was needed …