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Election 2016 Results: Trump Wins, Sununu Next NH Governor, U.S. Senate Seat Still Undeclared

by Christian Mower November 9, 2016 Front Page News

Donald Trump Has been Declared The Winner of the 2016 Presidential Election Electoral Votes: Trump: 276 Clinton: 218 New Hampshire State Election Governor Republican – Chris Sununu – 49% Democrat – Colin Van Ostern – 47% Libertarian – Max Abramson – 4% United States Senator (no winner declared yet) Democrat – Maggie Hassan – 48% […]

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NH Voter ID Law: What You Should Know Before You Vote

by Christian Mower November 8, 2016 Front Page News

Be sure to have an ID with you when you go to vote in New Hampshire today. Voters originally just gave their name and address to get checked off the list of registered voters. The law that went into effect in 2012 requires voters to present a photo ID such as a driver’s license before […]

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Cyber Attack On SAU 13

by Christian Mower November 7, 2016 Front Page News

Madison, NH – A cyber attack on SAU 13 left the Schools financial information encrypted. According to a letter distributed at the SAU Joint School board meeting on October 20th the system was struck by a Russian ransomware known as Crysis. Ransomware encrypts the data of the target and then the perpetrator charges the owner […]

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Coos County Jail Escapee Turned Himself In

by Christian Mower November 7, 2016 Front Page News

Stewartstown, NH – The escapee from Coos County, House of Corrections has turned himself in. Brendan Bernier walked away from the Coos County House of Corrections in Stewartstown on November 3. According to New Hampshire State Police Bernier turned himself in to the Lyndonville, VT Police Department on November 4th. He is currently being held […]

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New Hampshire Students Show Improvement on Statewide Assessment Results

by Christian Mower November 3, 2016 Front Page News

Concord, NH – Commissioner of Education, Virginia M. Barry, Ph.D., announced today New Hampshire (NH) students participating in the 2015-16 statewide assessment program showed improvement in all categories. The percentage of students meeting or exceeding achievement level benchmarks increased 3 percent in both English language arts/evidenced based reading and writing and mathematics. This improvement can […]

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Robert Frost Charter School Names New Home

by Christian Mower November 2, 2016 Front Page News

Conway, NH – As Construction gets underway at the new Settlers Street Side, many may be wondering what will happen to the Robert Frost Charter School that currently resides in that lot. Ellen Ohlenbusch the head of the school said that they have found a new home and it is just under 4 miles away […]

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