Daily Archives: August 5, 2017

What If It Was A Republican Governor Who Left for the Democrat Party?

The defection of a Republican Governor to the Democrats would be a complete repudiation of Trump and the GOP. There would be non-stop coverage at every level and local stories by local reporters in all the New Hampshire Media, for days, … Continue reading

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North Country Gets $2.2 Million for Border Projects

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The Northern Border Regional Commission has awarded more than $2.2 million in federal funds to 13 development projects across New Hampshire. The projects range from a septic wastewater treatment station in Whitefield to parking in Lancaster to … Continue reading

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Tall Building Kills Man In Portmsouth

Police believe a 27-year-old man found dead on a sidewalk in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, had fallen from the roof of a three-story building. Police Chief Robert Merner said first responders were notified by an Uber driver about someone lying on … Continue reading

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When the “Militia” Takes days off

You’ll have noticed that there has not been much content from New Hampshire bloggers lately. That’s because they appear to be spending time enjoying the summer, with families, or working. They aren’t creating much content. I don’t begrudge them that but … Continue reading

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Dead Body in Franklin, Killed 6-Weeks Ago

Police say a man found dead in Franklin, New Hampshire, had been killed six weeks before the body’s discovery and an arrest. The Concord Monitor reports that court documents indicate 24-year-old James Brock was shot in the head around June 21. … Continue reading

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A pictures Worth…. Shaheen and Hassan Look Like…

There’s more than enough material on the VA in Manchester, so I figured I’d share this picture from the recent event in Manchester. | AP

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After Promising to Solve Opioid Crisis, N.H. Advocates Waiting for Trump

While she might not agree with the President’s description of New Hampshire as a “drug-infested den” — as far as Kriss Blevens is concerned, his sentiment is spot-on. “How he said it, maybe isn’t how a majority of us would … Continue reading

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Veterans cemetery considered in northern New Hampshire

STARK, N.H. (AP) — Officials are looking into creating a second state veterans cemetery, this one in northern New Hampshire. New Hampshire established its veterans cemetery in Boscawen 20 years ago. Officials are looking at about 20 acres in the … Continue reading

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Shaheen Justifies Leaking of Trump’s Conversations With World Leaders

Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (N.H.) on Thursday justified the leaking of President Donald Trump’s conversations with world leaders. … “My experience is that when people feel like they need to leak something like that, it’s because they have concerns about what’s … Continue reading

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Carroll County to address 467 labor violations

Robichaud said the inspection covered the period from April 2015 to October 2016. He said the labor department has proposed a fine of $48,100 but that there is room to negotiate it down. The labor department is proposing a civil … Continue reading

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