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Ray Duckler: In a one-shot deal, Magdziarz finally gets his prize

The woods, Stanley Magdziarz says, insulate him from life's harsh terms. There, he's able to put aside his sadness, caused by family tragedies, feeling safe, fulfilled, at peace. And there, in the woods…

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Former state rep challenges incumbent Democratic state senator in District 7

Both first-term Democratic state Sen. Andrew Hosmer and his Republican challenger in District 7, former state representative Kathy Lauer-Rago, say changes are needed in the state when it comes to economics…

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Epsom man indicted on new rape charges, raising count of alleged victims to 4

A 67-year-old Epsom man accused this summer of raping two children hundreds of times in the early 1990s has been indicted in Merrimack County Superior Court on new charges alleging sexual assaults on a…

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Franklin Fire Department thankful for C.A.V.E.S.

C.A.V.E.S. helps out On Monday, Oct. 6, about 12:30 a.m., the Franklin police and fire departments responded to South Main Street (Route 3 South near the Daniel Webster Farm) for a serious vehicle crash.…

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Biologists studying health of moose population

New Hampshire's busiest moose checking station was conspicuously not busy Tuesday morning. The small outpost, nestled in the Kilkenny Valley in Milan, is one of six biologist check stations the state's…

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Ebola, foreign policy in spotlight during latest Shaheen-Brown debate

Reflecting the increasingly nationalized tone of the race, the bulk of the conversation between New Hampshire's U.S. Senate candidates at last night's WBIN-TV/CNN debate was grounded not in issues directly…

Today at 01:24AM
Franklin schools get slice of $9.75M for mental health training

The Franklin-Hill School District is one of three in the state that will split a $9.75 million federal grant for mental health training and education. The amount of money the district will receive from…

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People for Oct. 25, 2014

CANTERBURY Timothy Gurshin Jr., son of Timothy Gurshin and Olivia Henry, earned a bachelor's degree in aeronautics and astronautics from Stanford University in Stanford, Calif. He will work as a mechanical…

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Headlines from around the world of sports

NBA Lakers' Nash ruled out for season with back injury LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash was ruled out for the season with a back injury, putting the two-time NBA MVP's career in doubt. The…

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A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements

Freshmen football The Concord High freshman football team beat Portsmouth, 28-20. The Tide was led by the running attack of Matt Burke, Alex Buteau and Sal Rinaldi. The defense was anchored by TJ Celestine,…

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Red Sox hire Chili Davis as hitting coach

BOSTON - The Boston Red Sox hired Chili Davis as their hitting coach. Davis held that job with the Oakland Athletics the past three seasons and with Boston's top minor-league team at Triple-A Pawtucket…

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Manning, Sanders lead Broncos past Chargers, 35-21

DENVER - Emmanuel Sanders waited six long weeks to join the list of players who have caught a touchdown pass from Peyton Manning. Now, he has four in less than a week. Manning and Sanders connected for…

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UNH hockey: Wildcats head home after encouraging weekend vs. Michigan

DURHAM - University of New Hampshire hockey fans will finally get to see this youth movement for themselves. And so far, Coach Dick Umile thinks they'll like what they see. "It's early, but I like the…

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Vereen brothers square off when Bears visit Pats

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - The Vereen brothers competed hard against each other while growing up in California. Video games. Stickball. Basketball in the backyard. And, of course, football - in the living room.…

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Chara injured during Bruins' 3-2 loss to Islanders

BOSTON - The Boston Bruins lost the game to the New York Islanders, 3-2, and then waited to find out how long they will be without their captain and No. 1 defenseman, Zdeno Chara. The 2009 Norris Trophy…

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Penacook's Murphy among Legends of Hockey Hall of Famers

Remember when just six teams played in the NHL? When American hockey was considered vastly inferior to Canadian? When far more hockey teams played on ponds than in arenas? Steve Murphy does. Those memories…

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Pound-for-pound high school rankings

POUND-FOR-POUND HIGH SCHOOL RANKINGS Team (with last week's rank) 1. BOW GOLF (1) The first champions of autumn stay in the top spot for one more week. 2. BOW FOOTBALL (3) Second-string Falcons were…

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High schools: Kearsarge boys' soccer team protects its turf

With driving rains and flash floods soaking much of New Hampshire yesterday, the Kearsarge boys' soccer team found refuge on the turf field at Proctor Academy in nearby Andover. The Cougars (8-7-1) looked…

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My Turn: This is a season of celebration for Hindu Bhutanese

America has a heterogeneous society, with diverse cultures, people and traditions intertwined in a single strand. Our country respects and honors diversity, and holds freedom of religion as one of our…

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My Turn: There was a time when great craftsmanship was its own reward

We recently enjoyed a fall walk along the Merrimack River in Boscawen on a newly opened section of the Northern Rail Trail, following what was originally a Boston and Maine rail line. At one point, I…

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My Turn: Brown offers little more than an artificial image

I remember with pleasure the 1996 Concord celebration when Jeanne Shaheen was first elected governor of New Hampshire, and admirers gathered at the Audi to celebrate her election. Many were happy again…

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My Turn: Domestic violence victims harmed by Boutin's vote

It is with great concern that I have learned that Republican state Sen. David Boutin has so blatantly run away from his vote against House Bill 1409, which if enacted into law would have expanded the law…