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NH man takes prominent role with armed activists at Nevada ranch

Jerry DeLemus said he didn’t travel nearly 3,000 miles to start a war against the federal government, but, as the Rochester native continues his stay …

Nashua Democrat admits she's against freedom in 'Live Free or Die' state

On Sunday, New Hampshire State Representative Suzanne Mercer Vail actually posted on her official Facebook page that she was against freedom. Her post didn't gain traction until today when Granite Staters started commenting.

Sytek: Parole board members rely too much on their personal experiences, make inconsistent decisions

It is better to be guided by software than one's gut, says Olivia Craven, head of the Idaho Commission of Pardons and Parole. Donna Sytek of the New Hampshire Parole Board agrees.

N.H. Fire Marshall reaches agreement with Groton Wind farm

CONCORD — The Office of the Fire Marshall has resolved its dispute with Groton Wind, LLC and Iberdrola Renewables, LLC, the owner of a 24-turbine, 48 megawatt wind farm in Groton, over its failure to comply with fire and building codes.

Want to keep young people in N.H.? Try dodgeball

When Joe Stelmach first watched the movie, “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story,” he had no clue that it would ultimately lead to him finding his wife.

Sammy Hagar, Jason Bonham and Michael Anthony plan July show at Hampton Beach Casino

Sammy Hagar has recruited Jason Bonham, his Van Halen and Chickenfoot bandmate Michael Anthony and his Wabos cohort Vic Johnson for the latest series of "A Journey Through The History Of Rock" shows this summer.

Thirty years ago this week serial killer Christopher Wilder dies in Colebrook shootout

It was a crazed week in Colebrook thirty years ago, when serial killer Christopher Wilder was shot and killed at the Getty Station on Main Street.

New Hampshire paint tax will hurt consumers say critics

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The price of a gallon of paint could rise 75 cents to fund a paint recycling and disposal program in New Hampshire, but it would give consumers a way to empty garages and basements of old paint cans, witnesses told a Senate committee Wednesday.

Good deeds gets lost ring back to owner in Canada

Gendron Construction Services workers Ian Renaud and Randy Newell found the man's titanium band in a box of screws their boss had bought at Eldredge Lumber & Hardware in York. This occurred about two weeks ago as they were working in an attic of a house in Farmington, N.H.

Top stategists advise Democrats not to say 'recovery'

In addition, Stan Greenberg, James Carville and others wrote that in head-to-head polling tests the mere mention of the word "recovery" is trumped by a Republican assertion that the Obama administration has had six years to get the economy moving and its policies haven't worked.

Free Concord: Introducing 'Render Unto Obamacoin'

Render Unto Obamacoin explores themes of consumerism and youth exploitation in political propaganda over the course of its twenty nine minute runtime.

UNH women’s studies class sparks ‘selfie’ website launch

However, some people have had mixed reactions to Whitton’s ForYourSelfie.com. While many people praise the site, there are those that dislike it as well. Whitton was recently published on Thought Catalog and The Huffington Post, and some negative comments about her project quickly followed.

Laconia puts 2 additional cops on weekend patrol to focus on enforcing drug laws

LACONIA — Police said yesterday at a monthly Police Commissioner meeting they will be using some of their overtime budget to increase patrols on summer weekends to try and stem the tide of drugs use and sales within the city.

$250K federal handout aims to spur more to heat with wood

According to prices from the week of April 7 – reported on the website of the New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning – it costs $14.71 and $15.15 per million BTU to heat with wood pellets and wood cord, respectively, compared with $27.45 for fuel oil, $41.84 for propane, $15.96 for natural gas and $46.42 for electricity.

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