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Paying citizens to vote would make politics worse.
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Police work can be very dangerous. Police can be put into life-threatening situations at a moment's notice, or without notice at all.
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On NH's future, listen to Dean Kamen.
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Islamic State's strategy is what, exactly?
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WE MAY BE hearing a lot these days about "Washington gridlock," but I want to assure New Hampshire voters that in our state the Legislature is truly working hard for our citizens.
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CLOUD COMPUTING has become ubiquitous. These days, every tech company seems to be promoting a cloud-based service.
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0 GTAT CEO sold shares day before Apple announcement, stock plunge

0 Meriam Ibrahim attorneys banned from leaving Sudan over accusation they tainted country's image helping her avoid a whipping, execution for faith

0 Scott Brown: Obamnesty a 'Green Light' to send your kids here for EBT cards

0 Conway motel condemned by fire department; 29 residents displaced

0 Senate bill offers up to $10m for info into beheading of NH journalist

0 Texas judge denies divorce for lesbian couple married in NH

0 Keene files motion to dismiss Shire Free Church appeal

0 Chesterfield church to explore ugly parts of the Bible

0 Family of CIA contractor slain in Benghazi sues for $2M in damages

0 Parasite decreases Moose population, impacting New England hunting season

0 Granite Staters travel to New York City for election year 'climate change' demonstration

0 Strafford County jail inmate claims medical mistreatment

0 NHMS, Miller Lite extend deal for another 3 years

0 Lesson in patriotism: Lebanon High senior petitions for American flag to be flown after school snubs 9/11

0 Judge tosses evidence in pot case over bogus search warrant

0 Conway police commissioner pleads guilty to road-rage assaults, won't resign

0 New Hampshire Democratic party implies huge veterans data breach was gubernatorial candidate's fault

0 Fireball over New Hampshire may have been Russian spy satellite (VIDEO)

0 Legislators agree on not paying ransom, but want feds to treat families of hostages better

0 Robots now milk cows at Orford dairy farm

0 MassLive finds little to convey NH advantage at Big E pavilion

0 As it becomes legal, states need common standard for marijuana intoxication says Vt. officer

0 Franklin man accused of stabbing 10-year-old girl's bicycle tire

0 NASCAR: Who the Vegas wise guys like heading into Loudon

0 Ann Coulter wants to murder liberty voters

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Thousands turn out to celebrate 25th Anniversary of Derryfest

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Two large cakes were ready to go as thousands of people turned out Saturday for the 25th Anniversary Celebration of Derryfest in MacGregor Park.

Everett casino could impact New Hampshire gaming attempts

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Supporters of expanded gaming in the state still believe they have a shot at beating Massachusetts to the punch when it comes to making a resort casino in the region a reality.

Former Marine James Ryder teaches his fourth-grade class at Hallsville School in Manchester on Friday.

Lessons from the battlefield brought to forefront in Manchester school program

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Twenty-eight sets of eyes are focused on teacher James Ryder as he rapid-fires questions at them:What's the product of 8 and 3?

James Foley is shown with his camera in Aleppo, Syria, in July 2012. The journalist was kidnapped on Thanksgiving Day 2012 in northern Syria.

For Foley family in Rochester, pain turns into plan of action

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While their son was held captive in Syria by ISIS forces, Diane and John Foley were told next to nothing by the U.S. government, which in turn told them to say nothing.

David Carroll of Warner was named a MacArthur Fellow in 2006. Carroll says of the $500,000 grant that came with the fellowship:

What a genius does with $500,000; named a MacArthur Fellow

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David Carroll will never forget the day he got the call.

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NH Republican convention talks up citizen action

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Hundreds of New Hampshire Republicans gathered Saturday for what they hope is a prelude to a victory party in November.

John Harrigan's Woods, Water & Wildlife: 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 elevation 1,553.

Tickets on sale for Loeb First Amendment honors with Trump

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The Nackey Loeb School of Communications has announced that general admission and VIP package tickets to its annual First Amendment honors event, with featured speaker Donald Trump, are available at www.loebschool.org.

Ted Siefer's City Hall: It was a week of spice, bed bugs, abandoned buildings, gambling

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THE quote-of-the-week award goes to Ward 12 Alderman Keith Hirschmann. "There are a lot of scourges, a lot of things to worry about in the city," he told members of the Administration Committee on Tuesday.

After 38 years of service, Ken Grinnell Jr. is retiring as Minister of Music at the First Congregational Church in Manchester. A gathering was held on Saturday afternoon at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester in honor of Grinnell's service to both the church and the community. Among his other accomplishments, Grinnell was an advocate for the Union Leader Santa fund, playing a signifcant role in helping organize an annual

Going to be missed, Ken Grinnell Jr. retires as Minister of Music

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After 38 years of service, Ken Grinnell Jr. is retiring as Minister of Music at the First Congregational Church in Manchester.

The Stone of Destiny Pipe Band makes its way across the Loon Mountain Bridge Saturday morning to join the celebration at the 39th New Hampshire Highland Games and Festival.

Highland Games at Loon cool time for brave hearts

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Despite dank, overcast weather on Saturday, the 39th New Hampshire Highland Games and Festival again drew huge number of attendees to Loon Mountain Resort for a celebration of all things Caledonian.

At Loon, independence vote seen as doing Scotland proud

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Regardless of the outcome of last Thursday's vote in Scotland on whether to split from the United Kingdom, the voting itself, said several attendees at the 39th New Hampshire Highland Games and Festival, represented the nation's revolutionary ideals, its sensibility, and, ultimately, its spirit.

Retired Chief Justice John Broderick Jr., center, chats with some of the well wishers who attended the presentation of his official portrait at the New Hampshire Supreme Court.

Unveiling judiciary history, retired NH chief justice's official portrait unveiled

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Retired Chief Justice John Broderick Jr., center, chats with some of the well wishers who attended the presentation of his official portrait at the New Hampshire Supreme Court.

Less than two weeks after Londonderry Police dropped disorderly conduct charges against NH GOP activist Michael Zona after his chicken-suited appearance at the August Old Home Day parade, a similar-appearing chicken showed up at Saturday's opening of the Londonderry/Derry Democrats field office, located in the Apple Tree Mall. U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen was the event's keynote speaker. It is unclear who was wearing the chicken suit during Saturday's event. The costumed fowl, which was was dressed in beads and trench coat and carried a sign reading

Shaheen can't shake protesting chicken at Londonderry/Derry Democrats field office

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Less than two weeks after Londonderry police dropped disorderly conduct charges against NH GOP activist Michael Zona after his chicken-suited appearance at the Londonderry's Old Home Day parade, a person in a similar chicken suit showed up at Saturday's opening of the Londonderry/Derry Democrats field office in the Apple Tree Mall.

The courting of the millennials in New Hampshire

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Millennials are better educated, less religious and more likely than recent generations to have a tattoo. Are they ready to leave a permanent mark on politics?

GOP attempts to tie Shaheen to old criminal case

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In the latest of what has been a nasty, contentious battle for the seat held by Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire, the state Republican Party on Friday dredged up a 34-year-old criminal case involving a store Shaheen and her husband, Bill, had sold years before it was investigated for criminal wrongdoing.

NH law prohibits displaying votes on social media

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Lawmakers this year made it a violation to take a photo of a marked ballot and display it on Facebook or other social media.

Diane Foley of Rochester, the mother of slain journalist James Foley, holds a photo of her son her living room on Wednesday.

Foley family in Rochester says their son James' faith explains his actions

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Diane Foley says her faith in God continues to sustain her every day. But it was the faith of her oldest son, James, whose beheading by ISIS terrorists has helped galvanize American public opinion, that was even stronger.

Garry Rayno's State House Dome: Road back to Senate anything but smooth

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SOME STATE SENATE candidates who believed they were going to have a free ride in the general election are not going to be so lucky.

NH preview of events beginning Sept. 21

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Events throughout the state of New Hampshire beginning on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014.

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