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Town Meeting: Longtime Norwich town clerk retiring after 30 years
03-07-2023 8:18 PM

By JIM KENYON

For nearly 30 years, Norwich Town Clerk Bonnie Munday has issued dog licenses, recorded property transactions, handled election preparations and performed the other daily duties that come with the high-profile public office.As Munday, 65, heads into...


Jim Kenyon: Prosecutor rightly abandons case
03-04-2023 8:40 PM

By JIM KENYON

Less than 24 hours before Friday morning’s court hearing to restart criminal proceedings against Scott Traudt for allegedly assaulting a Lebanon police officer in 2007, Grafton County Attorney Marcie Hornick ended the charade.It was the right...


Jim Kenyon: Time for DHMC nurses to get organized?
03-02-2023 1:45 PM

By JIM KENYON

On two occasions in the last 15 years, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center nurses have initiated union drives only to see the efforts fizzle out.Will this time be different? A group of DHMC nurses are working behind the scenes to convince their...


Jim Kenyon: Dartmouth Health budget cuts come from afar after executives’ pricey office move
02-10-2023 7:06 PM

By JIM KENYON

In an “internal” message sent out to thousands of employees last month, Dartmouth Health declared belt-tightening measures were a must as it tries to close a $120 million budget gap by the end of September.In other words, most workers shouldn’t expect...


Jim Kenyon: Long road to reversal for man convicted of assaulting Lebanon cops
01-14-2023 6:12 PM

By JIM KENYON

After more than 14 years of legal wrangling to erase his conviction for assaulting a Lebanon police officer during a late-night traffic stop, Scott Traudt can finally claim victory.In an 18-page ruling released Jan. 3, Grafton County Superior Court...


Jim Kenyon: Store manager accuses Hanover Co-op of racial discrimination
05-22-2022 1:06 AM

By JIM KENYON

When the Hanover Consumer Cooperative Society announced it was looking for a new chief executive, Doren Hall was eager to apply.The opportunity to oversee the Co-op’s four grocery stores, two automotive service centers and a commercial kitchen was a...


Jim Kenyon: Claremont thrift store offers a little help to cancer patients going a long way
02-27-2022 8:26 AM

By JIM KENYON

When her best friend — in her late 20s, married with three children — was battling cancer, Johanna Stone searched for a way to help.What did Stone come up with? Yard sales.Stone set about raising a few dollars at a time to ease the financial burdens...


Jim Kenyon: Nonprofit Listen adds spendy boutique to Lebanon thrift store
01-25-2022 4:34 PM

By JIM KENYON

A thousand bucks for a coat? (Granted, it’s 100% cashmere.) What about $250 for a designer winter jacket with a faux fur collar? And $100 for a chic blazer that looks like it could belong in Nancy Pelosi’s work wardrobe? Welcome to Listen Boutique,...


Jim Kenyon: Charlestown prosecutor running up charges against police provocateur
01-09-2022 7:18 AM

By JIM KENYON

When a police officer uses his immense powers to make an unmerited arrest, it’s the job of a prosecutor to — at the very least — use her own discretion. Call it righting a wrong.Unfortunately, Charlestown prosecutor Jessica Hodgman either lacks the...


Jim Kenyon: Charlestown takes the bait of YouTube police provocateur
11-07-2021 7:23 AM

By JIM KENYON

The town of Charlestown has become a YouTube sensation in recent weeks, but not in a good way.Charlestown’s troubles began when a YouTuber named Marc Manchon, who lives south of Concord, showed up to film vehicles coming and going from Whelen...


As Hartford breaks up encampments, homeless people have nowhere to go
10-23-2021 9:39 PM

By JIM KENYON

Just about a year ago, Keith Gokey moved into a new home in Hartford. It wasn’t much. A 6-by-10-foot cabin with walls made of water-resistant foam sheets and a wood floor raised slightly off the ground to help ward off the elements. A small propane...


Remembering 9/11: His life shattered, a husband picks up the pieces
09-11-2021 10:28 PM

By JIM KENYON

Anna Allison, who made frequent business trips to California, often set up her schedule to leave Boston’s Logan International Airport on Mondays.But following a monthlong break from work in the summer of 2001, the software developer, who had started...


Jim Kenyon: Andy Sigler saw success, but also saw the little guy
07-13-2021 9:34 PM

By JIM KENYON

Andy Sigler was a captain of industry who earned millions as the CEO of Champion International, once the largest forest products company in the U.S. that made everything from plywood to copier paper.In 1984, after he stepped in to save a competitor...


Jim Kenyon: Controversial alumnus, donor puts a black mark on Dartmouth College
10-14-2020 9:33 AM

By JIM KENYON

When I saw a construction crew toiling away this summer on the facade of the Black Family Visual Arts Center in Hanover, my spirits soared.Could Dartmouth actually be removing the Black name from one of its leading downtown buildings?No such luck.On...


Andy Harvard, Part One: A Mountaineer Laid Low
06-09-2016 4:18 PM

By Jim Kenyon

Editor’s Note: This story was originally published Nov. 22, 2015.I’m fairly certain Andy Harvard’s story is one that Dartmouth College doesn’t want told. But it needs to be. The secrecy has gone on far too long.Seven years, and counting.So let’s...

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