Thursday Feb 20
The Brattleboro Reformer
National debt worries New Hampshire senator
With a pie chart displayed on one screen and an upward-ticking national-debt calculator on another, U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte left no doubt about her biggest concern.
Sen. Ayotte makes stops in southwestern NH for town hall meeting
About 50 people filled the VFW for the town hall. "There's a huge concern about the medical device tax," said Quinton Farrar of Keene, after the town hall.
Rindge: Two men indicted on theft charged
Jarod Kot, 25, of New Ipswich and Talon Facteau, 23, formerly of Jaffrey, were indicted on charges of burglary by a Cheshire County grand jury on Jan. 27. Both men were scheduled to be arraigned on Feb. 5, but Kot's arraignment was postponed due to snow until Feb. 7. Kot failed to appear, and an arrest warrant has been issued.
Lambert For Congress Weekly Update
Col. Lambert was busy again this week, traveling the second Congressional District meeting with voters and discussing the issues.
No retrial for now in 1989 NH fire that killed 4
The New Hampshire man accused of setting a 1989 fire that killed a family of four is free after state prosecutors declined to retry him following a mistrial in December.
Bail set at $25k for Keene woman charged in frienda s hit-and-run death
She continues to be held at the Cheshire County House of Corrections. Her trial is scheduled to start May 24. Burroughs is accused of being behind the wheel of the vehicle that hit and killed cyclist Keon E. Ioannou, 48, of Keene, around 1:50 a.m. on Nov. 2. She was arrested later that morning at the home she shared with Ioannou.