Sunday Nov 24
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Dangerously strong winds gusting to more than 50 mph felled trees, knocked out power to thousands of Granite Staters Sunday and resulted in the death of a Tilton man in Laconia.
Wind-power foes object to forum sites
Five statewide citizen polling workshops are planned during the first two weeks of December.
Pulp fiction rooted in N.H. back for a third round
It all started with a breakfast. The next thing Rick Broussard and George Geers knew, New Hampshire was lousy with wormholes, politician clones and the undead.
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Filipino American Friendship Society of NH collects funds for relief for the victims for Storm Haiyan
Coastal villages were swept away. Buildings were leveled. The devastation left in Haiyan's wake is difficult to imagine - more than 10,000 people are feared dead, and another 800,000 displaced citizens do not have enough water or food.
Helping hand for the wounded
The Women's Auxiliary of American Legion Post 32 is holding a raffle to give people a chance to win a handmade quilt with all the proceeds going to the Wounded Warrior Project.