Daily Archives: May 11, 2017

Police: Woman throws noodles at Merrimack resident during argument

Okay, but what kind of noodles? MERRIMACK, N.H. (AP) — Police in Merrimack, New Hampshire, say a woman has been charged with disorderly conduct after she threw noodles at someone during an argument. More… | AP

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Leftist Protesters Shout Down (a DIfferent) Gay Journalist at Portland State University

The latest example is a name many of us are unfamiliar with. Chadwick Moore did a profile of Milo for the gay magazine Out, and writes for various other gay-interest publications. This didn’t buy him any credence with the Left, as his speech at Portland … Continue reading

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Phoenix Trump Nazi Billboard Funded with Taxpayer Dollars

A controversial billboard depicting President Donald Trump as a Nazi was funded with taxpayer dollars and was commissioned by an “arts advocate” paid by a U.S. city to “diminish barriers,” records obtained by Judicial Watch reveal. The massive billboard caused … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Economy Continues to Set the Pace In New England

New Hampshire’s economic output grew by 3 percent in 2016, the fourth-highest rate in the country. More… A new report from the Bureau of Economic Analysis shows the state’s finance and insurance sector helped fuel that performance, along with gains … Continue reading

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Democratic rep (Sherry Frost) in spotlight for Twitter comments

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire Democratic state representative Wednesday defended comments she made on Twitter that men telling her to calm down make her homicidal and that white, Christian men represent a terrorist problem. More… | AP

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FairPoint upgrades broadband service in 13 NH towns

FairPoint Communications has completed the broadband expansion projects in 13 New Hampshire towns, providing them with faster speeds and in some cases first-time access to its 18,000-mile fiber-optic network, the largest fully-owned and managed fiber-based network in northern New England. More… … Continue reading

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Sununu Says He’ll Sign Marijuana Decrim Bill

CONCORD, NH — After many years of back and forth arguing, bills approved, and then vetoed by governors that were Democrats, New Hampshire will probably soon be joining its neighboring New England states in decriminalizing small amounts of marijuana. The … Continue reading

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Coos County looks to update zoning rules

For the first time in three decades, zoning regulations for the unincorporated areas of Coos County are being comprehensively reviewed and updated, and by early summer, it is expected that residents will have a chance to comment. More… | NHBR

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Did House Rep. Sherry “F***er” Frost Violate RSA 15-b?

Good Question. Here’s the RSA. Did @frostnhstaterep VIOLATE RSA 15-B by accepting a 'gift' of representation from a lawyer? #NHpolitics #NHHouse pic.twitter.com/abrPN3ZHtF — Kimberly Morin (@Conservativeind) May 11, 2017

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Vermont Poised to Legalize Pot

Montpelier — With a historic vote on Wednesday, the Vermont Legislature became the first in the country to send a marijuana legalization bill to its governor.The House passed the latest version of a legalization proposal on a vote of 79-66. … Continue reading

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