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April 08. 2013 3:50PM

Rand Paul first to visit all 3 early primary states

Paul visited South Carolina in January and is set to return in the summer. But before that: New Hampshire and Iowa in May. The son of 2012 GOP hopeful Ron Paul of Texas is taking a more traditional route than his father, though perhaps less

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NH couple charged by moose while snowmobiling in Maine

JACKMAN, MAINE (CBS) – A Belmont, New Hampshire couple had quite a scare while they were snowmobiling up in northern Maine on Friday.

Free State Project president featured in NH Magazine’s list of remarkable women

Writer and lawyer Carla Gericke is the daughter of a diplomat who lived on three different continents. She immigrated to the US in the 1990s, so, she says, “I’ve never accepted geography as fate.”

How federal overtime changes could affect N.H. employers

In an unexpected move, President Obama in March delivered a presidential memorandum to the labor secretary instructing the Department of Labor to revise and update federal Fair Labor Standards Act regulations.

BAE Systems tries using ultraviolet (not infrared) spectrum to spot incoming missiles

NASHUA – Detecting incoming missiles with electromagnetic waves from one part of the spectrum – the ultraviolet – as well waves from the other end

Quake risks at New England nuclear plants cited

US Senators Edward J. Markey and Elizabeth Warren are calling for increased safety measures at two area nuclear power plants after a Nuclear Regulatory Commission report found potential vulnerabilities to earthquakes.

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 …

Defense attorneys say Nashua police officer may have shot suspect in the back

NASHUA – Defense attorneys say the man shot by a Nashua police officer last month may have been shot in the back, according to documents.

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.

New York adopts 'popular vote law' in effort to limit power of smaller swing states like NH

Under the National Popular Vote Compact, which Gov. Cuomo signed off on Tuesday, the state has agreed to award its electoral college votes to whichever presidential candidate wins the national popular vote.

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.

Lafond defense wants results of blood tests thrown out at dead teen trial

LACONIA — Attorney Mark Sisti, who represents Amy Lafond against charges that her reckless and negligent driving caused the death of one teenage girl and severely injured another on Messer Street nearly a year ago, has asked the Belknap County Superior Court to rule that the results of tests on the blood taken from his client after the incident not be placed in evidence.

Video: Obamacoin alternative currency accepted at new Keene parking HQ

Given the booms and busts of other monetary alternatives, the individual is at a loss to predict what possible exchange rates Obamacoin will establish itself at as businesses begin accepting and trading with this new system.

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.

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