Norwich

Lebanon Loses Hockey Game, Earns Moral Victory

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

West Lebanon — By the sounds of the whooping and hollering escaping the locker room door afterward, the Lebanon High girls hockey team accomplished much of what it sought out of Tuesday night’s rematch with neighboring Hanover. Hold down the state’s top forward? Check. Play disciplined defense and get a big game from the goaltender? Check and check. Leave Campion Rink with an upset win? Well … can’t always get …

Local Roundup: Hanover Girls Answer Cavalier Challenge

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Hollis, n.h. — Hanover High girls basketball coach Dan O’Rourke believes a third meeting with archrival Lebanon — this time in next week’s NHIAA Division II state tournament — could be in the offing. Both the Marauders and Raiders still have a game to play, but Hanover did its part to set up …

Conservation Nonprofit Restructures Leadership

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Charlestown — The Student Conservation Association has restructured the leadership team at its Charlestown location. The changes come following the appointment of a new CEO, Jaime Matyas, last September. Valerie Bailey, of Charlestown, has been named vice president for New Hampshire operations and special projects. During her 35 years of experience with SCA, Bailey has filled a variety of executive roles, including that …

A Chilly Championship: Hanover Takes Flight for Another State Title

Friday, February 13, 2015

Newport — Call it six degrees and jubilation. On a night that was so cold you thought you’d never be warm again, Hanover High rekindled the triumphant glow, winning its third consecutive state ski jumping championship and concluding …

A Woman’s Place Could Be in the Gym … If Only More Would Apply to Be H.S. Basketball Coaches

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Claremont — Some things are hard to understand. When Title IX was adopted in 1972, forcing schools to offer and fund female and male athletics equally, there was a bit of an upheaval when men were hired to …

‘Pompy’ Becomes a Priority: Ompompanoosuc’s E. Coli Problem Gets Renewed Attention

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Volunteer efforts to combat a long-running water quality issue in the Ompompanoosuc River have ebbed and flowed over the years as time and funding were available. But recently, residents have refocused their attention on the high E. coli …

At the Hospitals: Feb. 8, 2015

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Family Medicine Physician Joins New London Hospital New London — Amy Schneider, a family medicine physician, has joined New London Hospital. Schneider has cared for patients and their families in Andover, N.H., since 2004, most recently at Andover …

Marion Bratesman

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Norwich, Vt. — Marion Bratesman, formerly of Norwich, died Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015, at the age of 99, in Portland, Maine from complications of dementia. She was best known for her work at Dartmouth beginning in 1960 as the original director of public relations for the Hopkins Center …

Hanover Students Advocate Free Condoms at High School

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Hanover — Students on Hanover High School’s governing council are proposing that the school nurse begin to provide free condoms to students. The school principal, however, does not appear inclined to support the plan, which also would require …

Local Roundup: Mascoma Boys Basketball Catches Winning Fever

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

West Canaan — If winning can be contagious, it’s safe to say the Mascoma High boys basketball team has caught the bug. The Royals used a collective hot-shooting touch to beat visiting Stevens 71-47 on Tuesday night. Mason …

Norwich Police, Fire Facility Plan Goes to Voters

Monday, February 2, 2015

Norwich — After years of debate regarding the town’s public safety facilities, voters will finally have the chance to approve a plan for renovations of the police, fire and public works departments at Town Meeting in March. The Selectboard last week voted to send a $3 million bond …

We Can Weld It! Class Helps Women Gain Metalwork Experience in Comfortable Setting

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Hartford — Soul music pouring from the shop speakers competed with the clanging of a hammer on metal and the electric sizzle of welders on a recent evening at Hartford Area Career and Technology Center. Wearing masks or …

Kearney Settles for Second in Lake Placid

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Wilmington, n.y. — In front of family and friends, Hannah Kearney put on a show. But it wasn’t enough for the 28-year-old mogul skier from Norwich to overtake Canada’s Justine Dufour-Lapointe, the overall World Cup leader and reigning …