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Keno sales exceed $1M in New Hampshire

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Lottery says the new electronic bingo-style keno game has exceeded the $1 million sales mark in the state. Keno launched on Dec. 15 and is on sale at 45 restaurants and bars statewide. … Continue reading

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Full-day kindergarten will be on Milford ballot

MILFORD – The school board voted unanimously Monday night to put full-day kindergarten on a warrant article for the March elections. The board’s vote came after a slide presentation by teachers and administrators that showed teachers under intense pressure to … Continue reading

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In 10 N.H. Cities, Voters Send Mixed Signals on Keno

Rochester appears to be the community most divided over whether to allow Keno within city limits – the game passed there by a mere one vote, according to results from the local clerk’s office as of late Tuesday night. Otherwise, … Continue reading

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Ward Office Roles and Keno in the Queen City

After being prompted by a listener, Rich talked about the roles in the Ward offices and about what issues will be on the ballot.  He then shared what he thought about Keno, pointing out his hesitancy in the Granite State’s involvement in gambling. | More … Continue reading

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Franklin Becomes First N.H. Town to OK Keno

Franklin became the first municipality in the state to approve the gambling game keno during a citywide election in Franklin on Tuesday. It passed in all three wards with about 60 percent of the vote. New Hampshire Lottery officials said … Continue reading

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Keno-garten Conflicts On The Concord City Council?

CONCORD, NH — At least two Concord officials could have been – or may, in the future – be in conflict during official discussions about Keno in the city of Concord which has been put up for a vote this … Continue reading

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Portsmouth City Council Rejects Putting Keno on Ballot

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) — The City Council in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, has rejected a motion to put a question on November’s ballot about whether to allow Keno gambling. The Portsmouth Herald reports the measure failed 7-2 on Tuesday. Mayor Jack Blalock … Continue reading

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Dover Puts Kenokarten Funding on Ballot

DOVER, N.H. (AP) — Council members in a New Hampshire city will allow residents to determine if they will permit the gambling game Keno in restaurants and bars. Foster’s Daily Democrat reports the Dover City Council unanimously approved the decision … Continue reading

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Franklin, NH adds Kenogarten funding to ballot

FRANKLIN, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire city has become the first to put a lottery game on the ballot as a way to raise money for full-day kindergarten. The Franklin City Council voted unanimously Monday to allow residents to … Continue reading

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Portsmouth Could Consider Keno

City Councilor Brad Lown said he might make a motion to put a referendum on the ballot to allow Keno gambling in Portsmouth if the city could receive some of the proceeds. “If there is going to be revenue coming … Continue reading

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