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NH Can’t Wait It’s Time to Take Action Holds Press Conference in Claremont

About 15 people attended the Claremont press conference NH Can’t Wait! It’s Time to Take Action at the Opera House. Representative from health care service industries and proponents of expanded Medicaid presented their reasons why NH needs the action. Amilee

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Newbury’s Hot Dog Guy

The hot dog cart has been a part of summer in Newbury Harbor for the past 20 years. Brad Sherman has been operating the hot dog stand for the last 10 years. Although he usually starts being open on weekends

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Saturday is Free Fishing Day in NH

Saturday, June 1, 2013, is Free Fishing Day in New Hampshire, so get out your fishing gear and head for the water! You don’t need a license to fish that day, so make plans to cast a line with family

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Vermont Free Fishing Day – June 8

Vermont’s bass fishing, once a well-kept secret among anglers, shifts gears with the start of the traditional bass season on Saturday, June 8, which also happens to be Free Fishing Day in Vermont. Catch-and-release bass fishing with artificial flies or

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Trains,Energy and BuildingUsing them In the Future

Trains, what’s not to like? This Saturday May 18, Prudent Living of the Upper Valley debuts a gigantic model train set at LaValley’s Building Supply in W. Lebanon. The 750-square-foot display shows how energy is made and used in America

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Car Nutts Cruise Night is Back

You know summer is near when Car Nutts, car club hold their first Cruise Night in Newport. Even though the temperatures chilly a large crowd was there to take in the sights of the antique and classic cars. Car Nutts

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Colby Graduates 260 Students

The rain stayed away long enough for Colby Sawyer College to hold graduation ceremonies on Saturday for the 260 students on college’s front lawn. Cory James Schofield, a Media Studies major from Concord, NH was the Senior Commencement Speaker and

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Dartmouth Students and Inmates Collaborate in “Telling My Story”

Dartmouth students and male inmates from the Sullivan County House of Corrections are performing in an end of term performance “Telling My Story” on Thursday and Friday at 5:30 pm at the Sullivan County House of Corrections in Unity. Students

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NMHS Dramatic Society Presents Play

After a hiatus of eight years the Dramatic Society of Newport Middle High School presents a compilation of scenes, Grace, Looks Get in the Way, and The Boy who Cried Genie this Friday and Saturday. The show starts at 6:00

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Kunin to Speak at 2013 Vermont Women’s Education Conference

Madeleine Kunin, Vermont’s first female governor and author of The New Feminist Agenda: Defining the Next Revolution for Women, Work and Family, is the keynote speaker for the 2013 Vermont Women in Higher Education (VWHE) Women’s Leadership Conference Over one

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