Rosealma (Rose) Lihatsh, 98, of Concord, NH, was called Home by her Savior Jesus on Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020, surrounded by her loving family and friends. She was born to Alberta and Philip... Read more
Darby E. LaBerge, 62, of Borough Road in Charlestown, NH, died at his home on December 11, 2019, after a battle with cancer. Darby was born in Springfield, VT, on June 22, 1957, the son of... Read more
Community Event with Joe Biden in Claremont, NH Doors Open: 11:15 AM ETEvent Start Time: 11:45 AM ETWhere: Common Man Inn, 21 Water St, Claremont, NH 03743Event Attendance: Members of... Read more
Victor (Vic) Ferland, 59, of Grantham, NH, passed away peacefully at home Thursday, January 16th, 2020. He was born on January 5th, 1961, in Newport, VT, and attended Stevens High School. Vi... Read more
Jane Miller, of Claremont, NH, died peacefully at Sullivan County Nursing Home on January 19, 2020, at the age of 86. She was born on November 17, 1933, in Westbrook, ME. The daughter of Ste... Read more
Donald Leslie Perkins, of South Windsor CT, husband of Lorraine “Mickey” (Bushway) Perkins, peacefully passed away on the morning of January 17th, 2020. He was born in Sheffield, VT, on Apri... Read more
CLAREMONT, NH—On January 16, at 3:49 p.m., the Claremont Fire Department responded with an engine and a ladder to 67 Maple Avenue, also known as the Earl Bourdon Centre Box 0345 for an autom... Read more
Laurie L. Bateman, 54, passed away peacefully, Tuesday evening November 12, 2019, in Hospice care at Genesis, Lebanon, NH, with family & friends by her side, after a courageous 11-year b... Read more
Wanda (nee Soboll) Perras, 92, was born in Claremont, NH, on 28 April 1927. She passed on 12 Jan. 2020 at Sullivan County Healthcare. She was one of nine children of Stefan and Anna (Ankuda)... Read more
Edwin R. Leavitt, 58, passed away at home on January 11, 2020, in Claremont, NH, after a long, courageous battle with cancer. He was surrounded by family and friends. Ed was born on April 10... Read more
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Arrowhead Conditions, Volunteering and Cardboard Sled RaceArrowhead reports that “We have made lots of snow so conditions are great for tubing, skiing and riding. Also ice rink is available for use, so spread the word and come to Arrowhead for some winter fun.“This weekend, Jan 24, 25, 26, will be open Friday night, Saturday and Sunday, probably closed Saturday night for some light rain. “Some of us have been putting in 14 or more hour days making snow and doing other tasks, so a little tired. Please show your support by volunteering or encouraging others to volunteer.Could use some help weekends outside on the lifts and for ski and snowboard instructors and inside in concessions, First-aid and in the ski shop. Also need February vacation days help, noon-4PM daily. Thur. Feb. 20th and Fri. the 21st and week of the 24th. “The Cardboard sled race and pancake breakfast are coming up on February 15th; make your sleds now. Categories are youth, adult, family and business. Rules are basically the same, cardboard and tape only, no tape on running surface, wax the running surface. Make it sturdy and colorful and costumes are encouraged. Challenge your friends, neighbors and other businesses. Pricing structure has changed a little, $10 for one person, $15 for two and $20 for 3 or more." Visit the Arrowhead website for more details. arrowheadnh.com ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you all for your hard work and dedication
We are also looking for businesses to donate for the prizes !!!
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The Claremont Opera House show scheduled for this Saturday, January 25, YeeHaws and HaHas, is postponed due to illness of performer, Lexi James.The COH will be notifying people when they have settled on the new date. ... See MoreSee Less
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*** UPDATE *** - The subject has been identified. Lebanon Police Request Public Assistance in Identifying Theft SuspectOn January 18, 2020, a wallet was dropped on the ground at a local bank and was subsequently picked up by someone other than the owner. Later that morning, the victim’s credit card was used at two gas stations in Lebanon, charging a total of $308.90. The male seen in the photo below used the credit card to obtain merchandise from the stores without authorization of the card holder. Surveillance video from one of the stores shows he was seen in a dark colored Volkswagen sedan with Vermont license plates. The Lebanon Police Department is asking for assistance in identifying the subject in the surveillance photograph below. Anyone with information on the identity of this subject is asked to contact Lebanon Police Officer Tyler Hewes at 603-448-1212. Information on the identity of this subject can also be submitted anonymously to our Tip Line, 603-448-CLUE, or online at LebanonNH.gov/CLUE. ... See MoreSee Less
I am fairly confident He was hitchhiking today out of Enfield towards Lebanon on Rt 4 at about 2pm
Now that’s a face you’d know if you knew him.
The only thing missing is a name tag. Im sure they'll supply that soon enough!
such a bad neighbor
How do you spend $308.90 at a gas station merchandise? I mean I can see in gas or cash with lotto tickets.
Glad they caught the dirtbag. Finally a business that invested in good cameras!
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