17 hrs ago
Granite State adds color to the holidays with tree-lighting events
The Granite State is parading into the holiday season this weekend. Here's a sampling of events planned:Today, Dec. 5 - Light the Tree Celebration, 5:30 to 8 p.m., Atkinson Resort & Country Club.
21 hrs ago
Fred Upton, a lawyer who made NH better
Born in Bow in 1918, Upton lived virtually all of his life in Concord. He was a graduate of Dartmouth College, attended Harvard Law School and practiced law at Upton & Hatfield, the firm started by his father, for nearly 50 years.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Economist's View: Like abolishing national insurance for the young, it's all too little too late
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Talking with a Parks director with 880,000 bosses
Phil Ginsburg: I grew up outside of Philadelphia, and I went to Dartmouth College.
More logging, deforestation may better serve climate in some areas
Replacing forests with snow-covered meadows may provide greater climatic and economic benefits than if trees are left standing in some regions, according to a Dartmouth College study that for the first time puts a dollar value on snow's ability to reflect the sun's energy.
Regina Leader Post
Sask.-born student earns Rhodes Scholarship
From the prairies of western Canada to the historic halls of Oxford University, one Saskatchewan-born student is set to take one of the biggest postgraduate steps there is.
National Review Online
Paul Moreno: Corporate Personhood's Long Life
One of the main objections to the plaintiff's complaint is that the First Amendment does not protect the rights of corporations.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.
Daniel S. Day
Born on March 11, 1934 in Boston, MA, Dan, son of John A. and Mary E. Day, grew up in Wellesley, Massachusetts before he and his family moved to the mid-west, where Dan attended Palatine High School, outside of Chicago.
New Hampshire Public Radio -
NAFTA Turns Twenty
He is also author of the book Are Worker Rights Human Rights? and edits the New Political Economy book series for Routledge Press.
WNYC-AM New York
The Southern Pine Beetle in New Jersey
Aaron Weed , Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Department of Biological Sciences at Dartmouth College, talks about the study he co-authored on a species of beetle destroying pine forests in New Jersey, and how climate change is advancing its range.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
SEE International Welcomes New Board Member Wright Watling
Watling is a veteran of the Central and Southern California Coast real estate world, boasting 35 years of experience in commercial brokerage, development and investing in industrial, office and retail projects.
The Wichita Eagle
Nameberry: 40-plus neglected namesake names - boys edition
Last week we looked at some neglected girls' namesake names, now it's the boys' turn as we seek some equally distinctive names from American history and culture, names that could provide unique-ish options with interesting back-stories.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Author brings inspiring message during Children's Book Week
Author and illustrator Phyllis Limbacher Tildes encouraged students of all ages to pursue their dreams during her recent visit to South Effingham High School.
Capital Beat: In old academic paper, a less-than-flattering portrait of the N.H. Legislature of 1913
Granite State politicos this year celebrated the 100th birthday of New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation presidential primary, and honored the 1913 Legislature that a century ago passed the law creating it.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Great Bend Tribune
GBHS Hall of FAME
Great Bend High School has announced its 2013 inductees to the GBHS Hall of Fame.
Filmmaker Uncovers Her Family's Shocking Slave-Trading History, Urges Americans to Explore Own Roots
Katrina Browne , producer and director of the documentary, Traces of the Trade: A Story From the Deep North , in which she narrates her family's history as the largest slave-trading family in U.S. history.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Mainers have vivid recollections of JFK's death
Most people alive 50 years ago remember where they were when President Kennedy was shot.
Normal weight obesity ups cardiac deaths in older adults
In older adults, normal weight obesity is associated with cardiac abnormalities and increased risk for cardiovascular mortality, according to research published in the Nov. 15 issue of The American Journal of Cardiology .
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Newport's most famous woman, who championed Thanksgiving, is honored
More than 200 people turned out for the dedication of a park and memorial to honor Sarah Josepha Hale at the Richards Free Library on Saturday.
Alfred Hornung honoree of internationally renowned Carl Bode-Norman Holmes Pearson Prize
The American Studies Association, the world's largest association devoted to the interdisciplinary study of American culture and history, has awarded Professor Alfred Hornung of the American Studies division at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz with the 2013 Carl Bode-Norman Holmes Pearson Prize for Outstanding Contributions to American ... (more)