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SMARTPHONE & TABLET USERS

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DESKTOP USERS

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LAST WEEK’S WINNERS

No aces for Quiz No. 15, but we did have several sixes! So we are doing two of the top scorers (randomly chosen) and one from the rest of the bunch (also randomly chosen).

THE WINNERS OF QUIZ NO. 15 ARE:

  • Kris Karlson (6 of 7!)
  • Patty McIlvaine (6 of 7!)
  • Kiel Alarcón (random winner!)

CONGRATS! Comment on our Facebook or email us at uvindex@vnews.com to let us know if you want to come by the Valley News to pick up your loot or if we should pop ’em in the mail.

THE CORRECT ANSWERS TO QUIZ NO. 15:

Q1. Hartford officials are dealing with which concerns related to the town’s cemeteries?
A. Patchy record-keeping, private cemetery organizations running out of funding and a lack of public interest in maintaining cemeteries (all of the above).

Q2. Dartmouth College is hosting three “informational sessions” to get feedback on what?
A. Three sites for potential new dorms.

Q3. The previous owners of Beverage King in West Lebanon, which was recently purchased by Victor and Jay Patel, had owned it for how long?
A. Six decades.

Q4. What is the favorite NFL team of Stevens High football coach Paul Silva?
A. Miami Dolphins.

Q5. In his Over Easy column, Dan Mackie lamented the fact that he can no longer watch which TV show due to changes at WNNE-TV?
A. Jeopardy!

Q6. Where did Habitat for Humanity recently help an Upper Valley family build a home?
A. Sharon.

Q7. Which Valley News staff member shivered in disgust when trying one of the new Polar Seltzer flavors?
A. Tim Camerato.

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