Daily Archives: August 7, 2017
Court records show a man charged with killing a western Missouri police officer on Sunday has been wanted on a warrant in New Hampshire since 2013. The Missouri State Highway Patrol is searching for 39-year-old Ian McCarthy of Clinton, Missouri, … Continue reading
You would think that after many parents in New Hampshire have refused to let their children take the standardized test, school administrators would lighten up a bit and stop bullying and misleading parents. I do have to mention that some … Continue reading
Microbrews, nanobrews, tasting rooms, and seasonal pours…independent craft beer is on the rise in New Hampshire, but what is its economic impact? For beer fans and non-drinkers alike, the increase in small breweries is affecting New Hampshire tourism and small-town … Continue reading
Dear Chairman Hunt, At your last meeting, the committee decided to defer action on the request of the Department of Insurance for a federal waiver until you could ascertain my view on the Department’s proposal. Today New Hampshire’s individual health … Continue reading
This morning I spent some time on the Girard at Large Radio program. The two topics of interest were a recent controversy in the state over Human trafficking and a change in leadership at GraniteGrok.com.
CONCORD, NH — Two elected officials and the ACLU who had planned to sue the state to keep it from releasing the voter registration database to the recently formed Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity have dropped their lawsuit after Bill … Continue reading
Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald announces that New Hampshire will receive $70,808.24 in restitution and other recoveries from the Celgene Corporation (Celgene). New Hampshire has joined with other states and the federal government to settle allegations that Celgene engaged in … Continue reading