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Lucky 7 News Quiz No. 6 is open until June 21

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LAST WEEK’S WINNERS

We’re giving away pins and sticker packs to everybody who aced it plus two random “participation trophies” (s/o to the Random Name Picker lol). It seems like Quiz No. 5 was another toughie, because once again, we only had one person who scored 100%!

AND THE WINNERS ARE:

  • Lucas Devries (7 of 7)
  • Brian Benkel (random winner)
  • Dee Roberts (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. 5:

Q1: The following pictures were taken by Valley News photo intern Carly Geraci for a feature about Upper Valley diners. Which one shows The Lebanon Diner?
A: Option C.

Glenda Shoop, of Lebanon, N.H., sips her coffee before meeting up with a friend at The Lebanon Diner in Lebanon on May 10, 2018. “It is a very nice place to come,” Shoop said.(Valley News – Carly Geraci) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

Q2: Which of the following happened in Sunapee recently?
A: A man visiting his family’s gravestone found that someone had etched a date of death next to his name.

Q3: What was added to the Register of Historic Places in one of the Twin States this month?
A: Newport Airport Hangar.

Q4: A bear was shot and killed in Cornish this week after it attacked what?
A: Chickens.

Q5: Which Woodstock Union High School team recently won its second straight championship title?
A: Girls tennis.

Q6: Which annual event drew large crowds in Lebanon on Saturday, June 2?
A: A yard sale organized by the Lebanon United Methodist Church.

Q7: What do a group of scientists at BeBop Labs in New Hampshire want you to send to them?
A: Ticks.

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Lucky 7 News Quiz, No. 5, is open until June 14

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LAST WEEK’S WINNERS

We’re giving away pins and sticker packs to everybody who aced it plus two random “participation trophies.” 😉 It seems like Quiz No. 4 was a toughie, because we only had one person who scored 100%!

AND THE WINNERS ARE:

  • Natalie Smith (7 of 7)
  • Dana O’Neill (random winner)
  • Sue Crislip (random winner)

CONGRATS! Comment on our Facebook post 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. 4:

Q: What was the name of the alpaca being shorn in the photograph package that ran on page A1 of Tuesday’s (May 22) Valley News?
A: Zora.

Q: Vermont officials have said they will reject a plan proposed by the Quechee Lakes Landowners Association to treat which invasive aquatic plant species in Lake Pinneo?
A: Eurasian watermilfoil.

Q: The African-American soldier who was honored on Saturday, May 19, in Plainfield fought in which war?
A: Revolutionary War.

Q: When New Hampshire Fish and Game Bear Project Leader Andrew Timmins recently said, “He has been a real local advocate for the bear,” who was he talking about?
A: Michael Hinsley of the Hanover Fire Department.

Q: After receiving an angry email with a profanity in it from developer Mike Davidson, who was upset about comments Erling Heistad made to the Valley News about Davidson’s properties, how did Heistad sign off on his response email?
A: Have a super day.

Q: What kind of jersey did sports page editor David Bailey loan to web editor Maggie Cassidy during Episode 5 of Well-Dressed Sports Heads?
A: Northeastern Huskies football.

Q: UV INDEX: New Hampshire officials are asking people to stop touching what?
A: Fawns.

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Lucky 7 News Quiz, No. 4: You have until June 7 for a chance to win!

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ANNOUNCING PARTICIPATION TROPHIES

Going forward, you could possibly win a pin even if you fail (lol). We will be awarding a UV pin and sticker packs to up to three of the top scorers (folks who score 7 out of 7), PLUS drawing another random winner from EVERYBODY who participated that week!

SPECIAL TWO-WEEK QUIZ: DEADLINE JUNE 7

UV INDEX is taking the week of May 27-June 2 off. So you have an extra week to complete this quiz! Get it done by June 7 for a chance to win.

LAST WEEK’S WINNERS

Thanks so much to everyone who took our first Lucky 7 News Quiz!!!! Just like last week, we’re STILL feeling generous, so we’re giving away pins and sticker packs to everybody who aced it, plus one of several people who scored 6-of-7.

AND THE WINNERS ARE:

CONGRATS! Comment on 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. 3:

Q: Nick Zwirblia used his 10 years living in the Upper Valley as background for his book, “The Bramford Chronicles, Book I.” What was Zwirblia’s nickname when he worked at Dartmouth College from 1986 to 1995?
A: Happy Hop Guy.

Q: How many years elapsed between Thetford Academy alumna Rita Brown DeGoosh’s 1,000-point basketball milestone and the ceremony honoring her achievement?
A: 56.

Q: What is the purpose of the bulb-outs being installed on Bethel roads?
A: Bulb-outs help to calm traffic.

Q: In discussing a building boom in White River Junction, former Hartford Selectboard member Ken Parker described a time when the streets were “chockablock full” of people at both 3 p.m. and 3 a.m. When was that, according to Parker?
A: The late 1940s and early 1950s.

Q: According to a Jim Kenyon column, Thetford resident Christopher Wren wrote that “___________ is a great way to perpetuate the curiosity you developed as a child.”
A: Journalism.

Q: As part of a class project, what are students and adults sharing in Lyme as a way to get to know each other?
A: Hand-written letters kept in a journal.

Q: UV INDEX lucky No. 7: Why did Nick Fabrikant use a “crystal element” in the design of his bench, installed in downtown Hanover in 2013?
A: His parents, who ran the Rosey Jekes clothing store, got their start by selling crystals in the street.

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Lucky 7 News Quiz, No. 3: Take the quiz until May 24

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ANNOUNCING PARTICIPATION TROPHIES

Going forward, you could possibly win a pin even if you fail. L O L

LAST WEEK’S WINNERS

Thanks so much to everyone who took our first Lucky 7 News Quiz!!!! Just like last week, we’re STILL feeling generous, so we’re giving away pins and sticker packs to everybody who aced it, plus one of several people who scored 6-of-7.

AND THE WINNERS ARE:

  • Brent Fraser (runner-up)
  • Ann Sharfstein
  • Hayden Smith
  • Corinne Girouard

CONGRATS! Comment on 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. 2:

Q: What’s the design on the new VT Munchies food truck, often parked at Colburn Park in Lebanon?
A: Red-and-black Buffalo plaid pattern.

Q: What did a Claremont fourth-grader recently petition the City Council for?
A: To monitor traffic on South Street and potentially reduce the speed limit.

Q: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center recently celebrated the 125-year anniversary of Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. How much did Hiram Hitchcock pay for the hospital’s construction in 1893?
A: $220,000.

Q: What is “orbiter,” as explained in a Close-Up story by reporter EmmaJean Holley?
A: Both B, a mechanical ride at a fair, and C, the name of the exhibit by photographer Nicholas Gaffney currently on display at AVA Gallery and Art Center.

Q: Which Upper Valley native is toying with the idea of running for attorney general of New York state?
A: Zephyr Teachout.

Q: After Hanover baseball beat Lebanon on May 9, what gift did a Hanover player give to Athletic Director Mike Jackson, who is retiring in June?
A: Potted plant.

Q: UV INDEX bonus: What was the source of noise emanating from the skies over the White River Junction area for two Tuesday nights in a row?
A: Black Hawk helicopters.

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Lucky 7 News Quiz, No. 2: Take the quiz until May 17

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LAST WEEK’S WINNERS

Thanks so much to everyone who took our first Lucky 7 News Quiz!!!! For this inaugural quiz, we’re feeling generous, so we’re giving away pins and sticker packs to everybody who aced it, plus one of six people who scored 6-of-7.

AND THE WINNERS ARE:

  • Kelly Hyson (runner-up)
  • Celeste Pfeiffer
  • Gigi Martin
  • Melanie Benzel

CONGRATS! Comment on 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. 1:

Q: What’s the name of the Valley News series, which published its third installment this week, about what books residents are reading?
A: What Are You Reading?

Q: Which restaurant is relocating from downtown Hanover to Hanover Street in Lebanon, with an anticipated opening this month?
A: Thai Orchid

Q: About how much would the town of Hartford need to spend to keep the Wendell A. Barwood Arena open, according to a contractor’s estimate?
A: $500,000

Q: Which longtime high school coach this week announced he was resigning to take a new sports gig at Windsor High School?
A: Rob Johnstone

Q: What kind of animal looked a lot like this emoticon — ヽ(゚Д゚)ノ — on page B1 of the Sunday Valley News?
A:  Bat

Q: Who said the following: “I want to fill the gap and I want to give the community what they’re asking for.”
A: Mehuel Patel, describing grocery items at George’s AG SuperValue in Enfield, which he recently bought with his brother Devendra Patel.

Q: And last but not least, the UV INDEX bonus: The internet this week is fighting over the definition of which abbreviation?
A: IMHO

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