Daily Archives: September 3, 2017

Sununu: Send kids back to school after Labor Day

“I am strongly considering a proposal to change the dynamic of our education system in a way that works better for our families and for our economy,” Gov. Chris Sununu, 42, told the New Hampshire Union Leader during a telephone … Continue reading

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NH Beach: Pick up Poop, or Pay Up

RYE, N.H. (AP) — A town that’s home to a popular beach in New Hampshire is putting dog owners on notice: Pick up or pay up. Officials in Rye, New Hampshire, have put up notices warning of a fine of up to … Continue reading

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Laconia Looks To Make Invisible Dog Fences Pointless

A council committee agreed Monday to have the ordinance drafted, with Councilors Ava Doyle and Armand Bolduc in favor and Councilor David Bownes against. There is already a law against an owner allowing a dog to run free and cause … Continue reading

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Pagans find camaraderie at New Hampshire’s TempleFest 2017

Folklorist and anthropologist Dr. Sabina Magliocco says Pagans attend festivals for a range of reasons, “Everything from seeking to immerse themselves completely in Pagan culture, to reconnecting with old friends, experiencing nature in the company of other Pagans, and participating … Continue reading

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Labor Day Weekend – Not a Lot of Local to Share

If you noticed, there has not been much “local” content to share. But as the fall leads to winter and the legislature starts waking from its slumber, we should have tons of stuff to share. Until then, we’ll do the … Continue reading

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Know Your “Nazis” – A Handy Chart

H/T GraniteGrok

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Dartmouth urges Trump to protect immigrant students

HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — The president of Dartmouth College is urging the Trump administration to maintain a program that has given nearly 800,000 young immigrants a reprieve from deportation. The White House says President Donald Trump will announce a decision … Continue reading

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