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February 21. 2012 1:43PM

Tuesday headlines - NH news from the web


AMERICA'S FRESHMAN: TNH talks with UNH's reluctant internet sensation
Chances are you've seen or heard of UNH's latest trend: the UNH Memes Facebook page. The Internet sensation, which has generated over 3,300 "likes" since its creation on Feb. 10, is the campus's hub for posting hundreds of memes that relate to the university. Who is the 'sadistic madman' taunting family of missing coed with trolling video eight years to the day that she disappeared?
It was posted eight years, to the day, after Murray, 21, went missing from rural Haverhill, New Hampshire.

Dartmouth launches rocket to study impact of northern lights on GPS

Prominent defense atty. Mark Sisti called up in jury pool his own client is due to be picked from

Mother accused of N.C. child abduction may be headed to New Hampshire


Salary for head of non-profit draws ire of some
Overall, Heriberto Flores earned $1.25 million since 2008 for overseeing his network of non-profits, which provide job training, fuel assistance, mental-health services, family support and other services. Flores presides over an $80 million human service and development empire, with 340 employees, offices from New Hampshire to Puerto Rico, and newly acquired landmark properties in downtown Springfield.

BAE's Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System scores successful first-shot kill
This system brings guided precision to formerly unguided rockets to up combat effectiveness while reducing collateral damage.

WaPo: Some maple syrup producers worried about mild weather, others go with the flow


NECN: Chocorua man records remarkable video of northern lights in NH

Science fiction apocalypses live on stage in New Hampshire
Nine plays, nine visions of the end -- including new works by Hugo and Nebula award winning science fiction author James Patrick Kelly and best selling author of The Great Typo Hunt, Jeff Deck.

Windward Oahu musician pleads for return of stolen instruments, one a rare NH-made Gurian guitar
"For instance the Gurian is an American made guitar. They stopped making them in '77 because the factory burned down in Hinsdale, New Hampshire. And he made some of the finest guitars in the world," says Burns.

Pease AFB circa. 1970's scenery now available for FSX flight sim

Fresh Paint, Fresh Air: Captains, Cranes, Boats and a Bridge in Portsmouth

Newvoices: Meet Sarah Silverman

New Maryland champion big tree threatens national title held by New Hampshire big tree
The United States Champion is located in New Hampshire at 266 points. The Maryland champion appears healthy and could seize the national title in future years. The Big Tree Program originated in Maryland in 1925, went national in 1940, and is run by American Forests, Each state has a State Coordinator who collects data, measures trees, and biannually submits certain trees to American Forests as potential National Champions.

Mt Washington Observatory's Snow Cat reaches the summit


Video: Defense for murderer John Brooks argues before NH Supreme Court in appeal
Additional audio and video of Feb. 15 and Feb. 16 oral arguments before NH Supreme Court available here.

David T. Veale and Scott W. Veale v. Robert T. Furness, Apple Tree Animal Hospital, et al
"The Veales brought Elsie to Dr. Robert Furness, a veterinarian at Apple Tree Animal Hospital in Hopkinton, New Hampshire. This, they say, was a mistake - Dr. Furness, motivated by 'group hatred toward the Plaintiffs because of who they are and their false reputations,' conspired with 'others' to harm Elsie. Among other things, Dr. Furness allegedly misdiagnosed Elsie with an infected uterus, prescribed unnecessary medication, and performed unnecessary surgery to remove her uterus. During this surgery, Dr. Furness either intentionally or negligently caused lesions to Elsie's spleen, liver, kidney, heart, and lungs."

New Cingular Wireless v. Town of Stoddard


Carsey Institute: Rural population growth slowing, but diversity accelerating
DURHAM, N.H. – Population growth in rural America slowed in the first 10 years of the 21st century, with rural areas growing by just 2.2 million -- barely half the growth during the 1990s. During the same period, the diversity of the rural population accelerated, according to new research from the Carsey Institute at the University of New Hampshire.

Alliance Defense Fund challenges Obama administration direct funding of Planned Parenthood

USNH pressured to pay gays more to offset supposed inequities in federal tax code
"While I strongly support GLBT rights, I do not believe we should use student tuition dollars to right the wrongs of the federal tax code," says UNH President Mark Huddleston.

Rockefeller Center's Policy Research Shop enlists students to help legislature study policy effects


WaPo: January fundraising: Winners and losers
LOSERS - The Romney alliance: His campaign and his super PAC combined to spend more than $32 million winning a state he was expected to win - New Hampshire - and taking one of the other three states he could have won in January, Florida.

Politico: Mitt Romney's burn rate a boon for Barack Obama

Tech.Mit.Edu: Microtargeting helps campaigns customize ads
In recent primaries, two kinds of Republican voters have been seeing two different Mitt Romney video ads pop up on local and national news websites. The first, called “It's Time to Return American Optimism,” shows the candidate on the campaign trail explaining how this was an election “to save the soul of America.” It was aimed at committed party members to encourage a large turnout. The second video ad, geared toward voters who have not yet aligned themselves with a candidate, focuses more on Romney as a family man. Versions of the two ads were seen online in Florida, Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina.

FBI releases Salt Lake Olympic file and Romney's letter
"Then again," Romney wrote, "you might actually be closer to our cabin in New Hampshire: There's plenty of room for your boys and mine over at Lake Winnepesake."

Obama campaign to train Dartmouth students to help swing NH vote next fall

Politico: Jon Huntsman campaign owed $2.6M to him
The campaign owed about $2.6 million to Huntsman himself, who wrote a series of big checks last year in an effort to boost his floundering presidential bid that hinged largely on his performance in the Jan. 10 primary in New Hampshire.


National Center for Science Education calls for defeat of NH "anti-evolution" bills

Dartmouth Prof. - Restore Integrity at the Port Authority
Jameson W. Doig is a professor in government at Dartmouth and author of “Empire on the Hudson,” a history of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

****************************************************************** redirects to Yankees website
The Fort Myers, Fla., resident -- and Cubs fan -- bought the domaine for $8 last March after it was announced the new spring training home of the Red Sox would be called jetBlue Park. If you type that URL in, it redirects to the Yankees' homepage (or at least it still did Tuesday night).

SIG SAUER's Max Michel, Jr., Opens Season with Second Place at Florida Open

44th Annual Market Days Festival
Thursday-Friday, 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.,
Saturday, 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Darci Lynne
Saturday, 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.

2nd Annual Amherst Food Truck Festival
Saturday, 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.

14th Annual New England Brewfest
Saturday, 3 p.m. - 8 p.m.

The NH Angle