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Nathanial Kibby Facing 205 Indictments

by Christian Mower on December 17, 2014

The State Attorney’s office released the list of 205 indictments against Nathaniel Kibby. 5 of the charges are in Carroll County and the other 200 are in Coos County.

The indictments allege that Kibby sexually assaulted and threatened his victim and her family with bodily harm. There was a news conference where a spokes person from the State Attorneys Offices asked the media to not use the child’s name or image in order to protect her privacy.

A full list of the Indictments can be found at the State Judicial Branch Website by Clicking Here


Power Outage in Conway Result of Equipment Failure

by Christian Mower on November 14, 2014

The power outage in Conway that effected 5,900 Public Service of NH customers was the result of equipment failure. According to PSNH equipment they were replacing at a substation failed. The Majority of the customers who lost power were rerouted and had power returned to them within 10 minutes. About 150 customers remained without power till about 11:30 this morning.


2014 Election Results

by Christian Mower on November 5, 2014

Looking at the election results from last night many incumbents got to keep their seats, though we have not received all of the results some elections showed clear winners. Gene Chandler of Bartlett, Ed Butler of Harts location, Karen Umberger and Tom Buco kept their seats in The NH House of Representatives. Frank McCarthy got his seat back representing district 2. Looking at the winner for Carroll County Tom Dewhurst beat incumbent Robin Gordon for Carroll County Attorny, Lisa Scott is the New Registrar of Deeds, incumbent Dave Babson kept his seat as Commissioner, and Dominic Richardi will keep his position as Sheriff after running unopposed. The State Wide Results are showing Jeanne Shaheen beating Scott Brown, Maggie Hassen a clear winner in the race for Governor. Frank Guinta beat out Carol Shea-Porter and Ann Kuster winning over challenger Marilinda Garcia by over 20 thousand Votes. Looking Across the border Paul Lepage will be occupying the Blain House once again, Susan Collins won in a landslide against Shenna Bellows,  and question 1 regarding the banning of trapping, baiting, and using dogs for hunting bears has failed. Voters in South Portland and Lewiston have split over ballot initiatives on legalizing possession of marijuana for recreational use. Voters in South Portland approved the measure yesterday, but Lewiston voters rejected it.


River Road in East Conway Reopened Earlier Than Expected

by Christian Mower on October 29, 2014

The Construction on River Road in East Conway has been completed and the road reopened to commuters. Crews started Monday working on the road in order to allow traffic to utilize both lanes of the road during the upcoming winter season. The road was originally not expected to be reopened until Friday.


The Mt. Washington Valley Chamber Annual Meeting Celebrated Community Spirit

by Christian Mower October 29, 2014 Front Page News

The Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce’s annual Meeting filled the Attitash Grand Summit Hotel with laughter and community spirit. During the event Emily Smith-Mossman and John Colbath were presented with this years White Mountains Treasure Awards for their outstanding community service and commitment to the Mt. Washington Valley. The two were congratulated in statements […]

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Maine Officials Prepared to Enforce “Voluntary” Quarantine

by Christian Mower October 29, 2014 Front Page News

FORT KENT, Maine (AP) — Maine health officials say they’re prepared to legally enforce the state’s “voluntary” quarantine on health care workers who’ve treated Ebola patients. Department of Health and Human Services Commissioner Mary Mayhew declined Tuesday to comment specifically on the case of nurse Kaci Hickox, who was confined against her will at a […]

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