Sunapee Police Do Table Top Exercise
Sunapee Police Officers participated in a “table top” exercise on Monday evening. New Hampshire Homeland Security and Emergency Management Department facilitated the event. The exercise was a scenario-based situation involving an active shooter in a building. This exercise is one of many that takes place over the next 3 months in preparation for a full-scale drill at the Sunapee Middle High School.
VSP to Meet with Feds on Criminal Investigation on AG
Vermont State Police say there is no active investigation into the State’s Attorneys misconduct. The VSP received a complaint alleging criminal misconduct from the state’s attorneys who release a review last week clearing allegations made against VT Attorney General Bill Sorrell that he broke campaign finance laws. On Friday, the VSP will meet with Federal authorities to determine if an investigation is warranted, and who has jurisdiction if the investigation occurs.
Sullivan County Delegation Holds Emergency Meeting
The Sullivan County Delegation held an emergency meeting in Concord on Wednesday. The meeting followed their legislative session to discuss the office of Register of Deeds left vacant when Chaunee Baker passed away earlier this month. Representative Sue Gottling said that 11of the 13 representatives attended the meeting and voted.
For the time being the Deputy Register of Deeds, Janet Gibson will fill in.
Gottling noted that having a special election is expensive and there is an election for the office this November.
Dartmouth Sorority Suspended
A Dartmouth Sorority has received a one-term suspension. Dartmouth’s Organizational Adjudication Committee has suspended Kappa Delta Epsilon (KDE) sorority for one term, effective immediately. In addition, the suspension KDE will be on social and College probation through Jan.3, 2017. The disciplinary measures are in connection with the sorority’s violation of College Standards of Conduct during a social event at their house in November of 2015.
Reciprocal Snowmobile Weekend is Here
This weekend is one of the highlights of the winter for many resident and non-resident snowmobile riders. It is the New Hampshire-Vermont-Maine reciprocal snowmobile weekend, Jan 29-31, 2016. The tri-state event gives snowmobile enthusiasts a chance to explore new trails in northern New England. All snowmobiles legally registered in New Hampshire will be able to operate in Vermont and Maine during the reciprocal weekend. All Vermont and Maine snowmobile laws and rules must be complied with, including Vermont’s mandatory liability insurance, safety education certification and youth operation requirements. All snowmobiles legally registered to ride in Vermont and Maine will be able to operate on New Hampshire trails during the three-day open weekend.