Daily Archives: August 24, 2017

Four NH businesses recognized for support of breastfeeding moms

The New Hampshire Breastfeeding Task Force recently awarded Southwestern Community Services, Goodwin Community Health, W.S. Badger and Hannaford’s Supermarket in Plymouth for their lactation support programs. All four businesses received the Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace award for developing a breastfeeding policy, … Continue reading

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Racial bias concerns still linger at UNH

DURHAM — Senior Megan Esperance, incoming co-chair of the Black Student Union, had never feared for her safety on the 91-percent white University of New Hampshire campus – until this past spring. “Going to Holloway Commons (dining hall), I was … Continue reading

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NH Fugitive Caught Hiding Inside Apartment

This week’s U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force Fugitive of the Week is behind bars, according to Deputy Marshal Jeffrey White. Adam Walter Searles, 28, was arrested on Aug. 24, 2017, on an outstanding arrest warrant issued back in May by the … Continue reading

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Timberline Board Member Earns $24,000 from School District they “Oversee”

Do you think it is appropriate for school board members to have occasional work from the district they are charged with overseeing? Tonight your school board will be talking about “Conflicts of Interest.”  Thanks to Right to Know information I … Continue reading

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Dartmouth Professor Advocates Preemptive Violence by Left-Wing Thugs

Dartmouth College professor, Mark Bray was on Meet the Press where he advocated for preemptive violence by groups like AntiFA. … Bray, who is a visiting scholar at the Gender Research Institute at Dartmouth (GRID) has views so extreme that Southern Poverty Law Center president Richard … Continue reading

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Civil War re-enactors and the complexity of the Confederate statue debate

Speaking this weekend in Hillsboro at the 19th century-themed Living History Event, Gen. Ulysses S. Grant refused to criticize the statue memorializing Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. Yet the general also refused to tolerate racism during Reconstruction, when bigots tried … Continue reading

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Fr. Imbarrato: “Decisive Strategies” Needed (to save children’s lives)

Father Stephen Imbarrato of Priests for Life paid a visit to New Hampshire recently, leading a prayer vigil outside Manchester’s Planned Parenthood office before speaking to an attentive audience about effective pro-life action. “We aren’t doing enough: that has to … Continue reading

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