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UNH vets with benefits questions advised to contact Military & Veteran Services

DURHAM — Veterans who depend upon educational benefits to enroll in classes at the University of New Hampshire are being advised that if they are having any problems getting their money they should co... read more

Ailing veterans point to Agent Orange in Vietnam-era cargo planes

Now a bitter fight has sprung up over whether those in the military ... New Hampshire wrote in February, denying his claim. The Board of Veterans’ Appeals, an administrative tribunal, has overturned V... read more

Balsams Bailout II: Another bite at the apple

We give developer Les Otten full points for persistence, if not for originality. After the application for the New Hampshire Business Finance Authority to guarantee a key $28 million loan for the Bals... read more

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Sources Sought Notice – R– INSURANCE ID AND VERIFICATION SERVICES /SOURCES SOUGHT NOTICE

RESPONSES TO THIS NOTICE SHALL INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: (A) COMPANY NAME B) ADDRESS (C) POINT OF contact (D) PHONE, FAX, AND EMAIL (E) DUNS NUMBER (F) CAGE CODE (G) TAX ID NUMBER (H) TYPE OF SMALL BUSIN... read more


Public service: Trust candidates with track records

In the First Congression-al District, Republican Eddie Edwards served his country in the Navy, his state at the New Hampshire Liquor Commission, and his town as chief of police in South Hampton. He st... read more

Trump Tweets Return to Ban on Transgender Military Service 'In Any Capacity'

After consultation with my Generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States Government will not accept or allow..... — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 26, 2017 ....Trans... read more

One person with a gun

There’s only one answer to this endless mania of a deranged, uneducated individual who thinks killing a whole bunch of people will solve all his problems. If just one other person in that church, movi... read more

Lawrence fires firefighter

Involuntary retirement would have provided Atwood, 49, with 72 percent of his $70,000 annual salary and health benefits for the rest of his life. “They said, ‘Are you a disabled veteran?’ I said, ‘Yes ... read more

Transportation plans: Time to think about the future

The New Hampshire Legislature has approved the latest version of the state’s 10-year transportation plan, and it does not include wasting $4 million on a choo-choo train. The state’s transportation fu... read more

Mental health: There’s an app for that

In 2010, US government psychologists conducting focus groups with military veterans who had PTSD learned ... collection of recommended online mental-health services. The NHS did not respond to e-maile... read more

‘Too Big to Fail’: Russia-gate One Year After VIPS Showed a Leak, Not a Hack

Much has happened since Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity published ... It prompted a reader with whom I am in regular contact to ask, “How far will we allow our government to escalate aga... read more

How a Single Oxycontin Pill Nearly Ruined One Man's Life

James' lawyer advised him to plead no-contest, saying he would likely get probation and then have his record expunged. "After being assured that the penalty would be light," James told Reason in an em... read more



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