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Northcountry News October 26, 2012

Northcountry News October 26, 2012

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The Northcountry News is a bi-weekly paper serving approx. 10,000 people in over 40 communities in the Western White Mountains Region of NH and the Upper Connecticut River Valley of both NH and VT
The Northcountry News is a bi-weekly paper serving approx. 10,000 people in over 40 communities in the Western White Mountains Region of NH and the Upper Connecticut River Valley of both NH and VT

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 Eastern Coyotes typically weigh 30-50 pounds and are 48-60 inches long, approximately twice the size of their close relative, theWestern Coyote. Eastern Coyotes have long legs, thick fur, a pointy snout, a drooping bushy black-tipped tail and range in color  from a silvery gray to a grizzled, brownish red. The average life span of a wild coyote is only four years! Though coyotes areoften mistaken for a domestic dog hybrid, recent genetic research has attributed the Eastern Coyote's larger size and uniquebehavioral characteristics to interbreeding with Canadian Gray Wolves. Unlike the wolf or domestic dog, coyotes run with their tail pointing down. For those who call coyotes coydogs, it is a much misused term! There is currently no evidence to support that in the Northeast, and coydogs seem to be a common myth. In fact, current DNA sampling of coyote tissue in the Northeast showsno coyote/dog crosses what-so-ever. However, they do have a mixture of wolf DNA. - John Green, Warren, NH Photo
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The Lincoln Board of Selectmen was pleased toannounce the selection thisweek of Alfred "Butch"Burbank as the new town man-ager of Lincoln. Mr. Burbank replaces former Lincoln TownManager Peter Joseph, who leftearly last month to become theTown Manager of Freeport,Maine.Mr. Burbank’s selection brings avery lengthy and competitiveselection process to an end. Thenearly 3 month long processfeatured over 60 well-qualifiedapplicants from around thecountry. The Selectboard, work-ing closely with Mr. Joseph andan interview panel consisting of local residents narrowed downthe field, and all involved were
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“The weekend is a chance tointroduce young people to deer hunting, under the careful guid-ance of an experienced adult,”said Gustafson. “You can build bonds for a lifetime while track-ing a whitetail through theautumn woods or decipheringthe sounds of the forest from atree stand. We hope hunters willspend the weekend with their sons and daughters, grandchil-dren or young friends, helpingthem learn what hunting is allabout."Gustafson notes that huntingcan also help youngsters learnabout the environment, conser-vation, tradition and ethics, andit can build a deep and abidingappreciation for the wildlife andwild places that many of our cit-izens and visitors cherish. New Hampshire has offered aspecial youth deer hunt since1999. Nonresident youth may participate in New Hampshire’syouth deer weekend only if their state of residence allows NewHampshire youth to participatein its youth deer hunt.For more about NewHampshire’s youth deer huntingweekend, visitwww.huntnh.com/Hunting/Youth_deer_wknd.htm.For more information on deer hunting in New Hampshire,visitwww.huntnh.com/Hunting/Hunt_species/hunt_deer.htmtleton, NH
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very impressed with Mr.Burbank’s knowledge and expe-rience.Mr. Burbank, a resident of near- by Thornton, brings a wealth of knowledge and over 38 years of local government experience tohis new position. Mr. Burbank currently serves as Chairman of the Thornton Board of Selectmen which has affordedhim a good deal of hands-onmunicipal management experi-ence and understanding of localand regional issues unique to theWhite Mountains Region of  NH. He brings a strong sense of community and a broad under-standing of local government tothe position. Most recently,Burbank served as Health &Safety Advisor at the NewHampshire Local GovernmentCenter where he has worked for the past 9 years. Mr. Burbank also retired as Chief of theWaterville Valley Department of Safety where he worked for approximately 27 years.O.J. Robinson, the chairman of the Lincoln Board of Selectmen,said that Burbank had the fullsupport of the board. “He reallyunderstands the needs of a com-munity. He has a good under-standing of how to deal with the public and how to be open andengaging.”Mr. Burbank plans to start work in Lincoln on October 29th.

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