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  • FITN GOP Leadership Summit Day One

    FITN Summit

    This is day one of the FITN Republican Leadership Summit.  Below are the links to the speeches and interviews.  Enjoy! (more…)

  • FITN GOP Leadership Summit Day Two

    Leadership Summit

    We continue with the recordings of the FITN Republican Leadership Summit.   (more…)

  • On Air News Read for April 28, 2015

    Guess whose coming to dinner?  Well, maybe not dinner, but to a special meeting of the Manchester Board of School Committee on Monday, May Fourth?  The one, the only, the New Hampshire Commissioner of Education Virginia Barry.  Seems after a chat with Board of Education Chair Tom Raffio, Barry now believes that meeting in public […]

  • TUESDAY, APRIL 28 IN THE NH HOUSE

    As provided by the Speaker’s Office, we publish today’s scheduled hearings, meetings and other events in the New Hampshire House of Representatives.  ~Publis (more…)

  • Hannah Rivers Revisited – 2015

    Published s submitted by Ed Naile, Chairman of the NH Coalition of Taxpayers and anchor of A Question of Voter Fraud on Girard at Large.  ~Publis (more…)

  • Gossler Park Elementary School goes wild for learning

    Students take charge of creating Gator Zoo MANCHESTER – More than 60 animals in various habitats were on display at Gossler Park Elementary School this week.   (more…)

  • High school students help kids PLAY

    MANCHESTER – What began as an extracurricular community service project has grown into a non-profit organization run by a Central High School student and her partners to sponsor underprivileged children who want to play organized sports. (more…)

  • “Death is not the worst of evils.”

    Governor Jindal

    (Hour 1a) Yesterday was John Stark’s birthday!  Rich talked about a little point of trivia.  The original state motto of NH was as follows:  Live free or die: Death is not the worst of evils. (more…)

  • The road to accreditation

    Sean Kelly

    (Hour 1b) Chairman Keith Lacasse, of the Weare Board of Selectmen, joined us this morning, and spoke to us about their ongoing mission to figure out who to replace Chief John Velleca, who (more…)

  • Is the Department of Redundancy Department redundant?

    (Hour 1c) Jim Gaudet comes in for our Public Safety segment.  He and Rich discuss the sheriff comment from the last segment.  Click here to listen to (more…)

  • Good news travels slow

    Hallsville School: Controversy

    (Hour 2a) In regards to the Hallsville Controversy, you know our views.  Virginia Barry is clearly in violation with how she has handled the issue, but now she is (more…)

  • Library raises money and seeks volunteers

    Suzanne Zinnkosko

    (Hour 2b) Suzanne Zinnkosko, of the Friends of Goffstown Library, came in and shared with us this morning.  The Friends of Goffstown Library hosted a book sale (more…)

  • A letter lost in time

    (Hour 2c)  James Patrick Riley, of the historic television series Courage, New Hampshire, joins us for our History segment to tell us about adventures from times past.  This morning he (more…)

  • Is Uber safe?

    UBER:  Banned by board until it bows to demands

    (Hour 3a) Rich talks Uber!  Taxi drivers have started to sound off about the Uber issue.  We discuss whether or not Uber is violating the taxi rules.  Sources from Uber tell us that (more…)

  • Can small farms compete?

    Roger

    (Hour 3b) Rich is joined by Ella Ramsey, from Miles Smith Farm, and Roger Noonan, from Middle Branch Farm, for our weekly On the Farm segment.  Roger tells us about the Food Safety (more…)

  • Exposure to lead dust is no joke

    (Hour 3c)  Ron Peik, of Alpine Enviromental, joined us for our Fix It Right, Fix It Now segment and goes into detail about proper ways to deal with lead remediation and he also talks to us (more…)

  • Get Real, Get Healthy 4/27/2015

    Learn all about health and wellness with today’s show! (Part 1) (Part 2) (Part 3)