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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