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Beautiful Vermont swimming hole takes another life

RICHMOND, Vt. (AP) - Vermont's beautiful but often deadly Huntington Gorge has taken another life.

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Hassan vetoes bill to remove concealed carry license

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Gov. Maggie Hassan stood firm Monday against Republican-led efforts to roll back the state law regulating who can carry hidden guns.

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Man sentenced to 4 years in prison on firearms charge

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A Massachusetts man has been sentenced in New Hampshire to four years in prison after pleading guilty to a firearms charge.

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Clinton to sit with CNN for first national interview

WASHINGTON (AP) - Hillary Rodham Clinton plans to give CNN her first one-on-one national television interview since launching her 2016 presidential campaign.

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Vermont gets $12.4M grant for substance abuse prevention

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Officials say a $12.4 million federal grant will allow Vermont to expand statewide a program aimed at reducing substance abuse among 12- to 25-year-olds.

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Police looking for public's help on shooting timeline

WILLISTON, Vt. (AP) - Vermont State Police are asking for the public's help in establishing a timeline of events and actions involving a woman accused of shooting a firearms instructor in the face and abdomen.

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Man died at sea of carbon monoxide poisoning

YORK, Maine (AP) - Maine authorities say a 59-year-old Vermont man died at sea of carbon monoxide poisoning last month about 13 miles off of York Harbor.

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Student receives national writing award for letter

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A New Hampshire middle school student has received a National Honor Award in the 2015 "Letters About Literature" competition on her personal letter to a favorite author, one of three recipients in her age group nationwide.

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Fishing regulators hold hearing in NH on surging crab catch

PORTSMOUTH, New Hampshire (AP) - Interstate fishery regulators are holding a hearing in Portsmouth, N.H., about a plan to manage a species of crab that is becoming increasingly popular and valuable.

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Outside Story: Gray Foxes Are Returning to Northern New England

When you think of foxes (if you ever do), you likely picture the ginger-coated red fox, like Mr. Tod from Beatrix Potter's fantastical children's tales, only without the dapper suitcoat and tweed knickers.…

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Later Beats Never: Lebanon Post 22 Offense Overcomes Defense

Lebanon -- The first half of Sunday's 15-6 rout by Lebanon American Legion Post 22's senior baseball team over visiting Keene Post 4 was all too familiar to pitcher Steve Cerrone. The hosts' starter, a…

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Once More, Ladies First: U.S. Overwhelms Japan for Women's World Cup Title

Vancouver, British Columbia -- For a time when she was younger, Carli Lloyd wasn't sure she belonged on the United States national women's soccer team. And just two weeks ago, she wasn't sure where she…

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Column: Stop Paying for Dumb Science Research

The National Science Foundation too often shortchanges American taxpayers by funding low-value, low-priority social science projects. Here are some doozies: the veiling-fashion industry in Turkey, Viking…

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'Babbler' Birds Could Hold Key To Language

Move over, parrots. There's another bird with some impressive "language" skills: the chestnut-crowned babbler. Scientists studying the social birds have discovered that they can rearrange meaningless…

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'Rock Warehouse'

Menlo Park, Calif. -- Hidden behind drab doors in a valley that celebrates all that is new, bright and beautiful is a scientific treasure: proof of what the Earth is made of, how it became what it is…

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Column: Cars Endanger Kids and Pets in Summer

It had been a long night for Jimmy and Hector, two K9 officers with Florida's Hialeah Police Department. Following their overnight shift on May 27, Jimmy worked several more hours to help search for a…

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Column: What Would Confucius Say About Gay Marriage?

Gay marriage isn't legal in China, and it won't be any time soon. But thanks to the U.S Supreme Court, and its decision to legalize same-sex unions, the subject is suddenly a national topic of conversation.…

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Column: When Your YouTube Video Becomes a Corporate Profit Center

Say it's your wedding day. The ceremony's over, and you've finished with the reception dinner. Uncle Charlie's had too much to drink and is telling your college friends about the time he saw Foghat at…

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Editorial: Solitary Confinement Is Often an Injustice

"Violently insane," the Supreme Court wrote in 1890 of prisoners who had experienced solitary confinement. "The edge of madness, perhaps . . . madness itself," Justice Anthony Kennedy echoed 125 years…

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'Rectify' Returns for Third Season of a Murder's Aftermath

New York -- Abigail Spencer remembers being about to shoot a scene for last season's Rectify. It was set in a hospital room as Daniel, played by series star Aden Young, came out of the coma from his…

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Dartmouth Professor's Smartphone App Can Predict GPA

Hanover -- "My phone knows we're in a conversation," Andrew Campbell, a computer science professor at Dartmouth College, said one morning last week in his office. "It doesn't know you, but it knows I'm…

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Robert C. Lull

New London, N.H.-- Robert C. Lull, 85, of Parkside Road, passed peacefully with the family at his side Tuesday, June 30, 2015, at New London Hospital. He was born in Chelsea, Mass. on Dec. 18, 1929, the…

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Gerard "Frenchie" J. Nadeau

Plainfield, N.H. -- Gerard "Frenchie" J. Nadeau, 76, died Saturday, July 4, 2015. Family and friends are invited to the Ricker Funeral Home in Lebanon on Wednesday July 8, 2015 for calling hours, beginning…