Daily Archives: April 18, 2017

Manchester Man Fires Two Shots – PD Brings Batmobile

Rifle-toting police blocked off a portion of Allied Street, a quiet east Manchester residential area, and sent in the Bearcat just after 2 p.m. Jose Nunez, 50, of 51 Allied St. was eventually taken into custody and charged with reckless … Continue reading

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Domicile Deliberation: Why Not to Support Senate Bill 3

Rich dedicated the segment to informing the listeners about why they should not support Senate Bill 3. He talked about a lack of required information when registering to vote and living in a dorm as a demonstration of intent to … Continue reading

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Wilton, NH: Fire chief promises “escort” which never happens

When a school building is devoid of students, that’s a good time to show you what sort of messages it is sending your kids via its walls. Two folks have already questioned me for doing this but refused to identify … Continue reading

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A Nice Roundup from Right to Know New Hampshire

RTKNH keeps tabs on legislation that affects RSA 91-a in New Hampshire, our Freedom of Information statute. Today they posted a list of RTK articles that are worth a look. | Right to Know NH Get Your New Media Militia updates … Continue reading

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Vape Lounge in Manchester Loses License

Police, the city solicitor, and the state liquor commission investigated and filed a petition with the state to revoke the license, police said in a release Tuesday. According to the petition, police responded to multiple calls and investigated employees and … Continue reading

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Leaven for the Loaf Turns Five

Five years ago today, I put up the first post on Leaven for the Loaf. Pro-life issues in New Hampshire seemed like a tiny niche for a blog, but I plunged in anyway.  Thank you for plunging in with me. … Continue reading

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Court Ruling Favors Feds over Hampton Fisherman

A Federal Court has sided with the Government and NOAA in the ongoing effort to put local New Hampshire Fisherman out of business. A group led by New Hampshire fisherman David Goethel sued the government over the rule change. The … Continue reading

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Hydro-Quebec revenues could fall short in Northern Pass’ first year

In the current electricity market, Hydro-Quebec would not generate enough revenue to cover its costs during the first year the Northern Pass transmission project operates, Eversource officials told state regulators Monday. More… | NHBR Get Your New Media Militia updates … Continue reading

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Help decriminalize carrying loaded rifles and shotguns

Please contact your State Senator and ask that they support Senator Avard’s attempt to introduce Rep. Proulx’s amendment on the Senate floor. Ask your Senators to vote for the amendment that will decriminalize the carrying of loaded rifles and shotguns … Continue reading

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Town fails to disclose meeting between Chairman Blomback and Selectman French

Henniker’s Select Board continues on their violation rampage. The Select Board no longer demonstrates reasonable knowledge of how to govern openly. More… | OnlyHennikerBruce.com Get Your New Media Militia updates on Facebook or Twitter

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