Daily Archives: October 20, 2017

Manchester: David Scannell and the Land of Make Believe

The race for school board in Ward 2 is the kind of contest that makes most political observers cringe and giggle.  It features venerable incumbent Debra Gagnon Langton and her opponent David Scannell, a self-aggrandizing leftist ideologue willing to say anything to make … Continue reading

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Facebook Jail, Bye Bye Buckley and Spreading Spam

Rich opened this morning’s show by informing the listeners that he has been placed in Facebook jail.  He then shared about the departure of the Party chair of the New Hampshire Democratic Party.  |Girard at Large

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How Does New Hampshire’s Amazon HQ2 Bid Stack Up Against Others?

The six-week application period in which governments are bidding to host Amazon’s second corporate headquarters reached its deadline on Thursday, with New Hampshire submitting its proposal one day prior. Gov. Chris Sununu presented New Hampshire’s “Breaking Ground, Breaking Barriers and Living … Continue reading

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NH House Freedom Caucus to Host Forum for Speaker Candidates November 2nd

Concord — The New Hampshire House Freedom Caucus (NHHFC) will host a forum for candidates for Speaker of the New Hampshire House of Representatives on Thursday, November 2nd. The event will take place at the Holiday Inn in Concord after … Continue reading

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Bug off! N.H. sees invasion of western conifer seed bug

Many homeowners have reported what appears to be an invasion as the bugs with long legs and antennas search for openings to crawl inside warm homes to hang out for the winter months. The western conifer seed bug can emit … Continue reading

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N.H. Student Pro-Life Essay Contest Underway

ATTENTION STUDENTS! The NH Knights of Columbus is once again sponsoring a Student Respect Life Essay contest. The contest is open to any Junior High School (grades 6,7,8) and Senior High School (grades 9,10,11,12) student in New Hampshire. The NH Knights of … Continue reading

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PUC Sides With Public’s Right-to-know On Eversource $100 Million Question

In an order issued Tuesday, the state’s Public Utilities Commission rejected Eversource’s request to keep secret how much extra consumers are paying for electricity from a biomass plant in Berlin. “We find the public’s interest in reviewing the information outweighs the interests … Continue reading

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In Box – ACTION ALERTS: Abortion Clinic Funding and Abortion Statistics

Fellow Pro-Lifers in NH, We have two important action alerts regarding abortion statistics and Planned Parenthood funding in NH. It is important we make our voices heard! Please take the time to 1) Contact Governor Sununu and tell him NH … Continue reading

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Donna Green: SAU 55 Budget Up 10%: 1 new position

In ten years, SAU 55’s operating budget will have gone up 85%.  Since Dr. Metzler assumed his position, the SAU budget will have gone up 68% – all while SAU 55 had significant declines in student enrollment. At last night’s … Continue reading

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