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Addressing a symposium on the death penalty at the University of New Hampshire School of Law, Corrections Commissioner William Wren said he and his staff are ‘‘dusting off’’ execution protocols from the 1930s but the $1.8 million needed to build a lethal injection chamber isn’t in the cards in a state where inmates are so rarely condemned to death.
Battle lines are being drawn between two groups of UNH students, as a highly debated issue has erupted on campus: the brand of yogurt being served in the UNH dining halls. Recently, UNH switched from... 0
At least three area residents were at the Capitol Monday and one was arrested. Bennington residents Peter Martel was there with his son Kenneth, an organizer for Democracy Spring. Brian Beihl, the... 0