Surry Man Injured in Snow Mobile Crash
NH-Fish-GameA Surry man received non-life threatening injuries from a snowmobile accident on Wednesday night. NH Fish and Game Officers say they responded to the Corridor 5 trail near Rt. 9 in Keene where Dylan Holden 25 crashed his Artic Cat snowmobile. Holden failed to make a turn and lost control of his snowmobile and drove into a ditch. He was taken to Cheshire Medical Center for treatment of his injuries. Officers say operator inexperience was the major contributing factor.

Sunapee Relators Donate $6,000 as Neighbors Helping Neighbors
At their annual holiday party and Installation last night, the Sunapee Region Board of Realtors and Affiliates (SRBR) donated the $6,000 they raised from their Neighbors Helping Neighbors committee efforts. Representatives from Kearsarge Regional Ecumenical Ministries (KREM), Wishlist NH, and area food banks accepted the donations. In the spirit of giving, SRBR also collected new teddy bears for the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth (CHAD). The event is an annual opportunity to celebrate community with colleagues and to install the newly elected SRBR officers including 2017 SRBR President Ben Cushing. The Installing officer this year was Rachel Eames, 2017 New Hampshire Association of Realtors of Realtors President.

VSP Looks to Cut Down On DUI
From now through the new year, the Vermont State Police and dozens of law enforcement agencies across the state will be working collaboratively in the national impaired driving campaign, “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over”, to detect and remove alcohol and drug impaired drivers from our highways. This campaign is supported by the Vermont Governor’s Highway Safety Program and the National Highway Safety Administration.
Traffic enforcement is a critical mission to the Vermont State Police and remains their single most effective tool in saving lives and detecting and deterring criminal activity.
During this holiday season, many parties and gatherings occur with motorists potentially making poor decisions to drive after consuming alcohol and/or drugs, increasing their chances of being involved in a motor vehicle crash dramatically and putting others at risk on our roadways. Over 50% of all highway fatalities this year involve substance impairment.
Those who choose to drink alcohol, should plan, and use a designated driver or alternate transportation.