Daily Archives: July 27, 2017

Keene City Council to Vote on Bringing Pumpkin Festival Back to Downtown

The Keene City Council will soon decide whether to approve the return of the Pumpkin Festival. At its peak, the festival drew tens of thousands of people to Keene and set world records for the most lit Jack o’ lanterns … Continue reading

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Roy Stewart described as a fighter for Bedford taxpayers

BEDFORD — Friends and family gathered on Wednesday to pay their respects to a Bedford man described by those who knew him best as the town’s fiscal watchdog. Roy H. Stewart, one of the founders and the former president of the … Continue reading

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Combat Vet Gives Powerful Testimony Against Trans Troops

“Serving in the military is a privilege, not a right. And it is sure as hell not a social experiment.” Iraq combat vet and wounded warrior J.R. Salzman is certain “war is no place for people who are mentally, emotionally, or physically confused … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Challenge to Voting Commission Gets Hearing

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A challenge in New Hampshire to the collection of states’ detailed voter information by President Donald Trump’s commission on election fraud has been scheduled for a court hearing. A hearing has been scheduled for Monday, Aug. … Continue reading

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ICE chief wants to slap smuggling charges on leaders of sanctuary cities

The country’s top immigration enforcement officer says he is looking into charging sanctuary city leaders with violating federal anti-smuggling laws because he is fed up with local officials putting their communities and his officers at risk by releasing illegal immigrants … Continue reading

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US marshals: New Hampshire ‘fugitive of week’ found tanning in backyard

U.S. marshals say they found a New Hampshire “fugitive of the week” tanning in a family member’s backyard in Massachusetts and arrested her. The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force featured 35-year-old Amy Beth Tremblay in local media in New Hampshire … Continue reading

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School Choice: Implementation in Public Schools

Rich talked to Felix Alvarado, Headmaster at Straight “A” Academy, for Is Our Children Learning.  Felix discussed the idea of school choice, sharing about the accomplishment of Success Charter Academies in New York, and they tackled the perceived effects of educational Unions. | Page | Girard at Large

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NH State Police Bag NH Man With Kilo Of Fentanyl

A Queen City man was arrested yesterday and held on $500,000 cash bail after a multi-month Operation Granite Hammer drug investigation in New Hampshire, according to state police. Kory Almand, 34, of Manchester, was arrested on July 25, 2017, and … Continue reading

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Camp Constitution Wont Be Returning to Rindge in 2018

Camp Constitution, the conservative camp for kids which featured a “climate realist” as a speaker this year, won’t return to its Rindge site in 2018. InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, which owns the Toah Nipi Retreat Center, contacted Camp Constitution Executive Director … Continue reading

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Ex-Exeter Guidance Counselor Kristie Torbick Faces More Sexual Assault Charges

New charges have been brought against a former Exeter High School guidance counselor. Kristie Torbick has been indicted by a Strafford County grand jury on a charge of aggravated felonious sexual assault and two charges of felonious sexual assault. The … Continue reading

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