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New Jersey woman gets lost, rescued while hiking Mount Welch in Waterville Valley | New Hampshire

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New Jersey woman gets lost, rescued while hiking Mount Welch in Waterville Valley | New Hampshire


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AG: Juvenile charged with 1st-degree murder in student’s death

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AG: Juvenile charged with 1st-degree murder in student’s death


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Lead poisoning deaths up in New Hampshire loons despite law

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Lead poisoning deaths up in New Hampshire loons despite law


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Pembroke adopts policy for protecting transgender students | New Hampshire

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Pembroke adopts policy for protecting transgender students | New Hampshire


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PHOTOS: Windmill preps for Thanksgiving

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PHOTOS: Windmill preps for Thanksgiving


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NH Primary Source: Jasper appears to have votes for confirmation as agriculture commissioner

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NH Primary Source: Jasper appears to have votes for confirmation as agriculture commissioner


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  • As 4 more Russians banned, Olympic leader Bach warns critics
    As 4 more Russians banned, Olympic leader Bach warns critics

    , concordmonitor.com

    By GRAHAM DUNBAR Associated Press GENEVA – As four more Russians were disqualified Friday for doping at the Sochi Olympics, IOC President Thomas Bach told critics not to put pressure on his executive board before a key decision next month on the country’s participation at the Pyeongchang Games. Two-time bobsled gold medalist Alexander Zubkov, who carried the Russian flag at the opening ceremony in Sochi, was removed from the 2014 records in the latest round of verdicts from an International Olympic Committee panel prosecuting individuals caught in a program to cover up doping and tamper with tainted samples
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Politics & Government

  • Poll: Granite Staters divided over tax bill, health care
    Poll: Granite Staters divided over tax bill, health care

    , concordmonitor.com

    By PAUL STEINHAUSER For the Monitor Granite Staters are divided on the Republican-backed tax plans making their way through Congress, according to a University of New Hampshire public opinion survey. The latest Granite State Poll indicates that most people were happy federal lawmakers failed earlier this autumn to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, which is more commonly known as Obamacare; they care about voter fraud, but don’t think it’s a problem here; and they favor border patrol checkpoints in the state, but not a wall on the U
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Sports

  • Sibley ignites Furman in 2nd half for win over UNH men’s basketball
    Sibley ignites Furman in 2nd half for win over UNH men’s basketball

    , concordmonitor.com

    Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Devin Sibley opened the second half with a pair of free throws, a 3-pointer, a steal and dunk and another 3, Furman scored the first 11 points after halftime, stretched a five-point lead to 29 and held off New Hampshire, 78-64 in Friday’s opener of the PK80 tournament at Nashville. Sibley, with nine rebounds and three assists, also dished a no-look pass to Matt Rafferty during the Paladins 32-8 breakaway run through the second half
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Business

  • NH's small businesses give x2018a personal touch' on Black Friday, malls packed with bargain hunters
    NH's small businesses give x2018a personal touch' on Black Friday, malls packed with bargain hunters

    , unionleader.com

    NASHUA – Braving white-knuckle parking lots, anxious shoppers packed southern New Hampshire’s malls, shopping plaza and downtowns Friday seeking perfect presents and the best bargains. Black Friday – the entire week around Thanksgiving in fact – is an economic boom for retailers, as foot traffic swells and retailers jockey for their share of Christmas commerce. At the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen in downtown Nashua, manager Lisa Lewis said the city’s Winter Holiday Stroll is a boon
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Society & Culture

  • Militants attack Egyptian mosque, kill at least 235 people
    Militants attack Egyptian mosque, kill at least 235 people

    , concordmonitor.com

    By BRIAN ROHAN and SAMY MAGDY Associated Press In the deadliest-ever attack by Islamic extremists in Egypt, militants assaulted a crowded mosque Friday during prayers, blasting helpless worshippers with gunfire and rocket-propelled grenades and blocking their escape routes. At least 235 people were killed before the assailants got away. The attack in the troubled northern part of the Sinai Peninsula targeted a mosque frequented by Sufis, members of a mystic movement within Islam
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Education

  • AG: Juvenile charged with 1st-degree murder in student’s death
    AG: Juvenile charged with 1st-degree murder in student’s death

    , concordmonitor.com

    Associated Press Authorities have arrested a juvenile in the shooting death of an 18-year-old New Hampshire high school student. Attorney General Gordon MacDonald said Ian Jewell was killed by a single gunshot wound to the chest at a hardware store parking lot in Goffstown. He was a student at Manchester Memorial High School. MacDonald said Wednesday night that the juvenile was charged with first-degree murder, accused of knowingly causing Jewell’s death with a deadly weapon in the commission of a robbery
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Travel & Recreation

  • PHOTOS: Windmill preps for Thanksgiving
    PHOTOS: Windmill preps for Thanksgiving

    , concordmonitor.com

    Volunteers were busy making final preparations at the Windmill Family Restaurant in Concord on Wednesday ahead of their annual Thanksgiving dinner event. The tradition was started in 1990 when Louie Smirnioudis paired with the Friendly Kitchen to offer meals to the homeless. On Thursday, from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. to-go meals will be available to anyone who comes in at no charge, with an option to make a donation
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Law & Crime

  • This computer game comes thanks to 2 Supreme Court justices
    This computer game comes thanks to 2 Supreme Court justices

    , concordmonitor.com

    By JESSICA GRESKO Associated Press The Supreme Court’s first female justice, Sandra Day O’Connor, has helped teach millions of students civics through computer games created by an organization she founded. Now, with a push from the Supreme Court’s first Hispanic justice, Sonia Sotomayor, the group has translated one of its games into Spanish. The group iCivics, which O’Connor founded in 2009 after her retirement from the Supreme Court, now has 19 computer games that were played by 5 million students last year
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