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Hanover High School, as seen from the sidewalk on Lebanon Street on Sept. 13, 2007. (Valley News - Nicholas Richer)

Giving Teens a Level of Freedom

Friday, August 1, 2014

Hanover — Stop by the Hanover Co-op around noon on a weekday during the school year and you will be confronted with a familiar sight: a flood of teenagers chatting and laughing with friends as they roam the aisles in search of lunch. You may have seen them and asked yourself, “Are these kids allowed to be out of school?” …

Forum, Aug. 1: Columnist Fatigue; Co-op Principles; Shop Locally, but Be Earth-Friendly

Friday, August 1, 2014

A Case of Columnist Fatigue To the Editor: Experiencing Co-op fatigue? No, I’m experiencing a severe case of Kenyon fatigue. In his latest screed (“Bunker Mentality,” July 27), he dismisses the letters and testimony of employees who claim to be happy with their jobs and well-treated as being intimidated or insufficiently serious (since they are “happy with collecting a paycheck and receiving decent …

Upper Valley Man Seeking Donations to Assist Ebola Sufferers

Friday, August 1, 2014

Hanover — A Hanover man is accepting donations to provide the nonprofit Friends of Liberia with resources to respond to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, which has killed hundreds, shuttered schools and forced volunteers to flee the country. Peter Murdza is the treasurer for the nonprofit, which is registered in Washington, D.C., and all donations go right to his Etna mailbox. As …

Hanover Native Rowing for Team USA

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Hanover — Heidi Robbins travels the world with the U.S. women’s rowing team, yet continually finds herself in familiar surroundings. Robbins, 23, works and trains at Princeton University, where the Hanover native graduated last year with a degree …

Man Climbs All 48 N.H. 4,000-Footers for Prouty

Saturday, July 12, 2014

The method with which Brad Taylor has chosen to contribute to the Prouty this year could be considered downright lunacy. Then again, that’s at least part of the idea. Taylor, 55, of Canterbury, N.H., is climbing Mount Moosilauke today to complete his “Full Moon 48” initiative, a summiting …

Dartmouth to Offer Native American Studies in N.M.

Friday, July 11, 2014

Hanover — Dartmouth College, originally intended by founder Eleazar Wheelock to educate Native Americans, will offer an off-campus program through its Department of Native American Studies for the first time in its history. The Santa Fe, N.M., program, …

Forum, July 11: You Snubbed a Good Parade; Math Rules Don’t Add Up; Vanity and Immorality; The Co-op Debate

Friday, July 11, 2014

Paper Snubbed a Good Parade To the Editor: The Lebanon High School Alumni Day parade is a long-time tradition for us folks who live in Lebanon. It’s a big deal! It’s a fun time for classmates working on the floats as a team and a joy to behold …

Co-op Members Seek Meeting; Second Petition Calls For Dialogue

Friday, July 11, 2014

Hanover — More than 100 members of the Hanover Consumer Cooperative Society met Thursday night at the Richard W. Black Community Center to discuss concerns about the employment practices of the Co-op Food Stores. They concluded the meeting by unanimously supporting a motion to collect enough signatures to …

Entertainment Highlights: Andrew Bird Brings a Big Catalog of American Roots to Spaulding Auditorium

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Hanover — While singing, fiddling and whistling with his band Hands of Glory on an outdoor stage at the Ottawa Bluesfest in Canada last weekend, Andrew Bird couldn’t help noticing the vocal stylings of Lady Gaga straying over …

Jean (Cameron) Howard

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Magalloway Plantation, Maine — Jean (Cameron) Howard, 91, formerly of Colebrook, N.H. and Magalloway Plantation passed away on Friday, July 4, 2014, at Valley Terrace in White River Jct., Vt. She was born in Magalloway Plantation on Feb. 7, 1923, the daughter of Ewen and Evelyn (Menchin) Cameron …

Forum, July 9: The Dangers of Alcohol; Co-op Shoppers; Amtrak on Track

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

The Dangers of Alcohol To the Editor: The article, “Addiction and Alcoholism Hit Men, Women Differently” on June 30 failed to mention the chief differences between men and women — pregnancy and nursing. The effects of alcohol on a developing fetus unfortunately can be devastating. Everyone should know …

Hanover Co-op Petitioners Fight to Reinstate Fired Employees

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Hanover — Members of the Hanover Consumer Cooperative Society are circulating a petition to reinstate two recently fired Co-op Food Stores employees and to address what they perceive as a lack of transparency from store management regarding the decision. “We have three goals,”said Nora Jacobson, a Norwich resident …

Recreation Notes: Towns Honor Accident Victim

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Tragedy afflicted Tunbridge last month when 20-year-old Jen Kinnarney, of South Royalton, died from injuries suffered in an all-terrain vehicle accident. While both communities mourned, more than 100 friends gathered to help make things a little easier for …