Cavendish VT Man Injured in Crash
A Cavendish VT man is in DHMC after his motorcycle collided with a car just before 7 am on Wednesday. Vermont State Police say fog prevented 74-year old Thaddeus Buckley from seeing 47-year old David Neenan’s Harley until he signaled to make a left hand turn off Route 131 in Cavendish. Buckley veered to the right and Neenan veered to the left when they collided. Neenan became trapped under Buckley’s 2010 Volvo and was extricate by emergency personnel. Neenan was taken to Springfield Hospital and later transferred to DHMC due to multiple torso fractures and a dislocation fracture of his right ankle.
Ohio Governor Kasich Visits New London
Ohio Governor John Kasich walked around New London before greeting a standing room only crowd at Whipple Hall on Wednesday. Kasich opened the Town Hall meeting telling those in attendance a bit about his background and said his mother in law got her degree from Colby Sawyer College.
Kasich took questions from the public including the hot topic of immigration. The Governor said he believes in putting up a fence or wall to secure the borders but wants a path to citizenship.
Kasich also touched on his religious views saying he believes that God has a purpose for everyone to be successful and happy a person needs to find out what their purpose is in life.
NH Hunters Can Share Their Harvest
New Hampshire hunters can share their fall harvest with the needy through the “Hunt for the Hungry” program at the New Hampshire Food Bank. This fall, the food bank is collecting donations of whole or processed game animals to distribute to over 400 food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless shelters and group homes statewide.
Last year the Hunt for the Hungry program took in approximately 1,200 pounds of donated deer, bear, moose and other game meat for the needy.
Hunters wishing to donate game should call the Food Bank at 603-669-9725 ext 245 for packing instructions. If hunters donate a whole, deer or moose they can bring it to Lemay and Sons Beef in Goffstown, N.H. (603) 622-0022, for processing for the food bank at no charge. that the N.H. Food Bank is not equipped to accept donations of wild game birds, such as wild turkey or grouse.