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The Final Show: Surprise Guests and Superintendent Metzler’s Antics

(Hour 1a) Rich opened his final ever radio show by talking about how the listeners will be able to reach him after the show goes dark.  He then read the announcement that he wrote earlier this week, before talking to surprise guests Jorge Mesa-Tejada and Ed Naile.  Finally, they discussed the antics of Timberlane Regional School District Superintendent Earl Metzler.  Tune in to get all of the...

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The Final Show: Listener Feedback

(Hours 1b,c) Rich took a phone call from Susan in Milford, who wanted to reminisce about a call that she made concerning the First in the Nation Presidential event.  The Humble Host then displayed his feelings about ending the show, before taking a call from Manchester School Board member Lisa Freeman and reading a Union Leader editorial that was written about the Girard at Large radio show.  Finally, he took a call from former Hooksett School Board member John Lyscars.  Tune in to get all of the details! Click here to view the Union Leader editorial that Rich read...

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The Final Show: Donna Green’s Farewell and an SAU System Schooling

(Hour 2a) Rich began the second hour by taking a call from Donna Green of the Timberlane Regional School Board, who shared about Rich’s impact on her life.  She then gave an update to what’s happening within the Timberlane Regional School District.  Finally, the Humble Host, Jorge Mesa-Tejada and Ed Naile discussed the SAU system.  Tune in to get all of the...

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The Final Fitness Effects Segment

(Hour 2b) Rich began the segment by taking a call from Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas, who wanted to thank Jorge Mesa-Tejada for his contributions to his campaign and wish Rich a goodbye.  He then took a call from Al MacArthur Jr., who was a candidate for State Representative in Ward 8.  Finally, he talked to Mike Bistany of EFX Fitness for Fitness Effects.  Mike shared his feelings about the Humble Host and told the listeners about his workout.  Tune in to get the...

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The Final History Segment

(Hour 3b) Rich talked to James Patrick Riley of Courage, New Hampshire for The History Segment.  James shared advice from Benjamin Franklin, spoke about the Articles of Federation, addressed the Civil War and more.  Tune in to get all of the details! ...

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The Final Goodbye

(Hour 3c) Rich opened up the final Girard at Large radio show segment by thanking Will Infantine, who has contributed greatly to the show.  He then talked about why he stopped writing for the Hippo Press, shared two of his favorite quotes and said goodbye to the audience.  Tune in to hear this touching farewell to the radio show. Click here and click here to view the quotes that were read online....

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Wine and Chocolate: A Hampstead Introduction and the Right to Know

(Hour 1a) Rich opened this morning’s show by talking about the issue of taxes in the upcoming elections.  He then thanked the Manchester Animal Shelter for allowing him to be involved in the Wine and Chocolate event.  Finally, he shared about meeting the Hampstead School Board Chairman, Right to Know issues and more!  Tune in to get all of the details! Click here for the mentioned archive with Darlene Pawlik....

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Electioneering in Newmarket

(Hour 3c) Rich concluded the show by discussing the Attorney General’s investigation regarding electioneering in the town of Newmarket.  He wondered about the timeline of the AG Office’s involvement and shared his skepticism regarding the method of handling this violation of the law. Click here for the article that was discussed in the segment....

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2016: A Year in Review

(Hours 2a,b,c) Rich reminded the listeners about the top stories from 2016, which started by talking about Kelley Tambouris and the Manchester School Board.  He then shared about the school space problem within the Queen City. (Hour 2b) As Rich continued on the subject he spoke about Superintendent Earl Metzler and the Timberlane Regional School District.  He talked about the heroin epidemic, political collusion and he took a call from Harriet in Deerfield. (Hour 2c) Rich talked about Superintendent Metzler’s banning of Jorge Mesa-Tejada from school grounds, a change in police leadership and Donna Green’s Right to Know battle, before making...

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On Air News Read for June 21, 2016

A Manchester police officer shot an armed robbery suspect on the city’s West Side last night.  According to a statement issued by the department, officers were checking the area around Wayne and Amory streets at around seven twenty five for a subject wanted in an armed robbery that occurred at the Seven Eleven on Queen City Ave. early Sunday morning.  When they located a subject matching the robber’s description, he brandished a weapon and a police officer fired his service weapon at the suspect in response.  The twenty one year old male Manchester resident was taken into custody and treated at a local hospital for a minor injury.  He is being held on an arrest warrant for armed robbery and was also charged with criminal threatening.  The Manchester Police Investigative Division will be handling the investigation. Hope for New Hampshire Recovery announced that Cheryl Coletti-Lawson has been appointed to fill the organization’s newly created President and C E O position.  Hope for New Hampshire Recovery added the position in response to the organization’s rapid growth.  In the past year, the organization has not only broken ground on its Manchester center, it’s opened new recovery centers in Newport and Concord and will open facilities in Derry, Claremont, Berlin and Franklin before the end of the year. Coletti-Lawson served briefly as the organization’s board chair before taking the position.  The organization believes...

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