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Please join us as we honor LAWRENCE M. KELLY Retirement Dinner & Celebration • May 13th For more information and to register call Tri-County CAP at 752-7001 FRIDAY, MAY 6, 2011 Are Black Flies, Fleas & Ticks bugging your pets? We Can Help! Not Y our Average P et Supply St ore... • Black Fly Protection! • Frontline and NEW Advantix for Flea & Tick Protection! • Grooming Supplies! • Yard Cleanup Supplies! • Lupine Guaranteed Collars & Leads and Pet ID Tags! • Full Line of Pet Supplies! • Puppy Playgroups & Doggie B-Day Parties! • Gifts for Pets & Pet Lovers! • Visit our Doggie Bakery! • Pets Welcome! VOL. 23 NO. 74 CONWAY, N.H. MT. WASHINGTON VALLEY’S DAILY NEWSPAPER 356-3456 FREE Dittmeyer death still a mystery Authorities haven’t released any new information in over a week BY ERIK EISELE THE CONWAY DAILY SUN CONWAY — It’s been a week since authorities held a press conference to announce they would not be releasing information from Krista Dittmeyer’s autopsy for at least another month. Since that announcement there has been no more information coming out of investigators regarding the death of the 20-yearold Portland mom. Dittmeyer's car was found April 23 in a Mount Cranmore parking lot with the engine running, emergency flashers on, and her infant daughter inside. Five days later, Dittmeyer's body was found in a Cranmore snow-making pond. The investigation into her death is being treated as "suspicious," but the autopsy yielded no conclusions as to the "cause and manner" of death pending toxicology results. see DITTMEYER page 8 Sordi elected budget chair Rt. 16, N. Conway, NH 603-356-7297 All 17 seats are filled for committee’s first meeting since election Soha ib Sid d iqu i,M D BY LLOYD JONES THE CONWAY DAILY SUN Lookin g for a w ell-train ed , com passion ate,d edicated , frien dly Fam ily Physician team ? Look no fu rth er. Dr.Sid diqu i& Deb arehere to serveyou r prim ary care n eed s.Specialinterestsin heartdisease, hyperten sion , & hyperlipid em ia. Saco River Medical Group atPleasant& M ain St. in Conw ay 447-3500 Ed Stevens has been curator of the Henney History Room at the Conway Public Library for nearly two years. (TOM EASTMAN PHOTO) Stevens leaving library, bound for Boise BY TOM EASTMAN THE CONWAY DAILY SUN CONWAY — The good news is that curator Ed Stevens has enhanced the technological capabilities of the Conway Public Library's Henney History Room in his 20 months at the post, adding to the computer work started by his late predecessor, David Emerson. The bad news is that come the end of this month, he's leaving. The library is currently advertising on its website and in publications, including The Conway Daily Sun classifieds section, for a replacement to fill the 20 hours-a-week post, which is being advertised as paying between $16 and $16.50 per hour, plus benefits. Library director Tara Thomas said that as of Tuesday, 10 candidates had applied. Stevens, 73, is leaving May 30 but has agreed see STEVENS page 11 Farm by the River B&B with Stables Mother’s Day Gift Certificates Available Ride or Stay & Ride • Open Daily N. Conway • GIDDY-UP & RIDE 603-356-6640 CONWAY — All present and accounted for. All 17 seats on the budget committee were occupied Wednesday night, a first for the town, as the committee held its first reorganization meeting since the historic election last month that welcomed a record eight new members aboard. Although a little snug in the meeting room at Conway Town see SORDI page 12 Kids Fishing Derby FR ID A Y $5 B U R R ITO S !!!! • 730-7087 • Open at 11am Corner of Kearsarge & Main St., No. Conway Village Monday-Thursday 11-3 • Friday-Sunday 11-8 May 7th • Registration 8am • Fishing 9am-12pm Rain or Shine • Carroll County Fish & Game Club, Madison For further info call Dave Warren (603) 662-3838

The Conway Daily Sun, May 6, 2011

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