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Beverly (Legare) Hatch, 84, of Powder Spring Road, Groton, Vt., went to be with the Lord on Monday, Jan. 4, 2021. Beverly suffered for four long years with Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s and was cared for at home by her husband and caregivers.

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As schools across the North Country report positive coronavirus cases, White Mountains Regional School is the latest to report two new cases.

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As Coos County sees a skyrocketing number of positive coronavirus cases, White Mountains Regional High School in Whitefield reported its first case on Thursday, and Colebrook Academy and Elementary School, after reporting its first case last week, now has six confirmed positives.

Because the Vermont State School Nurses’ Association (VSSNA) decided not to host an in-person state conference this fall, Sophia Boyle Hall, at right, (VSSNA president), presented Jeanne Nummelin, RN, Care coordinator at St. Johnsbury Pediatrics with the 2020 J. Ward Stackpole, MD Recognition Award, in person, on Sept. 2. Each winter, the VSSNA asks Vermont school nurses to nominate a health professional who is an extraordinary supporter of their work. The award is presented to individuals who support school nurses’ commitment to child health. Nummelin has been a nurse for 35 years. For the last 20 years, she has been part of the St. Johnsbury Pediatrics team. (Courtesy Photo)