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January 09. 2012 3:31PM

Monday headlines


Beyonce $1.3M c-section a circus for NH native with twin girls, wife in the ICU
Manchester West High School graduate Neil Coulon, 38, of Brooklyn said the stress of his wife delivering two premature girls was tripled by BeyoncÚ's bodyguards treating Lenox Hill Hospital like an exclusive nightclub.

Look at effort to consider how the Seacoast might cope with rising sea levels
Members of the New Hampshire Coastal Adaptation Workgroup, or NHCAW, say they are in a race against time. In New Hampshire, cities like Portsmouth and its surrounding towns are the front line for adapting to the results of warming temperatures and related rising sea levels, since the state delegates much of the power over land-use management and flood control to municipalities.

Telephone warrants help Montana law officers combat drivers who refuse DUI test
In 2005, Montana's 16 percent rate of refusal was slightly below the national average, while New Hampshire led the states with a whopping 81 percent of drivers refusing BAC tests.


Increasingly, ski resorts aren't willing to stake their bottom line on Mother Nature
“Natural snow is kind of like the icing on the cake,” said Thomas E. Meyers, director of marketing for Wachusett Mountain Ski Area in Princeton. “It certainly adds another layer of enjoyment for everybody, but we keep reminding people we've got plenty without it.”

John D. Judge named president of the Appalachian Mountain Club

$101M order for GT Advanced Technologies CVD reactors
"This sale is a noteworthy milestone as it represents the first time GT has sold its CVD reactors to one of the large incumbent polysilicon producers," said GT President and CEO Tom Gutierrez.

Criminal probe of Imperial Holdings limited in scope

Motorcycles of Manchester acquires 98,105 sf. industrial building in Foxboro, Mass.


Toledo Blade: TV show to spotlight area man for work on Alaska murder
Perrysburg native Tim Hunyor became the chief investigator in the cold case and helped find Ms. Craig's killer after a DNA sample from a convicted robber in New Hampshire, thousands of miles away, was found to be a match.

Mother Jones: Global warming threatens no Maple Syrup by 2100
At 65, Martha Carlson now leads the crusade to save the New Hampshire sugar maples—and the multimillion dollar local syrup and tourism industries they provide—from disastrous climate change. And in the process she's mobilizing a crack team of researchers: a group of elementary school kids.

Brad Pitt: “He had a really good showing in Iowa, but I will get him in New Hampshire”
Clooney, Pitt on the stump for competing films as Awards Season kicks off.

Halford, Lemmy, Alice Cooper, Glenn Hughes set for Ronnie James Dio tribute album
Ronnie James Dio, real name Ronald James Padavona, was born in Portsmouth, NH on July 10, 1942.

Be it NH's Old Man of the Mountain or Jesus on a piece of toast, our minds are made for finding faces

Females choose sexier friends to avoid harassment


EPA excludes NH, three other states from Numerical Turbidity Limit requirement
“Because the numeric limit has been stayed and EPA continues to work on a new one, the [construction general permit] cannot include the numeric limit or related provisions (monitoring, reporting, etc.),” EPA said.

Exclusive remedy doesn't bar worker's claim after hospitalization
Appeal of New Hampshire Department of Corrections, No. 2010-811. The New Hampshire Supreme Court held that the exclusive remedy provision did not bar a worker's claims because he did not seek benefits related to his alleged wrongful termination.


D.C. officials announce statehood delegation to NH

NH pension system names interim executive director


Log Cabin Republicans warming to Ron Paul

Paul, angered by question, cuts off CNN interview

Catholic Vote runs calls for Santorum in NH

Tucker Calls Interviewer a ‘Moron' and a ‘Parasite'

Vermin Supreme kicks off pony-based Presidential campaign in New Hampshire


Concord Monitor decries increasing some speed limits to reflect the speeds people actually drive


Parisi, Pesce reflect on NTDP experience
Boston, MA- Though their teams may be bitter rivals on the ice, New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs defenseman Tom Parisi and Jersey Hitmen defenseman Brett Pesce had no problem putting that aside to compete with the USA National Development program this past weekend.

Why Elite High School basketball players flock to New England prep schools

Crossley smiles all the way home after golden win
Crossley, who will skate for the Lady Wildcats next season, was one of Canada's top performers at the annual tournament.

The NH Angle