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LATELY GOV. Maggie Hassan has been taking credit for the bipartisan budget we passed last year. She wants you to forget the scathing rhetoric she unleashed on the Senate Republicans before she...
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Scene in Manchester: Soup's on — we hope — at Bridge Café

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You may have heard that Larry Thomas, the actor who brought Seinfeld's “Soup Nazi” to life, is coming to the Bridge Café next Monday to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater...

Publisher's Notebook: Cigars, memories and bending phones

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Why this should surprise is beyond me. Isn't software supposed to bend?

Missing moose, ancient glaciers and firewood

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Back in the day, during the first several years of the new century, I could promise any guests at the South Hill Hilton (my house) that if they drove along Pittsburg's Moose Alley they were...

Dick Pinney's Guidelines: Fond memories of waterfowl seasons

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OPENING DAY of the waterfowl season, circa 1970s: The gabble of the ducks and geese was a great background for the almost-whisper talk being passed among three of the members of the Great Bay...

Thanks to one of his longtime readers, Nature Talks columnist Stacey Cole uses an Allied Precision Industries heated bird bath, like this model 970, during the winter months.

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

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FEEDING BIRDS can be very rewarding, yet frustrating at times. Falling under the latter category, one of our Bedford couples wrote in part: “My husband and I retired to New Hampshire 10 years...

Tiny park's got no game — and few visitors

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Everybody, it seems, has their own idea for what Harriman Park should — or at least shouldn't — be.

Delana Harrington Curtis, scorned mistress, sues the Frank Jones estate

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At first, the administration of the estate proceeded smoothly, but trouble was on the horizon. There was the inconvenient matter of Frank Jones' mistress of over 30 years, Delana Harrington Curtis.

Drew Cline: Bill Gardner knows that voter fraud happens in New Hampshire.

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“We have drive-by voting,” New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner said in an interview on Wednesday.

Diane Foley is a lady of extraordinary elegance

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What happened to their son was unthinkable and unspeakable, but the Foleys have thought and spoken about it and answered questions about it, repeatedly, with a quiet dignity and composure that...

May the best grocery bagger win

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In what could be the most exciting grocery store news since Artie T's comeback, the New Hampshire Grocers Association is holding a competition to find the best bagger in the state.

May the best grocery bagger win

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In what could be the most exciting grocery store news since Artie T's comeback, the New Hampshire Grocers Association is holding a competition to find the best bagger in the state.

Mailbag is abuzz with bee, apple information

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I heard from apple lovers and producers all over the state after I wondered a couple of weeks ago, mildly, what happened to the apple crop in my particular bailiwick, just shy of the 45th Parallel at...

2 Dick Pinney's Guidelines: Deer hunting vs. deer shooting

0 Nature Talks: the invasive plant species strike again

18 Dean Kamen is a genius inventor, and he's pretty good at oratory, too

22 Drew Cline: When Republicans turn off Republicans

0 Manchester's Delana Curtis is left out in the cold

0 Find the hidden cash stashed downtown

0 Not every human gets elected, but that chicken certainly pecked away at the legal system

1 Dick Pinney's Guidelines: Great Bay's natural resources declining

0 John Harrigan's Woods, Water & Wildlife: On apples, bears and unlimited cod

0 Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: Hawks should be on the move in peak numbers

1 Mark Hayward's City Matters: Raising a pint for science

4 Drew Cline: A few takeaways from Tuesday's Republican primaries

0 A place for Delana Curtis in Frank Jones' busy life

2 Joe McQuaid's Publisher's Notes: Voting is your stamp on the future

0 Katie McQuaid's Scene in Manchester: Comicon characters may take over city

1 Dick Pinney's Guidelines: Invest time in scouting Canada geese

0 Apple questions and moving wood

1 Mark Hayward's City Matters: Downtown, it's all in the restaurant family

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