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March 15. 2013 3:24PM

NH's Whaleback, saddled with debt, likely to close

Co-owner and two-time Olympic skier Evan Dybvig says he plans to sell assets to pay outstanding taxes. The Valley News reports that Whaleback Mountain LLC owes $73,000 to the town of Enfield dating back to May 2011, according to town records.



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NH GOP says Jeanne Shaheen votes with Obama 99 percent of the time - Mostly True

Indeed, in 2013, Shaheen took the same position as the president 99 percent of the time when Obama outlined a clear position, based on analysis by Congressional Quarterly.

Portsmouth-based GlobaFone to offer Wi-Fi Hotspot anywhere on Earth

GlobaFone, a leading multi-carrier satellite service provider announced today the inclusion of the Iridium GO! Personal Wi-Fi hotspot to their portfolio of SatCom solutions.

Mascoma selected as finalist for the 2014 SBANE New England Innovation Awards

Mascoma Corporation, a leading provider of bioconversion technology, today announced that it has been selected as a finalist for SBANE's 2014 New England Innovation Award.

DoD: Airman recalls support after Brother’s Marathon bombing injuries

PEASE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, N.H., April 15, 2014 – A year ago today on the morning of the 2013 Boston Marathon, Alan Bauman and Colin Bellavance woke up at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, ready to tackle the final two weeks of basic training.

NH doctor named CEO of Piper Charitable Trust

Dr. Susan Pepin will be winding down her role as associate dean for diversity and inclusion and associate professor of surgery and pediatrics at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, as she prepares to take her new position July 28.

Nova Scotia ferry set for Thursday arrival in Portland

Bailey said the Nova Star is expected to berth at the Ocean Gateway Terminal off Commercial Street for three weeks before making a "port-of-call tour" to Boston and Portsmouth, N.H. The ship will be officially christened in Boston.

Dow charged with threatening to rape inmate, Plaistow man awaiting trial on child abuse charges

Roland Dow, 28, has been indicted by a Rockingham Superior Court grand jury for assaulting a county jail inmate while awaiting trial on charges he abused his girlfriend’s son in a case that attracted national attention.

Bridge snafu leads to daylong closure of Interstate 91, traffic snarl

BRATTLEBORO — A glitch in the removal of a bridge caused the closure of Interstate 91 between exits 2 and 3 Sunday, leading to large traffic snarls in the area.

N.H. medical marijuana classes linked to problematic Montana Caregivers Network

They’re on Craigslist and on a series of connected pro-medical marijuana websites aimed at New Hampshire residents, promoting classes for patients seeking medical marijuana registration cards.

Rancher relaxes after showdown with feds, but what’s next?

Jack Commerford, a militiaman from New Hampshire, said, “We’ve been labeled as domestic terrorists. We’re not domestic terrorists. We’re here to defend the Constitution of the U.S.”

Tufts students take to NH paintball range in the interest of peace

"Not everyone gets a paintball gun — and once you give people a gun, they'll want to shoot it," he said. "We wanted to create a situation where they are dis-incentivized from having it become a paintball match."

Newmarket school officials retaliate against coaches: 'We were let go for opposing new school'

“He said the principal and superintendent decided because of my postings on Facebook, I wouldn’t be allowed to coach again this year,” Pomeroy said. “I was upset. I was pretty excited about coaching the kids this year.”

Public school art teacher has students build Noah's ark out of trash

The exhibit will feature an ark that has been welded together by the Dover High School students, and will be placed next to a coy pond at the garden.

Small U.S. colleges battle death spiral as enrollment drops

Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, New Hampshire, said in January that it would discontinue six majors, said Lisa Murray, a spokeswoman for the school, which has about 1,400 undergraduates.

SIG SAUER introduces elite performance ammunition

EXETER, NH --(Ammoland.com)- The SIG SAUER custom designed loading equipment coupled with a proprietary loading process, and a complete hand and visual inspection of every round, continually produces ammunition of the highest quality.

Bauer uses innovation power play to dominate on ice

Although Bauer is now based in Exeter, N.H., its laser-like focus on investing in an industry other businesses had given up on proves that persistence and entrepreneurial smarts can produce winning businesses in any field.

Shaheen defends her support for Obamacare

She did not respond directly to Brown’s attacks on her vote in favor of the controversial US health care overhaul or his accusation that she had supported economic policies that hurt everyday people. Instead, speaking broadly, she defended the Affordable Care Act

Democrats once again embracing labeling political opponents 'Un-American'

Use of the accusation typically invokes the anti-communist campaign of Senator Joseph McCarthy, D-Minn.

Time running out for gay couples to claim tax break

The Internal Revenue Service had announced in August that, in the wake of the decision, married same-sex couples living in states that recognize their marriages “will be treated as married for federal tax purposes.”

The search for the new Republican Party continues

Americans for Prosperity and Citizens United labeled their inaugural Freedom Summit — held Saturday in Manchester, N.H. — a 2016 “cattle call."


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