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Chodounsky defends slalom title at US Alpine Championships

CARRABASSETT VALLEY, Maine (AP) - A broken ski pole didn't discourage David Chodounsky in his first run. A few tiny bobbles up top couldn't deter him in his second, either.

Today at 09:55AM
Woman attempting to use median emergency lane hits car

NORTH HAMPTON, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire state police say they issued a citation to a woman who crashed into another car while attempting to reverse direction using a crossover that is restricted to emergency vehicles only.

Today at 09:40AM
Deadline for removing bobhouses in New Hampshire nears

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Sunshine and warmer weather may help remind Granite State fishermen that aIl bobhouses must be removed from the ice by the end of the day on Wednesday, April 1, according to state law.

Today at 07:19AM
New Hampshire 7th grader heading to national championship

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A 7th-grader from Kearsarge Regional Middle School in North Sutton has won the New Hampshire geographic bee and will head to the national championship in Washington.

Today at 12:53AM
Still Plenty of Time for Slopes

Carve soft bumps and corn snow like butter. Cruise in the forgiving shade. Screech in the mashed potatoes on boards needling wax. Chill and grill on the hill. There is life to the ski season as many make…

Today at 12:53AM
Wheels: Feels Like a Tiger Under the Hood

The little wagon was a pleasant surprise, equipped with the best four-cylinder engine I have driven. Because of what seemed to be its strictly utilitarian nature -- it is often used as a small cargo van…

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Jim Kenyon: Election Time at the Co-op

It's been a while since I attended a Hanover Co-op board meeting. So I took it as a sign of progress when I didn't see the Co-op's labor lawyer sitting in the front row or hear mention of its public relations…

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Colin Campbell Stewart IV

Aurora, Colo. -- Colin Stewart, 88, passed away in Aurora on Friday, March 6, 2015. Born in Philadelphia, Pa. on Feb. 21, 1927, he grew up in Hanover, N.H. He served in the Army during and after World…

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Nuts and Bolts: Ram ProMaster City Wagon SLT

Bottom line: The Ford Transit Connect has a bona fide challenger in this one. Ford should take it seriously, and so should the Ram marketing people. As for consumers, especially small businesses looking…

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Some of West's Best Trails Accessible by Ferry Boat

Visiting the San Juan Islands got a whole lot easier in January. Washington State Ferries now lets you make a reservation for the ferry you want to catch. I tested that recently with a hassle-free weekend…

Today at 12:53AM
Biologists Eye Walleye Eggs

It's a memorable day when most Kansas anglers can scoop a limit of five walleye aboard with a dip net. Recently, Dave Spalsbury was scooping the fish up about 125,000 at a time. OK, so he was only using…

Today at 12:53AM
Sunday Forum: The Origins of Residential Colleges; Charlestown Planning Board Did Not Act Arbitrarily

How Residential Colleges Came to U.S. To the Editor: I read with interest the Associated Press article in the March 23 Valley News describing Dartmouth College's plan to respond to the related…

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Round Is in at This Home Design Show

New York -- Curves have been all over the fashion and celebrity magazines, and are finding their way into design and d?cor too. "They're sensuous and inviting," New York designer Barry Goralnick said…

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Breaking Up Is Hard, Breaking Up Online Is Worse

Breaking up may have seemed "hard to do" when Neil Sedaka first crooned the lyric in 1962. But Neil Sedaka didn't have to deal with the dreaded dissolution of the Facebook relationship status. Or the…

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Brain Waves Mined for Design of Vehicles Like Ford Gt

Detroit -- Ford is adding data and the measurement of brain wave functions to its palette for improving the interior design of future vehicles from the Focus to the GT supercar. The exterior of a vehicle…

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FCC Chairman: Opposition to Net Neutrality Is About Power

Washington -- The nation's biggest broadband providers oppose tough net neutrality regulations because they want "unfettered power" over the Internet, the head of the Federal Communications Commission…

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Internet Vulnerability

Flagstaff, Ariz. -- When vandals sliced a fiber-optic cable in the Arizona desert last month, they did more than time-warp thousands of people back to an era before computers, credit cards or even phones.…

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McDonald's Labor Hearings Begin Monday

The first round of hearings over alleged labor law violations by McDonald's and its franchisees begins Monday in New York. The hearings, at the regional offices of the National Labor Relations Board, are…

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Development Group Names New Leader

White River Junction -- The Green Mountain Economic Development Corp. has reached out to well-known Upper Valley commercial real estate executive Bob Haynes to succeed its outgoing executive director,…