Daily Archives: May 22, 2017

Atlantic Prefab moves HQ to Wilton NH

WILTON — Atlantic Prefab Inc. is moving its headquarters out of the Gate City and into a new, larger space in Wilton. Atlantic Prefab, one of the largest manufacturers of prefabricated steel trusses and prefabricated, prefinished wall panels in New … Continue reading

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Woman calls cops worried semen in thermos might explode

Felicia Nevins called police after worrying the thermos she was using to store sperm and dry ice in for her artificial insemination could have exploded. Nevins hadn’t even told her family about her fertility journey, but she says the sheriff’s … Continue reading

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Disagreement at State House over payment for Gardner’s participation on Trump election commission

NH Taxpayers have paid enough so that Mr. Gardner can ignore vote fraud. Make the feds pay for this particular charade. Top Democrats and Republicans in the New Hampshire Legislature disagreed Monday over whether Secretary of State William Gardner should … Continue reading

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NH State supreme court reverses rape conviction

The New Hampshire Supreme Court has overturned the conviction of a former Belknap County Deputy Sheriff convicted of sexually assaulting an inmate he was transporting to the state prison.The court issued a decision Monday on the appeal of Ernest Justin … Continue reading

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Trump’s Unsung Deregulatory Achievements, And Democrats’ Efforts To Strike Them Down

The MSM doesn’t like to spread the news about Trump’s quiet successes deregulating a wide swath of last-minute Obama regulations, which were handed down by executive agencies in a hurry once Barry realized that his legacy was not going to … Continue reading

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Out-of-State Funding of the Special Election and Allegations of Violent White Women

Rich spoke to Kimberly Morin of NH Political Buzz for Politically Buzzed.  Kimberly began the segment by talking about the funding of the upcoming special election by Let America Vote, an out of state organization. More… Girard at Large | … Continue reading

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Gorham settles resident’s suit alleging violation of rights for $6,500

GORHAM — To “buy peace,” the town has settled a lawsuit brought by resident Robert Balon, who sought $875,000 in damages and to have Police Chief Paul Cyr Jr. fired for allegedly violating Balon’s “constitutional rights with demands and threats.” … Continue reading

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St. Paul’s School: dozens of staff sexual misconduct claims, allegations

CONCORD – An independent investigation commissioned by St. Paul’s School found substantiated claims of sexual misconduct by 13 former faculty and staff members at the elite prep academy. St. Paul’s released the findings of the investigation Monday. More… *| UL

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NH Right to Life: Fetal Homicide Hearing on Tuesday

We need your help! Please contact members of the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee and ask them to support HB 156 – FN in its original form. This bill will offer justice and closure to families who lose … Continue reading

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Making Collective Bargaining Negotiations Public

Salaries and benefits are the biggest expenses in public education. They are also the biggest drivers for the continually increasing costs of running our schools with fewer and fewer students. In my school district, salaries and assorted benefits will cost … Continue reading

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