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April 02. 2012 1:41PM

Monday headlines - NH news from online


Good Monday Morning: Veterans on Segway journey across America
Justin Bond, a retired Army Sergeant, lost his left leg above the knee after being wounded in Fallujah, Iraq, but still had a dream of bicycling across the United States. He tried a traditional bicycle and an arm-powered model, but neither worked. He turned to his Segway - a personal transportation device. Bond is using his cross-country trek to bring attention and donations to Our Heroes' Dreams, his ambitious non-profit for disabled veterans.

Tiny 5-Year-Old Sets Records Climbing 4,000-Foot-Mountains (VIDEO)

Research brings new understanding to past global warming events
The Bighorn Basin area of Wyoming, University of New Hampshire professor Will Clyde and colleagues found new evidence leading to a greater understanding of the Pelaeocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM), a major warming that occurred more than 50 million years ago. Credit: Thomas Westerhold

Dartmouth researchers find evidence of Fukushima fallout in NH
“Though regrettable, the Japanese catastrophe did provide a unique opportunity to examine the transport and accumulation of radioactive iodine in the environment,” Landis says. “We took up this study mostly as concerned scientists in our own right, wondering how much of this contaminant is really coming down, and where the iodine is moving in the landscape.”


FedEx fails to deliver for NH driver
“And is that how it panned out?” Terrio laughs. “It was nothing, nothing, nothing of what they said.”

Can introverts lead? Three myths about personality at work

Wells Fargo opens business for the ultra-wealthy named for NH Concord Coach maker Abbot Downing

******************************************************************* The 'grey panthers' proving that women can ditch the dye and thrive in notoriously ageist corporate environment
Jeanne Thompson, a 44-year-old woman from New Hampshire, is one of them. She told the Associated Press: 'People take me more seriously now. Women put pressure on themselves to colour... it's a bold statement going grey because it's saying, "You know what? I did let my hair go but I'm not letting myself go".

Sandler sets worst-movie record with Razzies sweep for 'Jack and Jill'

NH's Mike O'Malley has teamed up with "E.R." producer John Wells on a pilot for FOX called “Prodigy/Bully"

Burns: Vet helps teens learn about conflict

Record kickball game raises $45K for cancer research
There were 21 people on each team, and players came from as far away as Atlanta and New Hampshire.


First Circuit affirms that Angels & Demons did not infringe the copyright in The Vatican Boys
In Dunn v. Brown, No. 11-2291 (1st Cir. 3-22-2012), the U. S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit affirmed summary judgment in favor of author Dan Brown and his publisher, Simon & Schuster, to dismiss a rival author's claim that Brown's best-seller, Angels & Demons, infringed the plaintiff's copyright in his book, The Vatican Boys.


'SNL' Star Seth Meyers: Liberals more sensitive to political gags because they assume they're off limits
"I feel like the weird thing is when you make a joke about a liberal, they're probably more sensitive about it because they assume it's a safer place for them."

Stars and Stripes: Should troops get the right to sue the U.S. for medical malpractice?


The Atlantic: Romney Is Very Clear on Veep Pick: No More Sarah Palins

Politico book: Perry heard singing in bathroom pre-debate
A bad back doomed any chance Perry stood to break through. It became an open secret that he was using painkillers in sufficient dosages to keep him standing through the two-hour debates. The manager of a rival campaign was at a urinal in an empty bathroom in Hanover, New Hampshire, before the Bloomberg News debate on October 11, when he heard someone come through the door loudly singing "I've Been Working on the Railroad." Wondering who was making all the noise, the campaign manager turned his head and saw, to his surprise, the governor of Texas. Perry came down the row of about twenty urinals and stood companionably close by. Nonplussed, the campaign manager made a hasty exit; as the bathroom door closed, he could hear Perry still merrily singing away: "I-I-I've been working on the ra-a-i-i-l-road, all-l-l the live-long day . . ."

Sununu on VP pick: Go boring
The winning choice is the dull choice — a running mate the public already knows, warts and all. Mondale, Bush, Gore, Cheney, Biden. These were not picks that lit the world on fire.

Sununu: Santorum's ‘Softness under Pressure' Crushes His Veep Chances

Google mistakes satirical April Fool's Day story for news
The headline, "Romney Drops out of Race, Endorses Santorum," was then placed as a top breaking news item on Google News,

Daily Caller: Huntsman felt betrayed by McCain's endorsement of Romney
Former Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman felt betrayed when Arizona Sen. John McCain endorsed Mitt Romney ahead of the crucial New Hampshire primary.


Are Anglicans (Episcopalians) Turning to the Right? Q&A with Rev. Tom Ehrich
EHRICH: Two years earlier, the once-a-decade Lambeth Conference of Anglican bishops from around the world wouldn't even open its doors to the Bishop of New Hampshire, one of the giants of the Episcopal Church, because Gene Robinson - while safely a he - was a gay he. He's not the first gay bishop by any means, but he's the first to be honest about it.

NH Politicians: Pawns in a corporate game called ALEC?
"We have seen an unfortunate amount of legislation, particularly in the New Hampshire House. This is not legislation to address any real needs in the community, any problems. It is legislation specifically designed to benefit corporations."


SIG SAUER's Max Michel brings home 3rd place at U.S. Steel Nationals

Wildquack Duck River Festival
Sunday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Lilac Festival
Saturday, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Nick Swardson
Saturday, 8 p.m.

29th Annual Chowderfest and Brews
Sunday, 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.