Publication: Exeter NewsLetter

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Treatment plant breaks ground in Exeter

EXETER — The town broke ground Thursday on a new $6.35 million groundwater treatment plant on Lary Lane that officials say will treat 1.5 million gallons of water a day and diversify Exeter's drinking water supply."This is a momentous day for the town ... [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
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Trees and shrubs not allowed in Stratham cemetery

STRATHAM — It's becoming a growing problem.Cemetery Trustees are reminding all lot owners that in accordance with the "Regulations Governing Cemeteries in the Town of Stratham," updated Jan. 30, 2014 and effective April 1, that the planting of trees and ... [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
Entities: Infringement, Owner
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Volunteers are 'unsung heroes' of annual festival

EXETER — Volunteerism is critical to the success of any nonprofit — and the American Independence Museum is no exception with dozens of individuals who happily, and freely, commit their time and energy in support of its mission.Just do not tell longtime ... [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
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Vermont police veteran is new East Kingston chief

EAST KINGSTON — A 26-year veteran of the Vermont State Police has been hired as the town's new police chief.Michael Manning, currently a lieutenant serving as Vermont's homeland security chief, was offered the job on Monday and accepted."The opportunity ... [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
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A summer season of change in Exeter

I had my doubts about summer actually happening this year. But now just a few weeks after Main Street School let out for the year and we're knee deep in the Exeter summer routine at my house. This means the morning rush to get Will to the Camp Lincoln ... [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
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SST students attend Florida forum on health work

Five students from the Seacoast School of Technology attended the Health Occupations Student of America (HOSA) National Leadership Conference in Orlando, Fla., June 24 to 28.The students had qualified to attend the conference by placing first, second ... [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
Entities: Healthcare, Leadership
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No injuries in Route 125 rollover in Epping

EPPING — No one was injured Wednesday morning when a pickup truck rolled over on Route 125 after it was struck by another vehicle while attempting to merge with traffic, police said.The crash occurred shortly before 7 a.m., just north of the Route 27 ... [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
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Fireworks, concert to follow festival on Saturday night

EXETER — The Exeter Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring the fireworks and band concert following the American Independence Festival.This wonderful festival finishes up with live music by SoulMate at 6:45 p.m. followed by fireworks at 8:45pm ... [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
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UFO Festival to return Labor Day weekend in Exeter

EXETER — The Exeter Area Kiwanis Club is hosting the fifth annual Exeter UFO Festival on Saturday, Aug. 30As with the past four UFO festivals, the aim is to make the event something interesting, educational, and fun for everyone. This event is based, ... [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
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Stratham Longhorns reach 11-year-old state final

STRATHAM — On Tuesday, the Stratham Longhorns put up a score the University of Texas Longhorns would be proud of — on their football field.It was just the boost the local 11-year-old Cal Ripken All-Star baseball team needed entering a showdown with crosstown ... [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
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Exeter 13s split first two Babe Ruth district games

ROCHESTER — Chris Crawford thinks he has the formula for his Exeter team to have success in the Babe Ruth 13-year-old district tournament.Now, he just needs to see the team execute it.Exeter split its first two games in the district tourney, jumping on ... [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
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Pet of the Week: Help playful, affectionate Coco with her weight-loss plan

Coco is a big girl with a big personality to match. Affectionate and entertaining, 6-year-old Coco loves to be the center of attention.Coco was brought to the New Hampshire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals because her owner was elderly ... [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]

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"It may be in the future that we lessen our reliability on surface water, whether it's a result of regulation or environmental means, and this groundwater plant will give us the ability to do that" Town Manager Russ Dean said
Existing trees and shrubs may remain providing they are not "considered detrimental, dangerous, infringing on an adjacent lot or inconvenient to the proper care of the cemetery."
"A special thanks goes out to the SouthernSouthern District YMCA and Seacoast School of Technology for this help" Williams said
"Even though I've reached my eligibility date for retirement with State Police, I still love what I do. I'm not ready to retire, so to speak, from working altogether. I've been looking for potential opportunities and saw the job posting for East Kingston. They were looking for someone who believes in community-based policing, which is something I believe strongly in" he said

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Treatment plant breaks ground in Exeter [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
Trees and shrubs not allowed in Stratham cemetery [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
Volunteers are 'unsung heroes' of annual festival [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
Vermont police veteran is new East Kingston chief [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
A summer season of change in Exeter [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
SST students attend Florida forum on health work [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
No injuries in Route 125 rollover in Epping [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
Fireworks, concert to follow festival on Saturd... [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
UFO Festival to return Labor Day weekend in Exeter [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
Stratham Longhorns reach 11-year-old state final [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
Exeter 13s split first two Babe Ruth district g... [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
Pet of the Week: Help playful, affectionate Coc... [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 5 hours ago]
Brentwood's King 'again seeking that optimism' [Published Exeter NewsLetter - 7 hours ago]
East Kingston chooses new police chief [Published Exeter NewsLetter - Jul 10 2014]
Stratham police log June 23-28 [Published Exeter NewsLetter - Jul 08 2014]
Age isn't a factor for local author [Published Exeter NewsLetter - Jul 08 2014]
Lightning sparks house fire in Epping [Published Exeter NewsLetter - Jul 08 2014]
Newmarket holding DOT grant meeting [Published Exeter NewsLetter - Jul 08 2014]
Exeter gun club denied spot at festival [Published Exeter NewsLetter - Jul 08 2014]
Exeter facing over $250,000 in Legal fees [Published Exeter NewsLetter - Jul 08 2014]
String Bridge repairs to move forward [Published Exeter NewsLetter - Jul 08 2014]
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