Second Man Arrested in Claremont Purse Theft
A second man has been arrested in connection with a purse theft in Claremont on June 19, 2016. Claremont Police said Jeffery Patterson 27 of Plainfield was arrested on Tuesday as an accomplice to Brenden Harriman 18 of Lebanon who was arrested last month. Police said on June19, the victim had her purse forcibly taken while putting groceries in her car
An investigation into the incident led to Patterson’s arrest in Springfield VT by Springfield Police. Patterson was subsequently held at the Southern State Correctional Facility as a fugitive from justice. The Claremont Police Department was aided in this investigation by the Lebanon Police Department, Springfield, VT Police Department Arrowhead Motors, Dunkin Donuts and the store managers at Hannaford Supermarket.
Road Repairs in Lebanon
The Lebanon Department of Public Works will be doing hot mix paving maintenance weather permitting from July 13 – July 20 between 6:30 am and 2:30 pm.
Initial work will begin on True’s Brook Road from the Lebanon Line westerly in direction for approximately 4,750 lineal feet, and along Poverty Lane, beginning near the bridge over I-89, heading in a south-easterly direction for approximately 1.2 miles.
The travelling public should proceed with caution, select alternate routes, and expect delays with alternating traffic patterns.
Colby Sawyer to Offer Master Nursing Program
Any questions/concerns should be directed to Bruce Temple, Assistant Director of Public Works, at 603.448.3112
Colby-Sawyer College will expand its nursing education options this fall by offering its first Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.). The 37-credit program was developed with Dartmouth-Hitchcock (D-H), the college’s longtime partner in the health professions, Program graduates will be eligible to sit for their Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) certification exam. CNLs are highly skilled clinicians who focus on outcomes-based practice and quality improvement. CNLs oversee the care coordination over a group of patients using evidence-based practice and provide care to patients in complex situations.
Colby-Sawyer’s M.S.N. program, co-designed by nursing leaders from Colby-Sawyer and D-H, will initially enroll a cohort of 12 part-time students from a segment of DHMC employees to fill the demand for the new role of Clinical Nurse Leader. Applications from the D-H system and other health care organizations are now being accepted for the fall semester.