Public Hearing for Indoor Range in Warner Postponed Again
Warner’s planning board voted Monday night to give the Town of Hopkinton and the Central NH Regional Planning Commission a voice as abutters for a proposed indoor shooting range and convenience store. After hearing from a dozen of officials and residents from Warner, Hopkinton, Weare and Concord the Board decided the project had the potential for impact on the region and voted to postpone the public hearing for another two weeks.
This is the second delay for shooting range proposed by Dragonfly Holdings LLC. The first hearing was delayed for two weeks after a complaint by abutter Madge Tech Inc. Madge Tech Inc. stated they were not notified of the March Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) hearing where a special exception for the project was granted. The ZBA has decided not to rehear the application. Warner Planning Board Chairman Ben Frost said Madge Tech has appealed the decision to NH Supreme Court.
The next meeting of the Planning Board is scheduled for May 1 at 7:00 pm in the Lower Meeting room in the Warner Town Hall.

Planned Outage by Eversource
Eversource announced a planned outage for today while crews work in Danbury. Residents in Danbury, Alexandria, Grafton, Orange and Wilmot NH will be without power while the crew replaces obsolete equipment and enhance electric reliability for the area. The rain date for the project is Thursday, April 20.

Construction Worker Killed at VT Windmill Project
A Maine construction worker was killed yesterday at the Deerfield Wind Site in Searsburg VT. Vermont State Police say 59 year-old, David Sprague of Winham Maine was operating a crane under high tension lines when the crane struck one of the lines. Sprague was electrocuted and pronounced dead at the scene. An autopsy will be performed by the VT Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.

NH State Police Raise Money At Boston Marathon
Members of the New Hampshire State Police raised over $8,700 for “Cops for Kids with Cancer” during the 121 Boston Marathon on Monday. The money will be donated to a NH family in their time of need. The team surpassed their goal by nearly $4,000 this year. The NHSP thanks everyone who supported their team.

Dog Food Recall
Party Animal, Inc. is recalling specific lots of two varieties of its Cocolicious canned dog foods. The recall comes after they have tested positive for the euthanasia drug, pentobarbital. The following products are affected by the recall: Cocolicious Beef and Turkey, 12 ounce cans, Lot # 0136E15204 04 with a best by date of July 2019. Cocolicious Chicken and Beef, 12 ounce cans, Lot # 0134E15 237 13 with a best by date of August 2019. Consumers with questions may contact the company by phone at 855-727-8926 or by email at