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  1. Long-time Vermont news leader Marselis Parsons dies at 70Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    WCAX News Director Anson Tebbetts said Wednesday that Parsons died about 6 a.m. in Williston. He had been suffering from cancer.

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  2. Dartmouth symposium focuses on opioid abuse, deathsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Leaders in health care, law enforcement, criminal justice and other fields are coming together to discuss New Hampshire's growing problem with heroin and other opioids. The 11th annual Dartmouth Symposium on Substance Abuse is being held Thursday in Hanover.

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  3. Dartmouth symposium focuses on opioid abuse, deathsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Leaders in health care, law enforcement, criminal justice and other fields are coming together to discuss New Hampshire's growing problem with heroin and other opioids. The 11th annual Dartmouth Symposium on Substance Abuse is being held Thursday in Hanover.

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  4. NH architects announce student awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 4 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The New Hampshire Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has announced the results of its 2015 High School Design Competition. Awards were distributed at the AIA New Hampshire / Keene State College Architecture Department Annual Meeting held at Keene State College, April 30. The AIANH Design Competition is a program that requires students to work on a theoretical project under the guidance of their teachers.

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  5. Man who forged many of the museum's achievements retiringRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2015 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The Montshire Museum that borders New Hampshire and Vermont and combines those states' names in its moniker had humble roots in a defunct bowling alley and has grown to be a nationally recognized museum that last summer hosted the acclaimed exhibit "A T.Rex Named Sue." The Valley News of Lebanon reports that he came from Missouri's Botanical Gardens in St. Louis and saw the potential for a museum of exhibits then stuffed into an old bowling alley on Lyme Road in Hanover, New Hampshire.

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  6. Electricity rates dropping in near termRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2015 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Two of the state's electric utilities, N.H. Electric Cooperative and Liberty Utilities, have announced sharp rate cuts while a third, Unitil, has filed paperwork with the N.H. Public Utilities Commission requesting a 37-percent reduction for power costs starting June 1. Eversource, formerly Public Service of New Hampshire, is expected to file a mid-year rate adjustment in May that would take effect July 1. A company spokeswoman wouldn't say what direction rates were headed.  “What we have seen in the wholesale markets would indicate the rate could go down,” Tom Frantz, director of the electric division for the N.H. Public Utilities Commission, said of Eversource.  New England has limited natural gas pipeline capacity.

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  7. Heifers cross auction block at UNHRead the original story

    Mar 16, 2015 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The New Hampshire College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts was incorporated, initially in connection with Dartmouth College at Hanover, 149 years ago. Eventually it settled in 1893, on Durham land that was bequeathed upon the passing of Ben Thompson, and in1923 it became what we now know as the University of New Hampshire.

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  8. No let up: Clipper boys come out firing, bury ConValRead the original story

    Mar 10, 2015 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Jim Mulvey has coached the Portsmouth High School boys basketball team to a pair of championships and five title games appearances, but Monday night marked the first time in his nine seasons that his team entered the Division II tournament as the top seed. The Clippers embraced their position as the team to beat from the opening tip of this year's tournament opener.

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  9. Corps working to treat contaminated soil at labRead the original story

    Mar 9, 2015 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The U.S Army Corps of Engineers has come up with a way to treat contaminated soil at the Army's Cold Regions Research and Engineering Lab in Hanover, New Hampshire. The chemical, trichloroethylene, or TCE, was used for years as a coolant at the lab.

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  10. High schoolers soar in New Hampshire; only ski jumping stateRead the original story

    Feb 12, 2015 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    On a crisp February night at the rim of the forest behind New Hampshire's Newport High School, Ruby Spitz perches on long, wide skis at the edge of a steep ramp, 65 feet above the ground and peering down at a snowy, brightly lit landing hill. This is a rare bird: A ski jumper in the only state where high schoolers still compete in the leaning-in, gravity-testing sport.

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  11. Private forest owners aging, parcels shrinkingRead the original story

    Jan 4, 2015 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The age of forest landowners across the country is increasing and the size of parcels they own is shrinking - and that has state, federal and private experts fearing for the long-term health of millions of acres of American woodlands. The concerns of forestry professionals are more subtle than the typical worries over large-scale development: as the parcels of land get smaller the people who own them might not have the same commitment to the forests as the previous landowners.

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  12. Private forest owners aging, parcels shrinkingRead the original story

    Dec 7, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The age of forest landowners across the country is increasing and the size of parcels they own is shrinking - and that has state, federal and private experts fearing for the long-term health of millions of acres of American woodlands. The concerns of forestry professionals are more subtle than the typical worries over large-scale development: as the parcels of land get smaller the people who own them might not have the same commitment to the forests as the previous landowners.

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  13. Private forest owners aging, parcels shrinkingRead the original story

    Dec 7, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The age of forest landowners across the country is increasing and the size of parcels they own is shrinking - and that has state, federal and private experts fearing for the long-term health of millions of acres of American woodlands. The concerns of forestry professionals are more subtle than the typical worries over large-scale development: as the parcels of land get smaller the people who own them might not have the same commitment to the forests as the previous landowners.

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  14. Boyle receives Hanover a Heroa awardRead the original story

    Nov 5, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Diane Boyle, personal account manager at Cross Insurance, was the recent recipient of the Hanover Insurance “Hero” Award on Friday, Oct. 31. This prestigious award is presented to an agency employee who has made a positive impact on someone else's life, including the lives of his/her valued clients. Becky Masse, pictured here with Diane, nominated Diane for the award, with the following tribute: “I would like to nominate Diane, one of our Personal Lines Account Managers.

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  15. Rockingham District 24-Greenland, Hampton, Hampton Falls, Kensington, ...Read the original story

    Oct 30, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Name: Chris Muns Age: 59 Political Party: Democrat Elected position you are seeking: NH Senate District 24 Number of Years Living in the District: 17 Family: Married to Melanie ; Jennifer and Ben Education: BA, Economics - Bowdoin College MBA, Amos Tuck School - Dartmouth College Current Occupation: Not Currently Working Employment, military and volunteer history: I have worked in a variety of financial accounting and human resource management positions for Wheelabrator Technologies, Raytheon, Fisher Scientific, Fidelity Investments and Comverse Volunteer History Chairman of Hampton Town Democratic Committee from 2008 to 2013 Please list all public offices to which you've been elected, when and where: At-large member of the Winnacunnet School Board since March 2012, Chairman since March 2013; NH State Representative since December 2012.

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