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How stable is this telephone pole?

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The game of Jenga pops into my head when I see a telephone pole at the corner of Myrtle and Russell streets in the Currier neighborhood of Manchester.

The debut of the 'The $30,000 Nutt'

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On Dec. 12, 1861, master showman Phineas T. Barnum hired 13-year-old George Washington Morrison Nutt of Manchester on a five-year contract.

Drew Cline: Two weeks before the election, no one is talking about guns

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Where is the gun issue?

Flash mob workshop will be a 'Thriller'

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With Halloween approaching, one Manchester dance studio is looking to give wannabes like me some real Michael Jackson dance skills by offering a free “Thriller” Flash Mob Workshop this...

Government thinks it's your right not to know

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Don't look now, but the people we choose to represent us are spending way too much time trying to keep us in the dark.

A sad dog story, borders and Ebola

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The story that's on many lips and minds is the sad story about the three Siberian huskies that got loose in Merrimack and were killed by a farmer protecting his piglets as they were being savaged by...

Cheryl Kimball's Nature Talks: Hornets, wasps and bees — oh my!

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STINGING THINGS have long been my downfall when it comes to being “out in nature.”

P.T. Barnum discovers George Washington Morrison Nutt

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ON APRIL 1, 1848, Maria Nutt of Manchester gave birth to a boy. She and her husband, Rodnia Nutt Sr. named the child George Washington Morrison Nutt. The little boy with the big name was destined to...

Drew Cline: In New Hampshire, 'hope and change' has become 'duck and run'

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The Clintons rise again in NH as Obama's popularity tanks.

No Columbus Day celebration, but we'll always have our Festivus poles

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In fourteen hundred ninety-two, Columbus sailed the ocean blue. Today, he'd be told, “No soup for you!”

No Columbus Day celebration, but we'll always have our Festivus poles

READER COMMENTS: 3

In fourteen hundred ninety-two, Columbus sailed the ocean blue. Today, he'd be told, “No soup for you!”

64 NH Masonic Lodges open to public Saturday

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This Saturday, all 64 Masonic Lodges across the Granite State, including the imposing structure at 1505 Elm St., will hold their annual fall open houses to give the public a firsthand look into the...

0 Swinging a maul and splitting wood at camp

0 Dick Pinney's Guide Lines: Experience trumps exuberance with brook trout

0 Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: Jennifer, our cosset lamb, loved the rocking chair

4 Tenants, landlords trumped by persistent bedbugs

0 Delana Curtis and Frank Jones: The drama concludes

0 Getting a kick out of Kickstarter project

4 You don't have to be a kid to earn a time-out for your actions

0 Of partridges and turtles in the middle of the road

0 Dick Pinney's Guidelines: Mentoring builds conservation ethic

0 Cheryl Kimball's Nature Talks: The secret life of wildlife revealed on game cam

0 Neighbors want a sound wall for a wall of highway sound

0 Delana Harrington Curtis finds surprising sympathy in the press

0 Scene in Manchester: Soup's on — we hope — at Bridge Cafť

0 Publisher's Notebook: Cigars, memories and bending phones

1 Missing moose, ancient glaciers and firewood

0 Dick Pinney's Guidelines: Fond memories of waterfowl seasons

0 Nature Talks: How to keep the birds fed and happy this winter

4 Tiny park's got no game — and few visitors

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