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Wedding: Williams — Wade

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Norwich — Betsy Williams and Chad Wade were married on December 20, 2014, at Jay Peak Resort in Jay, Vt. Jim Eakin officiated the ceremony that was held in the resort’s Valhalla Room. The bride was escorted down the aisle by her parents, Marcia and Bruce Williams. Marni Wade, the bridegroom’s sister, was the maid of honor. Eric Williams, the bride’s brother, was the best man. The bridegroom’s three young nephews, Tyson Oster, Dilan Wade, and Rylan Oster were ring bearers and pulled the bride’s nephew, Gabriel Williams was pulled down the aisle in a wooden sled. Kate Obrigewitch, the bridegroom’s cousin, was the flower …

The Original, and Best

Sunday, March 29, 2015

As one of the original high school girls hockey programs in New Hampshire, Hanover High has always thrived on its tradition. With every passing season comes a new chapter of excellence, including this winter’s 19-2-1 team that won the program’s sixth consecutive state championship. The achievement is nothing new for the Marauders, who …

Ready to Serve: Ex-Hanover Player Takes Long Road to Army

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Andrew O’Leary’s winding path to college hockey resulted in an unorthodox destination: the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. The Black Knights have a long history in the sport, but unfortunately it’s not a particularly successful one. Army has never qualified for the NCAA tournament, hasn’t had a winning season in seven years …

Earl W. Thompson

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Norwich, Vt. — Earl W. Thompson, 95, a longtime resident of Norwich, passed away Tuesday morning, Feb. 17, at Valley Terrace in Wilder. Funeral arrangements are pending with the Knight Funeral Home in White River Jct. The complete obituary will be published when arrangements are final. …

Local Roundup: Windsor Boys Basketball Continues March Toward Top Seed

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Windsor — The Windsor High boys basketball team is close to locking down the top seed in the Vermont Division III state tournament — and still a long way from it as well. The Jacks continued their march …

A Life: Nancy Hoggson, 1941-2015; ‘She Appreciated the Freedom of Having a Say’

Monday, February 16, 2015

Norwich — After being diagnosed with advanced cancer in 2013, Nancy Hoggson talked with her two adult children about where she might best spend her remaining time. Returning to her hometown of Toronto, where she still had family …

‘A Tear in the Fabric of Your Life’: Compassionate Friends Offer a Ray of Hope

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Norwich — Six years ago, Sekhar Ramanathan and Tricia Briggs experienced the unimaginable. Their 31/2 year-old son, Kiran Briggs Ramanathan, caught the flu and died a few days later, on Jan. 14, 2009, after an opportunistic infection led …

Norwich Businessman Leads Benefit for Upper Valley Haven

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Norwich — Dan and Whit’s on Main Street in Norwich is at the center of town in more ways than one. It’s where neighbors pick up groceries and kibitz, where a well-worn public bulletin board promotes everything from …

Longtime Norwich Resident Shares Citizen of the Year Award

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Norwich — Martha “Marty” James, of Norwich, was recently named 2015 Citizen of the Year by the Norwich Women’s Club. She and Dan Fraser, co-owner of Dan and Whit’s, share this year’s award (see related story). The citizen …

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 …