Please support the Valley News during the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the local economy — and many of the advertisers who support our work — to a near standstill. During this unprecedented challenge, we continue to make our coronavirus coverage free to everyone at because we feel our most critical mission is to deliver vital information to our communities.

If you believe local news is essential, especially during this crisis, we are asking for your support. Please consider subscribing or making a donation today. Learn more at the links below.

Thank you for your support of the Valley News.

Dan McClory, publisher

Hanover officials to discuss deer management program results at meeting

Published: 2/1/2019 10:24:55 PM
Modified: 2/1/2019 10:31:54 PM

HANOVER — Town officials plan to discuss results of a special “deer management program” and reach out to more landowners who might allow their land to be used for hunting next deer season.

New Hampshire deer project leader Dan Bergeron is expected to attend, and results from a hunter survey also will be discussed, according to the Hanover Planning, Zoning and Codes Department. Hanover last year allowed 100 hunters with special permits to take up to two antlerless deer in the designated areas in a program aimed at thinning the deer herd in town.

The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday at Trumbull Hall, 187 Hanover Center Road in Etna.


Valley News

24 Interchange Drive
West Lebanon, NH 03784


© 2019 Valley News
Terms & Conditions - Privacy Policy