Daily Archives: July 11, 2017

This just might ‘Bug’ You

Although ticks, mosquitos, and emerald ash borers get all the attention, New Hampshire is full of beneficial insects.  From predators to parasites to pollinators, countless species enhance our ecosystem. We identify these helpful insects and learn how they help in … Continue reading

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New Hampshire researchers extend strawberry season

New Hampshire’s strawberry season traditionally lasts only four to six weeks. However, researchers working on the multi-state TunnelBerries project were picking day-neutral strawberries in Durham last November. Last year, researchers harvested strawberries grown in low tunnels for 19 consecutive weeks … Continue reading

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The Election Law Commission Is Coming To Town

In a few months, maybe weeks, the President Trump Election Commission will start taking public testimony. This has the leftist, progressives, Marxists, college professors of gibberish, and our star media all in a panic, to say the least. They will … Continue reading

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A Massachusetts “Invasion” of the Granite State You Might Not Mind So Much

Already one of the best-selling craft vodka brands in New England, V-One is now available in 35 of the Granite State’s liquor outlets. V-One founder Paul Kozub, who attended Exeter to play prep basketball, is happy to be back in … Continue reading

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NH AG: Two police fired weapons, Keene man wounded

KEENE — A man was wounded Monday afternoon when two police officers fired their weapons during a confrontation Monday afternoon on Wilford Street, authorities said. The man was taken to a local hospital and is being treated for his injuries, … Continue reading

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Andy Sanborn: Why he thinks he’s the best candidate to Challenge Carol Che-Porter

State Senator Andy Sanborn, speaking at the CNHT Picnic this past weekend, took a few minutes to offer a short, simple set of reasons to support him for Congress in New Hampshire CD-1 in 2018. |Source page GrokTALK! |  Audio … Continue reading

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The business of flying unmanned aerial vehicles, also known as drones, is soaring. In 2016, over 2,500 drones were registered in New Hampshire, the bulk of which were for recreational use. Commercial application of drone technology could reach $127 million … Continue reading

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Police: Laconia man faces felony charges over gun incident

LACONIA — A city man is in custody following a report of a gunshot that was heard in the area of a Gilford Avenue residence on Sunday night. Police said they received a report of a person being threatened with … Continue reading

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Turkey Will Only Agree to Paris Climate Deal if There’s Free Money

It’s always been about global socialist redistribution. The U.S. decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement means Turkey is less inclined to ratify the deal because the U.S. move jeopardizes compensation promised to developing countries, President Tayyip Erdogan said … Continue reading

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Francestown Village Store shuts its doors after 203-year run

After more than 200 years of continuous operation, the Francestown Village Store closed its doors for the last time on Thursday. On its last day, owners Christina and Rob Wohle opened the store for its regular morning coffee crowd and … Continue reading

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