7-26-2013 News

In our ongoing investigation into voter fraud, Girard at Large has confirmed that despite being married in two thousand and four and living in either Brooklyn or Washington DC since two thousand two, Nahanni Rous, daughter of Board of Education Member Emma Rous, a former Democratic state representative and chair of the Education Committee in the New Hampshire House, has a consistent history of voting by absentee ballot in state elections, as does her brother Benjamin, who over the same period of time has lived in Michigan, Arizona and now resides in Virginia.  Girard at Large has learned that while Nahanni Rous is not registered to vote in Washington DC, where’s she’s lived for at least seven years, her husband is, which begs a fundamental question:  How can someone be married to and live with their spouse outside of state, where the spouse is registered and votes, be a legitimate voter in the state of New Hampshire?  We will continue to investigate.  Folks, these stories are popping up all over our state and because we believe in free and FAIR elections, we’re joining forces with the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, an organization that’s spent more than a decade researching and exposing voter fraud in New Hampshire to bring you a regular segment which will air from six twenty to seven o’clock each Wednesday morning, starting this Wednesday.  Not only will we teach you the law, share the court cases, and identify the solutions, we will name names and out those who steal your vote by enabling non-New Hampshirites to vote in our elections.  Be sure to tune in.

Looks like a deal is on between the Manchester and Hooksett school boards over the tuition contract.  Manchester’s Board of School Committee has scheduled a special meeting this Tuesday to discuss the matter in non-public session before presenting the deal and voting on it in public.  Because of the pending law suit, which is scheduled to be heard on the twenty ninth of the month, the settlement agreement as well as the district’s legal options will be hashed out in private.  The Hooksett board is likely to take the matter up at its next regular meeting, which is already scheduled for the same Tuesday.  We’ll be chatting about this during the show this morning.

News from our own backyard continues after this.

It’s time for our monthly Candia Crime Wave Report.  Candia’s boys in blue may be turning the tide in town.  They issued one hundred twenty nine warnings and eighteen summons at motor vehicle stops in the past month.  There were also four arrests as a result of misconduct with a motor vehicle, one protective custody arrest and one arrest of someone who actually did something outside of a vehicle.  We’ve posted the complete report with this newscast at Girard at Large dot com.  Be sure to take a look!

The Greater Derry Londonderry Chamber of Commerce and the Londonderry Rotary Club are gearingup for the Annual Chamber Rotary Golf Classic, which is scheduled for Monday, September 9th at Campbell’s Scottish Highland’s Golf Course in Salem.  The event will feature great golfing, raffle prizes and contest pins, plus a fantastic barbecue lunch!  The event is open to the public and seeking sponsors.  To learn how you can participate in this great annual event and reap the benefits of teaming up with the fastest growing Chamber of Commerce in the region, click the links we’ve posted with this newscast at Girard at Large dot com.  Registration form  Greater Derry Londonderry Chamber Web Site

The town of Merrimack’s Health Department has detected high levels of bacteria in the Souhegan River in Watson Park.  They are warning residents to stay out of the water until bacterial levels subside.  It is Not Suitable For Wading or Swimming and exposure to this water may cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or fever. Children, the elderly and others with sensitive immune systems are especially vulnerable.  Town Health Officer Al Turner can be called 603-424-3690 for further information. 

That’s News from our own backyard.  Stay tuned!  Girard at Large hour ___ is on the way