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PIGSKIN PRIMER
01-03-2023 2:15 PM

Pigskin primer


PREPARING FOR TAKEOFF
01-03-2023 2:12 PM

Preparing for takeoff


City may curtail political signage
01-02-2023 8:07 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — The City Council will consider tighter regulations for placing political signs on public property, in an effort to reduce aesthetic blight along roads and to contain the proliferation of signage during elections.The council has scheduled...


Local roundup: Windsor girls still the team to beat in dominating win over WRV
12-31-2022 4:17 PM

WINDSOR — Sophomore Sophia Rockwood had 24 points, including 14 in the second quarter, to lead the Windsor High girls basketball team to a 56-31 win over White River Valley in a rematch of last year’s VPA Division III semifinals.The Yellowjackets...


Local roundup: Hartford boys hockey wins holiday tournament
12-29-2022 5:49 PM

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The Hartford High boys hockey team won the 2022 Philippe Bouthillier Holiday Classic, which the Hurricanes hosted at Barwood Arena, with a 5-3 victory Wednesday over Burr & Burton.Hartford’s goals came from Lochlan Park, Joseph...


A call for life-saving shelter
12-23-2022 10:58 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — City officials, residents and community support groups said the Upper Valley needs to have more emergency shelters and other temporary housing accommodations to combat homelessness, at a candlelight vigil this week.Over 60 people gathered on...


Lettuce shortage: Leaves people wanting more
12-17-2022 10:02 PM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — About a month ago, Upper Valley Co-op Produce Manager Robert Lucas started noticing something strange about the price of lettuce.Yes, inflation had been causing food prices to rise. But this was different.“This is...


Driver killed while off-roading
12-12-2022 9:25 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

LEBANON — Snow and icy conditions contributed to the vehicle accident that took the life of a 59-year-old Lebanon man while he was off-roading at his property on Eastman Hill Road on Monday morning, according to Lebanon police.Michael Michalenoick,...


Mass eviction in West Lebanon puts tenants in tough spot, worries city officials
12-10-2022 10:14 PM

By NORA DOYLE-BURR

WEST LEBANON — Randy Purtteman, an Army veteran, and several of his neighbors received a letter on Veterans Day last month notifying them that the new owner of the apartments at 22 Maple St. would be evicting them on Dec. 12 to allow for...


Lebanon in-home care agency faces 3rd investigation of stolen wage claims
12-03-2022 11:59 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

On a January morning in 2019, after she got off her 24-hour shift as an in-home care assistant for an elderly woman in Pomfret, Jeannie Ayer got a call from owner of the agency she worked for. Her boss asked to meet at the Dunkin’ Donuts across the...


Dartmouth Health sees financial losses mounting, cites staffing costs
12-01-2022 1:53 PM

By NORA DOYLE-BURR

LEBANON — Driven largely by staffing expenses, costs are outstripping revenues at Dartmouth Health, New Hampshire’s largest private employer, according to filings with bondholders last week.The Lebanon-based Dartmouth Health saw a $22.1 million loss,...


Wetlands an issue for 436-apartment complex proposed in Lebanon
11-22-2022 9:57 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — A proposal to build a 436-unit apartment complex in a former brickyard on Hanover Street will need to address an array of public concerns, including the potential impact on wildlife and traffic congestion, according to city planning...


Lebanon homeowners getting the worst of shift in property tax burden as valuations soar
11-05-2022 10:29 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — City officials are preparing residents for the prospect of significantly higher property tax bills in November due to the surge in residential home values versus nonresidential properties during the last year.Single-family homes in the city...


NH Senate race sees healthy competition between paramedic, doctor
11-02-2022 2:45 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — Energy costs, education and public health are among the top issues identified by New Hampshire Senate candidates in District 5, where state Sen. Sue Prentiss, D-Lebanon, will face Republican challenger John McIntyre, a neuroradiologist from...


Lebanon High cross country runner moving toward the next step
10-27-2022 10:24 AM

By TRIS WYKES

Lebanon High cross country runner Birhanu Harriman exploded onto the Upper Valley running scene last fall, extending his season to the Northeast regional race at Van Cortlandt Park in Bronx, N.Y.College coaches took note of the 5-foot-5, 115-pound...


Leveling a legacy: 75-year-old ski jump demolished at Storrs Hill in Lebanon
10-22-2022 10:10 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

LEBANON — At 8:21 a.m., a crack like rifle fire shot through the cold autumn air, and with one short tug from an 85-horsepower John Deere skidder, the ski jump structure at Storrs Hill Ski Area collapsed into a heap of splintered wood.“I was here at...


Traffic a concern for 196-unit apartment project planned in Lebanon
10-13-2022 10:44 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — Members of the Lebanon Planning Board said they still have major questions about the traffic impact of a proposed 196-unit apartment complex at the former Kleen laundry facility on Mechanic Street, including a nearby intersection with a...


Executive director exits nonprofit Listen
10-13-2022 2:23 AM

By NORA DOYLE-BURR

LEBANON — Listen Community Services Executive Director Kyle Fisher, who had been on leave since early September, resigned last week, according to the organization’s board chairman.Fisher had served as Listen’s executive director since 2016. He took...


Upper Valley restaurants still struggling to hire adequate staff
09-26-2022 8:54 PM

By LUCY ROBACK

LYME — Dire labor shortages are being felt across the country and the situation is no different in the Upper Valley. Tami Dowd, owner of Dowd’s Inn and Latham Tavern in Lyme, is down to roughly 60 employees, a third of what her staff was last year,...


Lebanon football falls on hard times
09-26-2022 7:41 AM

By TRIS WYKES

LEBANON — The Lebanon High tailback received a handoff Saturday night and was met a step later by a trio of Souhegan tacklers. Driven backwards, the hapless Raider wound up beneath five or six opponents and five or six yards behind the line of...

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