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March 27. 2013 11:59AM

TheGuardian.UK: Why Richard Cohen is mistaken about the Republican primary process

The thesis that the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary skew the GOP to pick a conservative candidate is simply wrong.

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Allegiant Airlines ending hiatus early at Pease

Allegiant Airlines has cut short its planned hiatus for flights to and from Portsmouth International Airport at Pease, because of the success it’s been having.

Poll finds Shaheen loyal support for unpopular Obama policies has her in statistical tie with Scott Brown

The poll says Shaheen has led Brown throughout the spring and summer, but her campaign is being weighed down by national politics, particularly the declining popularity of President Obama.

The Burgess BioPower plant in Berlin.

NHPR: Berlin Biomass plant fully operational, but contract may cost ratepayers $125M more over 20 years

A new biomass plant in Berlin is finally producing electricity for Public Service of New Hampshire under a controversial 20-year contract that a report says will cost PSNH ratepayers $125 million more than if the electricity was purchased on the open market.

Seabrook case offers lessons for Portsmouth police probe of officer named in will

PORTSMOUTH — While city officials plan for an independent probe of a police officer's contested $2.7 million inheritance, Seabrook's town manager said an outside agency that investigated police wrongdoing in that town was affordable, fast and professional.

Keene State mum on suspension of veteran track coach

Peter Thomas, the Owls’ cross country and track coach for the past 28 seasons, apparently has been placed on leave from the college for unspecified reasons.

Juliet Marine Systems' Ghost ship.

NH stealth attack boat may be too innovative for the Pentagon

Sancoff tells the story of a Navy SEAL who paid him a visit: ''He said, 'Sir, look at that picture behind your desk of Ghost. That's not a boat. No one knows what you're doing. They don't get it.' ''

Laconia tells court suspension of officer was proper & warranted

LACONIA — The city has filed its response regarding the police officer who is challenging her two-day suspension in the Belknap County Superior Court.

Stunning growth of Salem firm lands it at #161 on Inc. 5000

Salem-based RocketDrop ranked higher than any New Hampshire company had in recent years. The wholesale distributor of consumer electronics, such as smartphones, tablets and gaming consoles, was ranked at No. 161, taking the top spot in the state.

Claremont postmaster indicted for alleged thefts from PTO

Remick is alleged to have taken more than $2,000 between September of 2012 and March of this year, before she was caught by employees at Claremont Savings Bank and the Claremont Middle School.

Monadnock Humane Society director ousted amid board dispute

The ousted executive director of the Monadnock Humane Society says the organization’s board of directors terminated her unfairly.

Suicide with a gun seven times more likely than being murdered with a gun in NH

New Hampshire had a firearm suicide rate of 7.36 per 100,000 people with 97 suicides in 2012, according to News21 data.

Federal prison rape elimination mandate may cost NH counties money

'This is a federal law that will cost the county a lot of money in inspections, certifications. I'll attend as jail liaison but I hope others will attend also,' said Commissioner Dave Babson.

County sees deed office revenue dry up

OSSIPEE — Revenues from Carroll County’s Register of Deeds office experienced a $100,000 dip from last year and officials blame sluggish home sales and tight credit.

Franklin Pierce president stepping down after tough year

The 2013-14 academic year was a difficult one for the university. James F. Birge announced in January the administration's decision to cut six academic majors.

UFO festival set for Labor Day weekend in Exeter

The festival is being put on by the Exeter Area Kiwanis Club. The festival has been held in downtown Exeter for the last four years, drawing UFO enthusiasts from across the country.

State employees union pushes to override Hassan anti-workplace bullying bill veto

'The bill also attempts to legislate politeness, manners and the interpersonal relationships of co-workers,' Gov. Hassan said of the bill when she vetoed it.

40 percent of workers aren't taking their vacation time

About 40 percent of us don't plan on using all of our paid time off this year, according to a new survey released Tuesday by the U.S. Travel Association and GfK, a market research firm.

Morgan Andrews speaks: Notre Dame star undeterred by U.S. U-20 World Cup snub

Last month, Notre Dame midfielder and New Hampshire native Morgan Andrews received shocking news: After years of callups and even a stint as the team’s captain, she was left off the United States’ final roster for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.

Perry hits Washington, aiming to make most of charges against him as he heads to NH

WASHINGTON — Gov. Rick Perry left Texas behind on Thursday for a three-day jaunt to Washington and the presidential testing ground of New Hampshire, vowing to beat his abuse-of-power charges.

How the police in Ferguson became a militarized unit equipped for war

'Our application talked about the danger of domestic terrorism, but that's just something you put in the grant application to get the money,' a council member from Keene, a town of 23,000 in New Hampshire, told the American Civil Liberties Union, which recently published a report on the issue.

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