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March 26. 2012 2:23PM

Monday headlines - NH news from online


NH firm's mobile cutting torch for military is straight out of James Bond
The Wilcox Industries system is indeed an important tool in in the U.S. Military Special Operations Forces (SOF) toolbox, and is used by U.S. Naval Special Warfare Development Group (NSWDG)/DEVGRU assaulters/operators when necessary <<< formerly SEAL Team Six .
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NASA again to try launch of 5-rocket mission early Tuesday morning
After several delays, the rockets are scheduled to blast off from launch pads in Virginia between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. EDT. Each of the five unmanned rockets will release a chemical tracer into the jet stream winds more than 60 miles up that should create brilliant milky white trails in the nighttime sky to enable scientists and people on the United States East Coast to actually "see" these high-altitude winds at the edge of space, NASA officials have said.

Armenians to parade in Lowell on 97th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide
The commemoration will include representatives from area churches, including Ararat Congregational Church, Salem, N.H.

WSJ Video: Kamen, others on what's holding back energy innovation
Dean Kamen, Elon Musk and J. Craig Venter on how to confront the enormous challenge of energy independence.


Atrium Medical's catheter trial sees positive results
The Hudson, NH company, which is a business unit of Maquet Cardiovascular, said the trial showed a significant reduction in the size of a myocardial infarction 30 days after administration of the abciximab platelet inhibitor via Atrium's ClearWay RX Local Therapeutic Infusion Catheter device.

State-run liquor business gets new marketing director

Student Transportation Inc. lands NH contracts valued at $4.3M a year, 80-bus fleet to be added

BAE Systems looks to speed up F-35 production with facility in Samlesbury, Lancashire
‘Typically the aerospace industry in the past hasn't had the volume of aircraft,' he told The Engineer. ‘The F-35 is fairly unique in terms of 3,000 aircraft being manufactured over its lifespan. That demands us to think in volumes of one aircraft every day.'


‘Mad Men' actor Pete Campbell promotes new season at Milford bakery where his brother works

Dartmouth Dean Office staffer an award-winning vocalist


NHPUC: Complaint against Verizon New Hampshire regarding access charges


Family's move puts freshman Rep. Chip Cravaack in a political bind
WASHINGTON - Six months into his term in Congress, Rep. Chip Cravaack rushed to his home in Lindstrom, Minn., to find paramedics treating his 10-year-old son. The boy had suffered a seizure and lost consciousness after banging his head while playing with his 7-year-old brother. The boy recovered, but the scare clinched a decision that could have profound repercussions for Cravaack, his family, his nascent political career and even the balance of power in Congress. The family -- minus Cravaack -- moved to New Hampshire in July to be closer to his wife's job in New England after she got a promotion as an executive for the Danish pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk.


Sununu: Santorum ‘completely disqualified' for presidency

Team Mitt exults in Santorum 'BS' jab
Mitt Romney's advisers are usually pretty reserved on Twitter, but not so much last night and this morning, after Rick Santorum used obscenity to respond to a New York Times reporter's question.


MACLEANS.CA: Obama's selection of Dartmouth College president is an unusual pick to head World Bank
Since the World Bank was created at the Bretton Woods Conference in 1944, the U.S. has selected the organization's president. But in 2009, an accord was struck to make the selection process more open and transparent.

Boston Herald - Joe Fitzgerald: Newspaper hero's efforts not forgotten
It's doubtful many of those who'll gather for his funeral in Laconia, N.H., this morning will fully appreciate the immensity of Eddie Mylett's accomplishments. At 88, he had outlived most of the eyewitnesses.

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