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Rumor mill churns trouble in town

Gossip leads to firing of four from Hooksett, N.H., positions

The four fired Hooksett town employees at the office of their lawyer, B. J. Branch. From left: Michelle Bonsteel, Jessica Skorupski, Sandy Piper, and Joanne Drewniak. The employees plan to sue the town if they are not reinstated. The four fired Hooksett town employees at the office of their lawyer, B. J. Branch. From left: Michelle Bonsteel, Jessica Skorupski, Sandy Piper, and Joanne Drewniak. The employees plan to sue the town if they are not reinstated. (Geoff Forester for the boston globe)
By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / May 21, 2007

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HOOKSETT, N.H. -- No one knows exactly where the rumor started. But everyone in this small town knows what happened when the gossip -- about a close relationship between two married town employees -- finally reached the ear of one of its subjects. (Full article: 1053 words)

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