Monthly Archives: September 2017

UNH nixes fireworks at football to create safe space for horses

DURHAM — The University of New Hampshire Department of Athletics announced the fireworks show after the Saturday, Sept. 30 football game (6 p.m., ESPN3) between the 15th-ranked Wildcats and Bryant University were cancelled to support the UNH Fall Horse Trials … Continue reading

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UNH: Sex assault down, hate crimes up

UNH’s Durham campus saw a 50 percent decrease in the amount of on-campus rapes in 2016 in comparison to the previous year. Campus rates of crime in 2016, not including the categories of fondling, domestic violence, liquor laws arrests, drug … Continue reading

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Not A Lot Of Syphilis in NH But NY Ranked #1

Centers for Disease Control – Sexually transmitted disease (STD) rates across the country are going up for the third year in a row according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). New York ranked highest in our region for reported … Continue reading

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Boo Hoo – “Bias Incident” Reported at Dartmouth College

In an email addressed to West House residents this evening, West House professor Ryan Hickox and assistant director of residential education for West House Ted Stratton wrote that a bias incident had been reported as of Sunday night. The incident … Continue reading

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Weare man facing more than a dozen child porn possession charges

WEARE — A Weare man is facing more than a dozen felony charges of child sex abuse image possession after he was arrested by police Friday. Michael Cisto, 54, is facing 14 charges of possession of child pornography. He is … Continue reading

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Scorecard Data Released for NH Colleges

New data is available from the federal Department of Education on the costs and performance of New Hampshire’s universities. The new numbers are available on the College Scorecard, an online tool created by the federal government. It’s designed to let students … Continue reading

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Remember Those ‘Climate Mayors’ Who Swore to Uphold the Paris Agreement?

Earlier this year a group of mayors clung together in the name of the Paris Climate Accord. They insisted, wrongly, that the “treaty” was necessary and they intended to take action locally to support its goals. Some 379 municipal leaders signed on … Continue reading

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NH Should Not Offer Incentives to Amazon

CONCORD — Under no circumstances should state officials offer special economic development incentives to try to land Amazon’s newly announced second headquarters (HQ2), Andrew Cline, interim president of the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy, cautioned today. Granite Staters would … Continue reading

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WMUR News 9 and White Supremacists

Ray Buckley -Chairman of the New Hampshire Democrat Party- was recently taken to task, and deservedly so, for referring to disaffected voters who might be inclined to vote for President Trump as “white supremacists.” | More…

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Fair weather free speech

Now, this also means that people who have different opinions than you can also do the same, and truthfully, you can’t get mad about it. You can disagree with them about their political views, you can think they are the … Continue reading

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