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KATIE MCQUAID
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...
KELLEY TAMBOURIS
Manchester parents need to know the challenges facing teachers.
EDITORIAL
Kuster's economic ignorance strikes again.
JOE MCQUAID
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.
EDITORIAL
Shaheen desperately spins her Obamacare vote.
PAT BUCHANAN
Politics prevents a good response to Ebola
BY CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER
Getting the Ebola policy right.
BY WAYNE F. LESPERANCE JR.
A political science professor examines the GOP's chances of victory in 2014.
BY GEORGE WILL
The mindless "war on women" chant
EDITORIAL
Maggie Hassan and state health officials apparently have learned little from the federal trainwreck that has been the Obama administration's response to Ebola.
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1 Man who bet it all and lost on Apple supplier writes heartbreaking letter

1 Anti-libertarian group fingers 39 candidates as Free Staters

0 Low income home heating aid distributed by feds, NH to receive $23.2M

0 Arbitrator’s ruling details Weare officer’s contested departure

0 Groveton selectmen split on supporting former mill workers bid for Northern Pass aid

0 Gribble asks for sentence reduction for related charges

0 BBC: Recreational sex is a rich person's game

0 Brown meets with Hampton mom facing 'shock' of electric rate hikes

0 Cop cars burn in Thetford, Vt. . . . again

0 80 immigrants from 39 countries become NH citizens

0 Destruction of memorial adds pain to woman's loss: Boyfriend was shot to death in May

0 National Review: What the left can’t admit about the politics of Ebola

0 NH gun control candidate distances herself from 'aggressive' Gabby Giffords

0 Beliefs divide lesbian, Catholic family

0 Dartmouth College wins dismissal of empoloyee's sexual discrimination claims

0 Estimate: Vermont Yankee shutdown will cost $1.24B

0 Globe: Did Fremont just have its first homicide ever?

0 Sarah Silverman and the art of advocacy

0 NHPR: Kuster engaged in election-year swing to the center

0 Women not flocking to Democrats in key Senate races

0 Vermont AG Sorrell sues Emerge Family Advocates

0 Two Conn. men plead guilty to bribery scheme involving same FBI agent in New York who tried to thwart probe into ex-NH lawmaker's $54M Afghan military contract fraud

0 Oklahoma OKs new vendor for winter standardized testing contract with NH firm

0 Some concerned about company bringing concert to Keene during Pumpkin Festival

0 The Beethoven Machine: Can a computer compose the music of the future?

Sam Asano's Let's Invent: The pesky problem of financing inventions

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As an inventor, I am well acquainted with the problem of money. Or more precisely stated, the problem of not having money. I am sure many readers silently or loudly agree with me.

Members from the Woman to Woman Coalition and the Post-Landfill Action Network landed $25,000 grants from the Entrepreneurs Foundation of NH Thursday night at Smuttynose Brewery in Hampton.

Two nonprofits receive a 'quick' $25,000 after pitch

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Leaders from seven nonprofits pitched their passions to the Entrepreneurs Foundation of New Hampshire (EFNH) in three minutes flat to secure $25,000 grants for their organization.

Big step forward for Littleton outdoor footwear manufacturer

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For the same reasons that originally brought it to town — a skilled workforce and a great location among them — Kamik, a leading manufacturer of outdoor footwear, has announced plans to quadruple the size of its operations and double its workforce here.

Paul P. Baard's Motivation Matters: Performance reviews are a motivational opportunity

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The dreading has already begun at businesses and nonprofits across the land. For many, the annual performance review is coming up. My survey of employed MBA candidates some years back found that the most frequent calendar date of the year for this critical event (pun intended) was the last working day before Christmas.

Police say man stole lottery tickets from Manchester store

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Manchester police say a man wearing a ski mask entered the Crosstown Variety store on Amory Street around 8:15 p.m., grabbed an undetermined number of lottery scratch tickets and fled the store on foot.

IAN FREEMAN

Free Keene founder gets community service sentence for fraud conviction

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Free Keene founder Ian Freeman, 34, was ordered to perform 100 hours of community service at his sentencing on a fraud conviction in Keene district court Thursday.

Clarksville man accidentally shoots himself

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State police say a Clarksville man accidentally shot himself in his left hand after hunting Sunday.

Two local artists collaborated on making the signs. Michael Eastman, right, hand-drew them and made the quillwork border and Andre Belanger, left, turned them into electronic form to be printed.

Mount Jasper work celebrated with trailhead ceremony

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Several years of work by groups and individuals geared toward protecting Mount Jasper and making it easier for the public to use, culminated with a ribbon-cutting late last week at the trailhead of one of the mountain's two trails.

Not only did the 24th annual Keene Pumpkin Festival fall dramatically short of breaking its 2013 record of 30,581 lit jack-o-lanterns — there were 21,912 — the festival was also marred by out-of-control party-goers in Keene State College neighborhoods outside the festival area on Main Street.

Keene Pumpkin Festival has uncertain future

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The 24th annual Keene Pumpkin Festival Saturday was supposed to be a celebration of the city bringing the world record home as well as a new attempt at breaking the record for a tenth time.

3 Manchester McDonald's pitch in for breast cancer

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The ownership of the three franchises has pledged to donate 5 percent of all sales Monday to the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition.

KSC graduate in town says he aided a wounded party-goer

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A Keene State College graduate who was back in town for the Pumpkin Festival on Saturday said he witnessed the chaos firsthand, and provided aid to a severely wounded party-goer.

No Labels political group visits Granite State

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A political movement that hopes to break through the partisan gridlock that has mired the federal government took its message to the people of New Hampshire during a public meeting.

48 set to be cleared after Ebola monitoring

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Monday morning, 48 of the people in Dallas who are being monitored for Ebola symptoms will be cleared to resume their lives, after a tense three weeks for them and for much of the nation.

Weare shakes its head at police department saga

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John Velleca, chief for just over a year, was brought in to right a damaged police department. It appeared his efforts were paying off, with talk of higher departmental morale and better relations with residents. That all blew up in mid-September, however, when Velleca was accused of assaulting his secretary, with whom he had a brief affair.

Keene State College students clean up after mayhem, say weekend riots were not their fault

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Keene State College students living on Winchester Court said Sunday they are not to blame for riots that took place Saturday, while the Keene Pumpkin Festival took place across town. Early Sunday morning, a large group of Keene State College students took to the streets and yards in the college neighborhoods and cleaned up.

Sunday's inaugural “Mushtoberfest” at Jericho Mountain State Park in Berlin, drew teams from all over the Northeast for a weekend of camaraderie, how-to clinics and training runs on the extensive ATV trail system at the state park located off Route 110 in the southwestern corner of “The City That Trees Built.”

Inaugural 'Mushtoberfest' a howling success at Jericho Mountain State Park

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More than a dozen sled-dog teams from all over the Northeast came to the inaugural Mushtoberfest at Jericho Mountain State Park this past weekend where veterans of the Iditarod and Yukon Quest races offered advice and encouragement to mushers of all ages and abilities.

Londonderry man killed in I-495 off-ramp crash identified

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A man was killed while driving his motorcycle on the exit ramp from Interstate 495 north to Commonwealth Drive in Lawrence, Mass., on Friday afternoon, state police said.

NH Senior News: Maple Suites in Dover hosting free seminar to look at cost of dementia care

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Maple Suites independent senior living community is hosting a free seminar on the “Cost of Dementia Care” at 11 a.m. Saturday at 30 Holiday Drive. The public is welcome.

Stop giving your workers holiday behavior tips

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From now until the end of the year, other dispensers of workplace advice will bombard you with monumentally stupid tips on how to behave at work during the holidays. I, on the other hand, will not.

State association honors broadcasters

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Awards were handed out to broadcast stations in 19 categories at the annual Granite Mike Awards sponsored by the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters on Thursday at the Grappone Center in Concord.

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