Lebanon Police Arrest Bethel Couple for Drug Possession
Two Bethel VT residents are facing drug charges after being stopped by s Lebanon detective for a traffic violation on Monday. Police say after Stefen Schenker, 32 and Jennifer Tozzi 28 were stopped; a record check showed both had active arrest warrants for theft. While being processed Tozzi was found possessing 10 rocks of crack cocaine and 3 bundles of heroin each containing 10 packets. Schenker was found in possession of a small amount of heroin. Both were charged with Possession of a Narcotic Drug and held overnight on $2,500 cash bail. At their arraignment on Tuesday Schenker was released on $500 cash and Tozzi was held on $2,000 cash bail
Colby-Sawyer College Gets Composter
Colby-Sawyer College has installed a $32,000 Ecovim composter in its dining hall. The composter can handle up to 50 percent of vegetable food waste from ending up in the landfill. A gift of $10,000 from Hannaford Charitable Foundation supported the purchase. Students in the Principles and Practices of Sustainability class taught by Jen White ’90, director of Sustainability and assistant professor of Environmental Studies, researched organic waste solutions and chose Ecovim as the best option.
NH Residents Can Register for Boating Classes Online
New Hampshire residents can now register boats and boating education classes on line. On Tuesday, Colonel Robert L. Quinn of the New Hampshire State Police announced a partnership with Kalkomey Enterprises LLC to provide residents for online registration for boating education and exams.
The new feature allows anyone with an internet connection to visit the Boating Education program’s website, view upcoming course and exam dates then register and pay online for them. It also allows users to search by zip code to find the course nearest to them.
New Hampshire law requires anyone 16 years of age or older to have a valid safe boater education certificate when operating a boat with an engine of 25 horsepower or greater on any public waters.
Visit the Boating Education website at http://www.boatingeducation.nh.gov for more information.
Executive Council Holds Public Hearing for Jerry Little Appointment
The NH Executive Council is holding a public hearing on Friday on the nomination of Gerald H. Little of Weare, NH for commissioner of the NH Banking Department. Before winning his Senate seat Little led the New Hampshire Bankers Association for more than two decades. Governor Hassan nominated the NH Senator in early February for the position. Members of the public are invited to comment during the public hearing at 3:00 pm in the Executive Council Chambers in the State House in Concord.
Little was elected to Senate District 8, which stretches from New London down to Antrim in 2014 his seat will remain vacant until the until election.