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Plymouth State University to test siren on Wednesday

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth State University will test its PSU Alert Emergency Outdoor Siren on Wednesday, September 10 at noon. At that time, the emergency siren will sound for about five minutes in approximately 30-second intervals.

The purpose of the PSU Alert Emergency Outdoor Siren is to notify campus and community residents, staff and visitors to an imminent threat or danger. Emergency management officials urge residents, staff and patrons of local businesses to shelter in place when the siren is sounded. During the emergency siren alert test, PSU staff, safety personnel, emergency responders and others will be located throughout campus to verify the strength of the emergency signal and to assist individuals with locating the nearest building to shelter in place until the conclusion of the siren test.

PSU’s Alert Emergency Outdoor Siren is located on a pole adjacent to the Hartman Union Building on High Street and should be audible outdoors for approximately a one-mile radius. The emergency alert communication systems will also be tested on and off campus.  Questions or comments regarding the PSU Emergency Alert Siren test can be sent to: Chief Public Relations Officer Timothy Kershner at 535-2476, or PSU Director of Public Safety Richard Bailey at 535-2111, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Last Updated on Thursday, 04 September 2014 08:07

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‘Keep More of Your Money’ talk in Plymouth

PLYMOUTH - Financial Professional, and small business owner, Brandon Archibald conducts the seminar A Business Owners Guide to Keeping More of YOUR Money on Wednesday, September 17 from noon to 1 p.m. at Pease Public Library on Russell Street in Plymouth.

A Business Owners Guide to Keeping More of YOUR Money is filled with the author’s

hard-earned wisdom, custom tailored for the needs of small business owners; the heart of our nation’s workforce. In this seminar participants learn how to cast off your financial torment by learning the basics of minimizing your tax burden, including the importance of paper profits versus actual profits; who to depend on for your tax preparation and who to trust for proactive strategies; how to make the most out of taxes as a self-employed professional; how to legally keep as much person income as possible tax-free; and more. With wit and wisdom, A Business Owners Guide to Keeping More of YOUR Money gives individuals the knowledge needed to face next April – and all the tax days after for years to come – without fear and loathing.

Archibald is an Advisor & a published Author. His registered investment advisory firm, The Ivy League Advisory Group, LLC serves professionals in the greater Boston area from their headquarters in central NH. There is no charge for this event, but seating is limited, so reserve a spot in advance by calling 536-1001 or emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


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Correction: New Hampton trail not yet wheelchair accessible

NEW HAMPTON — A caption printed in yesterday's paper incorrectly stated that the Nature-Fitness Trail in New Hampton is wheelchair accessible. While the committee constructing the trail plans to include a fully accessible section, the trail is still under construction and is not currently suitable for those in wheelchairs.

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Program on NH loons september 10 at lake winni museum

LACONIA — Lake Winnipesaukee Museum is presenting "Loons in New Hampshire, Doing Quite Well, Thank You" on Wednesday, September 10th at 7 p.m.

This talk will focus on the last 25 years of information about the survival and distribution of the common loon throughout New Hampshire. Maps, generated using GIS (Geographical Information System), will be used to show population growth and spread over time. Data collection methods will be reviewed. Trends in the loon population, loon habitat, nesting habits, hatchling survival and dispersion patterns will be presented.

Russell Congalton, Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, is a professor of GIS and remote sensing at the University of New Hampshire. He received a Faculty Excellence Award in 2005. His research interests are divided almost equally between basic research on spatial data uncertainty/map accuracy and applied research applying the tools of remote sensing, GIS, and spatial data analysis to solving natural resource problems. These projects have included deer and bear habitat mapping, endangered plant habitat analysis, mapping forest change, fire and fuels management, and eelgrass mapping, to name just a few.

This lecture is free for members and for non members there will be a $5 fee. Call 366-5950 to RSVP.

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