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September 28, 2016 top stories
Oxbow begins principal search

BRADFORD—Oxbow has formally begun looking for a new principal after the man currently holding down the job was placed on leave earlier this month and has since been arraigned for drunk driving.
Orange East Supervisory Union Superintendent Beth Cobb has been directed by the Oxbow School Board to advertise for an “anticipated opening” for an interim principal to lead the high school for the remainder of the year. Current principal Doug Harris, who has been in the post for two years, left the school for medical reasons shortly after the new academic year began. The initial leave became effective on Sept. 6 and was to remain in effect through the end of the month.

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History on the move in Warren

WARREN—On Sept. 22, traffic in downtown Warren was stopped when the historic Nicol blacksmith shop was wheeled about 1,500 feet down Route 25 to a new site behind the Warren Historical Society, where it will host additional displays for the historical society’s collections.
The blacksmith shop was built in 1903 by William Boyd Nicol and his brother, both of whom were blacksmiths.
More recently, the blacksmith shop building was owned by Ab and Patricia Wilson and housed a gift shop, at one point called the Village Smithy.

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE—Anne-Marie Ballam, art teacher at Haverhill Cooperative Middle School, had her students make pinwheels and add their interpretation of the CARES message, which at HCMS means cooperation, assertion, responsibility, empathy and self-control. Once done, they adorned the walkway for the rest of the day.

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Radio mainstay
celebrates milestone

WELLS RIVER—A local institution known for celebrating birthdays and anniversaries is celebrating one of its own. Puffer Broadcasting, the family behind the WYKR and WTWN radio stations, will celebrate 40 years on the air next month.
For four decades, residents in both New Hampshire and Vermont have relied on the radio stations for local news, weather, sports coverage, school information and community events all while playing some good music along the way. That’s one of the keys to their success. The radio stations were started by local people who know their listeners and their listeners know them.

Senior care wing set to open

WOODSVILLE—Cottage Hospital’s new $2 million geriatric behavioral health unit named for the late Ray Burton is set to open its doors on Oct. 1.
The 10 single-bed units will provide both psychiatric and supportive medical care services to those 65 years or older suffering from acute psychiatric, behavioral or emotional issues. This can include depression and mood disorders, dementia, anxiety disorders, and other mental illnesses. 
An open house event on Sept. 22 drew community members and dignataries to the hospital with food, music, and tours of the completed wing. At the event, Cottage Hospital CEO Dr. Maria Ryan spoke about the new wing, called Ray of Hope.

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