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May 24. 2012 12:55PM

NH news from around the web - Updated 5/24


Brattleboro Reformer: Conn. River wins national designation
David Deen, Vermont and New Hampshire River Steward with the Connecticut River Watershed Council, said towns and cities up and down the Connecticut River could benefit from the federal designation.

Bristol, NH man charged with shooting deer out of season in Pa.
There were at least five people in the cabin, all from New Hampshire, holding knives and standing around a table containing deer parts, according to Wildlife Conservation Officer Rodney Mee. NH man petitions to change definition of 'marriage' to include gay couples
Mike Raven is challenging to change the definition of marriage to include same-sex couples. Here's his page on -

NH robo bouy keeps an eye out for red tide
The new robotic device, called an Environmental Sample Processor, tests seawater directly for the organisms responsible for Alexandrium fundyense and other toxins.

Myrtle Beach police charge Kensington, NH teen for leaving pup in hot car with windows cracked

Conn. purse snatching victim, 63, helps capture Laconia man
The woman was taken to the scene and identified Michael Colcord, 33, of Laconia, N.H., as the thief.

NH #4 in 50-State ranking Of Medicaid services to physically/mentally disabled


Board approves plan for NH resort

The Balsams Auction 2012 indie film

Boston Globe: Salisbury joins Seabrook relicensing opposition

Idaho town seeks to lure gun and ammo makers
Firearms are a $3.8 billion industry that employs 90,000 people in the United States. Many firearms companies have long been headquartered in states like Massachusetts and Connecticut, where the political climate has turned more hostile to firearms.

Seeking Alpha: BAE Systems is on a roll

Reuters: Fitch to rate Tyco's spinoff ADT NA American Residential Business
ADT plans to have approximately $2.5 billion of debt at separation.

Largest conservation buy in Wisc. history given first approval Wednesday
Lyme Lumber of New Hampshire would continue to own, manage timber production like it does now.

Stern Advice-Investors pressed to go alternative
Strictly speaking, an alternative investment can mean anything that isn't a plain vanilla stock or bond, but now it represents a trendy grab-bag category that can include everything from gold or currency to mutual funds that employ hedges, leverage, options, short-selling, derivatives and more.


Guitar man Tristan Omand soars as a solo artist
Leaving his punk rock roots behind, the New Hampshire native found that bluesy American folk music strikes a better chord with his life.

14th Annual International Classic Video Game Tournament, Thursday-Sunday, May 31-June 3, Funspot, Weirs Beach

The Dartmouth - 2nd installment of 3-part series on Dartmouth Board of Trustees - Board demographics see changes over time

GQ UK: Robert Chalmers doesn't like...female comedians
As the seemingly unlimited supply of mediocre yet ferociously persistent women comics has proved, it really isn't that easy to stand up and be funny. Silverman unquestionably belongs to the gifted three per cent. As for the majority, you can only hope that, one day, they'll master the basics of that other elusive and precious skill: sitting down and shutting up. (May contain offensive material)

Marblehead street abuzz as Sandler movie shoot gets under way

UFO Slideshow: Quebec witness reports demonic triangular orb formation

Plaistow death metal band Vattnet Viskar signs with Century Media Records

This Day in Naval History - May 23 - in 1939 USS Squalus sinks off Portsmouth claiming 26 lives

Exeter Marine matures through three diverse deployments in 4 short years
“When I first came in, I struggled just like any other new Marine,” he concluded. “It was about finding my identity and figuring out what kind of person I want to be. I don't regret one bit,” said Sgt. Timothy Adamovage, a combat engineer with 8th ESB.

Wanted: Bigfoot hair samples for European study


Court dumps patent lawsuit against online retailer, PC Connection and others settled earlier
The judge, however, found that the retailers didn't infringe, that the claims weren't valid and said that the defendants can recover their legal fees. What's incredible about this case is that when it was originally filed it was against 16 defendants and then more were added a few months later, but as you look down the docket, you also see plenty of orders granting stipulations for dismissal, which are really indications that many of the defendants chose not to fight, but rather to pay up. I bet those companies, including 1-800-Flowers, Briggs & Stratton, PC Connection, CircuitCity, Officemax and others are kind of regretting that decision right now.


Guinta reluctant to support contempt charge against AG Holder
Two Republicans, Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan and Rep. Frank Guinta of New Hampshire, have indicated their reluctance to support the contempt measure.

U.S. hacking al-Qaida web sites

Outside-ad bans get little traction across the nation
Democratic congressional candidates in Florida, Virginia and New Hampshire have proposed similar deals to keep super PACs and independent groups from spending money on ads to influence Congressional races.


Democrats test negative portrayal of Romney as hostage to GOP's far right wing
The “hostage Mitt” portrayal was pitched May 23 by Joe Solmonese, the outgoing president of the Human Rights Campaign, which advocates for increased legal rights for homosexuals.

Toledo Blade: Samuel "Joe the Plumber" Wurzelbacher calls Biden joke elitist

King maker? PPP survey shows Gary Johnson polling at 9% in Ariz.


Eagle-Tribune: We must restore integrity to our elections
There's no shortage of irony in the fact that, when Dominicans living in the United States voted Sunday in their homeland's presidential election, they were required to present photo identification to cast a ballot.


Milford girl named Gatorade National Girls Soccer Player of the Year

ESPNHS: Andrews gets a kick out of Gatorade trophy

BleacherReport: Toronto Blue Jays Prospects Part 2: Young guns putting themselves on the radar

New Hampshire Red Sox Scholarship Recipients to be Introduced at Fenway Park Sunday Eric Wood Wins LRRS "Dash For Cash" Feature Race At New Hampshire Motor Speedway

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