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Major love letter

By Sb116 - Aug 20 2017
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Good guys, unexpectedly very funny, and small town flavor
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Rank #1: In Shaheen, N.H. Democrats Have Their Leader, And A Blueprint For Campaigning

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This February, just before the state presidential primary, New Hampshire Democrats gathered for a rally in Manchester. At that moment, the room was divided over who should be the party’s nominee for president. But at the state level, there was no question about who’s in charge.

Oct 20 2020

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Rank #2: A 'Civic Duty' To Take Seriously: First Time N.H. Voter On Participating In Elections

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A lot of voters are feeling anxious about the outcome of this presidential election, no matter which candidate they support. Leading up to Election Day, NHPR's Morning Edition is talking with people who haven't voted much in the past, or maybe have never voted before.

Oct 19 2020

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Rank #3: Poll Shows Ticket-Splitting Likely Up And Down Ballot In N.H.

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A new poll from Suffolk University and The Boston Globe shows a substantial number of New Hampshire voters splitting their ticket with strong support for Democrat Joe Biden for president, Democrat Jeanne Shaheen for Senate and Republican Governor Chris Sununu. For a closer look at the way voters feel with just 20 days until Election Day, All Things Considered Host Peter Biello spoke with David Paleologos, director of the Suffolk University Political Research Center , which conducted the survey .

Oct 14 2020

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Rank #4: School Music Classes Change Their Tune In Coronavirus Overhaul

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Classrooms in New Hampshire have changed dramatically to reopen safely in the pandemic, and some of the biggest changes are in music class. Gone are the days of belting out songs shoulder to shoulder, sharing music stands, and swapping instruments. Instead, as NHPR’s Sarah Gibson reports, some schools are following new protocols to bring music back but keep COVID-19 risk low.

Oct 14 2020

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Rank #5: Drought Leads to Water Restrictions Across N.H., And Cost Impacts for Some Districts

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The current drought has prompted communities across New Hampshire to issue water use restrictions. For towns with older water systems, or less access to bodies of water, the drought can present economic and logistical problems.

Oct 10 2020

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Rank #6: Where Do You Get Your News? Ever Heard Of Daybreak?

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NHPR currently has a survey where we’re asking you how you'd like us to cover the upcoming elections. One question we’re asking - to learn more about you - is where you get your news. And your answers to this question caught the attention of reporter Sean Hurley. Along with NHPR , The New York Times and The Washington Post , many tell us they get their news from something called Daybreak . What in the world was Daybreak , Sean wondered? Here’s what he found out. Here's another way to get your news - sign for one or more of NHPR's newsletters today!

Oct 09 2020

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Rank #7: N.H.'s State University System Faces $70M Deficit Amid COVID-19 Fiscal Impacts

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The pandemic has had a negative financial impact on many New Hampshire institutions, including higher education. The University System of New Hampshire did receive and benefit from some CARES Act funding, but the costs associated with COVID-19 have meant major revenue losses.

Oct 06 2020

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Rank #8: One Month In, N.H.'s Hybrid School Models Get Mixed Reviews

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Some of the state's largest school districts – including Concord and Manchester - are moving from a largely remote model of instruction to a hybrid later this month. Many schools in New Hampshire have already been experimenting with the hybrid system for several weeks, with varying degrees of success.

Oct 01 2020

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Rank #9: Weekly N.H. News Roundup: Oct. 2, 2020

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With a month to go before Election Day, we check in on the dos and don'ts of absentee ballot voting. We’ll also hear about the state of the race for Governor and US Senate in New Hampshire, plus a look at what’s happening in Maine politics. And we begin a series on down-ballot races, exploring what role county attorneys play in New Hampshire. Air date: Friday, Oct. 2, 2020

Oct 01 2020

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Rank #10: NAMI NH Sees Troubling Stat: Rise in Children Waiting for Psychiatric Hospital Care

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It's no secret the pandemic has caused general levels of anxiety and depression to rise, and that holds true for young people. The New Hampshire chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness sees this manifesting in one troubling statistic - the rise in the number of young people waiting for a bed for psychiatric care. All Things Considered Host Peter Biello interviewed Ken Norton, executive director of NAMI New Hampshire, for more on this.

Sep 30 2020

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