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GENERAL NEWS

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Bail firm says it can't pull NH client from jail
A bail bond company is hoping a New Hampshire court will forgive $11,000 in unpaid bonds for a client who was in jail in Vermont.

Increase in New England deer population expected
The mild winter could mean a deer population boom.

Journalist Richard Blood Dies at 83
Richard J. Blood, a former city editor at the New York Daily News and college professor, got his start at newspapers in New Hampshire, Vermont and New Jersey.

Anti-tanning forum Saturday in Concord
The forum, called "Teens on Tanning," was held at the Red River Theatres in Concord .

BUSINESS

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Classical FM station moves to Concord
Classical 91.5, or WCNH 91.5 FM, is moving to the studios of New Hampshire Public Radio .

Warm Temperatures in Eastern U.S. May Mean Less Energy Consumed
Rob Carolan, a meteorologist with Hometown Forecast Services in Nashua, says temperatures in New York this week will be near 50.

Big Apple Plants the Seeds for New Growth
The 82-store chain with locations in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, has rebranded many of its stations under the Citgo banner and looks to add another store this year.

POLITICS

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The state of Obama's swing states
New Hampshire is one of the swing states that will have a big say in this year's presidential election .

OPINION

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Legislate less, accomplish more
A West Virginia columnist argues to keep part-time legislature by citing NH as example.


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