Via Craig Shute on Facebook.
Titles TBA. Via Rural Outright:
MARK YOUR CALENDAR! We’re partnering with Amplified Arts to bring the Queer Film Series to Claremont! Join us the second Friday of September, October, & November at AMP — more information coming soon! 💜🎥
“Ever since I was young, this has been a very straight town,” Skylar Ford, 15, said. “Kids and anyone who needs support will know that there is support.”
From noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Claremont’s first-ever Rural Pride 2018 event will take place at the Visitor’s Center Green, 14 North St. The rain date is Sunday. Click here to read more in today’s Out & About column.
The SAU 6 School Board has voted to terminate the contract of Superintendent Middleton McGoodwin effective June 30, if McGoodwin does not resign before the middle of next month, according to a copy of a letter from the board obtained by the Valley News. Read the full story here.
The investigation into Kibbe and another former Claremont officer, Mark Burch, was initiated in March.
Separately, Jim Kenyon reported on Sunday that an incident where Kibbe shot and killed a Claremont man in 2016 is getting a second look:
After a 3½-week investigation (in 2016), then-New Hampshire Attorney General Joe Foster announced that Kibbe’s use of deadly force was “legally justified.”
But 19 months after the shooting, Foster’s successor, Gordon MacDonald, has ordered a review of the case.