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French Class Trip Raises Safety Fears

Saturday, January 31, 2015

Lebanon — A Lebanon High School teacher assured School Board members this week that students traveling to France next month will be safe in spite of the recent terrorist attacks there. During a School Board meeting Wednesday, Board Chairman Jeff Peavey said concerns were brought to him about how students would be protected from harm during a privately funded trip to Paris and Madrid planned for February vacation. French teacher …

Lebanon School Board Selects A Special Education Director

Friday, January 30, 2015

Lebanon — The Lebanon School Board approved the hiring of a permanent special education director for the upcoming school year at its meeting on Wednesday. Tim Koumrian, currently the director of special education for SAU 6 in Claremont, is set to begin work in Lebanon on July 1. He will replace Helene Anzalone, who left the district in September. Synthia Liska, the district’s …

R.N. “Doc” Gerow, D.C.

Friday, January 30, 2015

Lebanon, N.H. — R.N. “Doc” Gerow, D.C. , 72, passed away suddenly Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015. He was born in Fitchburg, Mass. to the late Nelson & Viola (Parrott) Gerow. He graduated from St. Bernard High School. He then enlisted in the Navy where he served as a Corpsman in the Fleet Marine. Following his honorable discharge he was accepted to Palmer Chiropractic …

Wasps Beat Sin Bin, Bulldogs

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Woodstock — There isn’t a whole lot stopping the Woodstock High boys hockey team lately. Even when the Wasps try to stop themselves, someone steps up to save the day. The honor belonged to sophomore goaltender Connor Black …

Riding With the First Responders

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Lebanon — A recent Friday morning finds the Lebanon Fire Department quiet, the day shift settling in. Dr. Nate Grubbs, an emergency medicine resident, is getting a tour of the station on South Park Street from Capt. Jim …

Wedding: Herman — Campbell

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Lebanon — Stephanie Karla-Renee Herman and Ryan Campbell were married on Nov. 15, 2014, at Sandals Grande Antigua in the Caribbean Islands. The bride wore a full-length imported French lace gown and veil. She carried a multicolored bouquet …

At the Hospitals: Jan. 18, 2015

Sunday, January 18, 2015

New London Hospital Names Ambulance and EMS Services Manager New London — Richard Riley has been named manager for ambulance and EMS services at New London Hospital. “ Riley brings an extensive background in emergency response management to …

Businesses Slow to Hop On ‘SHOP’

Sunday, January 18, 2015

West Lebanon — There was a sunny subject line on the email sent on the afternoon of Jan. 2: “Happy New Year from the SHOP Marketplace.” The message inside was an invitation to celebrate the arrival of 2015 with “health coverage for you and your employees.” To begin, …

Project Search Meetings Set

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Lebanon — A school-to-work program for people with cognitive and physical disabilities will hold three informational meetings this winter. Project Search provides employment and education opportunities to people with disabilities. The program is for students in their last year of high school eligibility. Those interested in applying to …

Business Notes: Jan. 18, 2015

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Lebanon — A new fitness has opened up in Lebanon at the site of an old fitness center. Element 6 Fitness, designed to offer clients strength conditioning and custom-designed workouts, has been opened by Amy Gamache and Nate Aldrich in the location previously occupied by KDR Fitness on …

Lebanon Airport Trees Will Be Cut

Friday, January 16, 2015

Lebanon — Most members of the Lebanon City Council stood by their previous decision to move forward with a project to remove more than 30 acres of trees on airport property along Poverty Lane, despite some residents’ pleas that they reconsider the work during a discussion at City …

They Do Their Jobs: Raiders Concentrate on Wins, Not Style Points

Thursday, January 15, 2015

West Lebanon — The Lebanon High boys hockey team could be a bunch of high-flying skating types, but that wouldn’t reflect what coach Gary Smith’s players are all about this winter. Instead, the Raiders regularly show up for …

Logging Plan For Lebanon Airport Up for Review

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Lebanon — A proposal to remove more than 30 acres of trees from airport property along Poverty Lane is set to receive another look by the City Council tonight. Residents submitted letters to councilors in November and December, …