Daily Archives: April 6, 2017

Full-Day vs. Half-Day Kindergarten

The following research report is written by Dr. Jody Underwood, a Croydon School Board member since 2010 and Education Fellow with the Granite Institute. Dr. Underwood received her B.S. in computer science from Hofstra University, her M.S. in computer science with … Continue reading

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GOP House Leaders Scramble for Deal

Uncertainty remains over whether New Hampshire House Republicans can agree on a budget plan as the chamber runs up against a Thursday deadline for sending a spending plan to the Senate. The House Finance Committee’s $11.9 billion plan, which was … Continue reading

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Lebanon Approves Transgender Policy

The City Council voted unanimously on Wednesday to approve a resolution calling for greater protections of New Hampshire’s transgender population and changes to city policy. The resolution calls for the City Manager’s Office to create an anti-discrimination policy that protects … Continue reading

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Palate Cleanser: When to Eat Your Biggest Meal if You’re Trying to Lose Weight

According to recent research published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, focusing the majority of your attention (and calories) on one meal in particular may actually help you lose weight — and that’s lunch. In an October 2016 study, … Continue reading

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FBI Schools Hotel Employees on Warning Signs of Human Trafficking

Andover Police announced on Wednesday that detectives have recently met with managers and employees from hotels in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire to discuss problems of prostitution and human trafficking. Keep Reading… | NH1

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Kelly Ayotte Joins Board at Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp.

Former New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte is joining the board of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation. Ayotte’s addition to the board was announced Monday by the company. News Corp is a media company with businesses in news, publishing, digital real estate … Continue reading

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Drought Conditions Improve Across NH

In the latest report Thursday morning, most of the southern half of the state is no longer in a severe drought. The state was gripped in an extreme drought – which is more serious than a severe drought — from … Continue reading

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NH House Freedom Caucus Exposes Jasper-Budget

Say what you want about the NH House Freedom Caucus, but it is undeniable that they are doing the work that the #fakenews #nhpolitics press should be doing. More particularly, House Speaker Shawn Jasper and his minions are proposing a … Continue reading

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Bedford High School Students Target a Union Leader Reporter

Rich spoke to Londonderry Lancers’ Coach Jimmy Lauzon for Sports in Our Own Backyard. They spoke about social media, telling the listeners about an incident that occurred when some Bedford High School students targeted a Union Leader reporter after he … Continue reading

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Breaking: Filibuster Busted! Senate Goes Nuclear

The nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court overcame an initial filibuster led by Democrats as Republicans unilaterally changed Senate rules, invoking the so-called “nuclear option” so that President Donald Trump’s high court nomination can proceed. More… | … Continue reading

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