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Associate Atttorney General Jane Young and Assistant Attorney General John Kennedy met with the Union Leader on Friday to discuss previously unreleased details of the Nathaniel Kibby kidnapping case.

Prosecutor details desperate search, intense investigation that ended in Kibby's arrest


From the start, Jane Young feared the worst. When she heard that a 14-year-old girl was missing in Conway on Oct. 9, 2013, Young, the associate attorney general, called Conway police and offered to help; they gratefully accepted. "We were there the next day," she said.

    The storage container behind the car in Nathaniel Kibby's Gorham driveway was where he kept his victim for much of the time he held her captive.
    Captive for nine months, Kibby's victim survived chamber of horrors

    Nathaniel Kibby is is seen in Belknap County Superior before pleading guilty and being sentenced 45-90 years in prison for kidnapping, rape, criminal threatening and witness tampering Thursday in Laconia.
    Kibby had three close calls with police while girl was held

    Dartmouth-Hitchcock, New Hampshire's largest health system, could soon embrace the second-largest, Elliot Health System of Manchester.

    Elliott, Dartmouth-Hitchcock merger could face antitrust challenge

    Erin Brockovich answers questions about the water contamination problem facing New Hampshire, how federal officials can help and what she is doing to educate the public.

    With new EPA guideline, Brockovich says PFOA is widespread

    Department of Resources and Economic Development Commissioner Jeffrey Rose presented his final decision on the proposed Mount Sunapee expansion at a meeting of the Mount Sunapee Advisory Commission Thursday morning.

    Is 'DRED' the state's worst acronym?


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    'In Flanders Fields'

    A Memorial Day tradition, Lt. Col. John McCrae's legendary poem "In Flanders Fields," is on today's Opinion page.

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