Daily Archives: June 20, 2017

The 10 Greatest NFL Players From the State of New Hampshire

Despite the success of local teams at the college and pro levels, it hasn’t translated to individual success. NFL players born in the state have combined for one Pro Bowl and zero all-pro appearances. While those statistics are far from … Continue reading

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Where to Drink Beer in Portsmouth, NH

By now, most cities are experiencing brewing renaissances all their own. But while large coastal hubs like Boston and Portland, Maine, soak up attention on the East Coast for their beer scenes, smaller cities like Portsmouth, New Hampshire, are buzzing … Continue reading

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NH juvenile suspected in string of car thefts in 3 states

Police in New Hampshire said they are looking for a juvenile suspected of stealing nearly a dozen cars in three states. The juvenile, who police believe is from Campton, New Hampshire, was last seen in Maine, according to New Hampshire … Continue reading

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Legislative Conference Committee Recommends Bill Against Common Core

A conference committee of representatives and senators is recommending the full House and Senate pass a bill that bans the state from requiring schools to use Common Core educational standards. The bill, SB 44, also requires the state Board of … Continue reading

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Kevin Kervick: The Julius Caesar disruptors were correct

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Organic Farming is NOT Better for the Environment

Unfortunately, the most common beliefs about organic food are not supported by scientific evidence. The public believes that organic farms don’t use pesticides, but they do. People think organic food is healthier, but it’s not. Many think organic food is … Continue reading

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Rep. Debra Altschiller, D-Stratham to Discuss NH Republican War on Women

EXETER — Republicans in the New Hampshire Legislature have worked to defund Planned Parenthood, restrict a woman’s right to choose and stop paid family leave. Do these and similar actions amount to “a war on women?”To answer that question, the Rockingham County … Continue reading

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Reminder: The CNHT Annual Picnic is Saturday, July 8th

CNHT Annual Taxpayer Reunion Picnic – American Legion – Sweeney Post – 251 Maple Street – Manchester, NH 03103 – (603) 623-9145 – $15.00 / Ticket – 12 and Under Free – Saturday July 8, 2017 from 12-4:00 PM | … Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood Contract Coming to NH Executive Council on June 21st

You may or may not be surprised to learn that New Hampshire’s abortion providers bid on contracts other than the familiar Title X family planning business. Supporters of Planned Parenthood of Northern New England and the Equality Center will be … Continue reading

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Supreme Court unanimous: There is no ‘hate speech’ exception to the First Amendment

Grab your ‘shovels’ and mount your “plows” ladies and gentleman because it’s time to move some snowflakes. The Supreme Court has unanimously confirmed that there is no hate Speech exception to the first amendment. Justice Kennedy writing for four justices … Continue reading

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