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Letter: Truth matters
Truth mattersFaith in fair and open elections is critical to democracy. In the Granite State, voters take elections seriously, very seriously. New Hampshire has held onto its first-in-the-nation primary precisely because we have voters who are known to be well informed, highly engaged in the politic...
-2 points by Concord Monitor | New Hampshire New England Primary election Elections Vermont Manchester New Hampshire Granite American Revolution
Letter: Keep the state great
Keep the state greatOn Feb. 8 hundreds of people flocked to the State House to testified at the hearing on whether New Hampshire should stay granite strong with regard to working families’ rights. Although the name “right-to-work” is confusing since it doesn’t promote “rights” or “work,” folks know...
10 points by Concord Monitor | New Hampshire Granite United States Constitution U.S. state Maine Testimony Corporation English-language films
Buddy bench donated by Girl Scouts vandalized
AUBURN, N.H. (AP) - A bench donated by a New Hampshire Girl Scout troop where kids could sit and meet new friends has been removed after it was found covered with vulgar drawings and swastikas. The vandalism was discovered just days after the bench was installed near the Auburn Village ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | New Hampshire Manchester New Hampshire Girl Scouts of the USA Bench The Washington Times Granite Troop Bench
World's oldest rock offers insights into early continental crust formation
Brooks HaysEDMONTON, Alberta, Sept. 19 (UPI) -- How did Earth's earliest continental crust form? The world's oldest rock offers new clues, but raises more questions than answers.
74 points by UPI | United Press International Earth William Randolph Hearst News World Communications Igneous rock Granite International News Service Geology