Foodstuffs
5:33 pm
Thu July 24, 2014

Blueberry Season Promises Picking, Pies, Possibilities

Blueberries ripening on the bushes at Apple Hill Farm.
Credit Michael Samuels

 

The blueberries are ripe and ready to pick at Apple Hill Farm in Concord.

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NH News
5:22 pm
Thu July 24, 2014

Officials Release Sketch Related To Abigail Hernandez Disappearance

Law enforcement officials are asking the public for help in identifying a man who may be tied to the disappearance of Abigail Hernandez.

Law enforcement officials are asking the public for help in identifying a man who may be tied to the disappearance of Abigail Hernandez.  Authorities released a sketch today of a man Hernandez says drove her away from Conway in a navy blue pick-up truck in October of 2013.  She describes the man as having darkish skin with dark brown eyes, black stubble facial hair, and someone who was slightly overweight and around five-foot-four-inches tall.

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NH News
5:08 pm
Thu July 24, 2014

Members of Congress Worry Propane Rail Shipments Could Harm Great Bay

  Senators Jeanne Shaheen and Kelly Ayotte along with Congresswoman Carol-Shea Porter want to take a closer look at the potential environmental impacts of propane rail traffic through the Great Bay Estuary. 

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NH News
4:29 pm
Thu July 24, 2014

N.H. Insurance Department Seeks To Redefine Network Adequacy

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The New Hampshire Insurance Department says network adequacy requirements for health plans should focus more on making sure consumers have adequate access to different types of services rather than providers.

The state's network adequacy standards have been in the spotlight since the department approved Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield's narrow network for individual health plans sold through the Affordable Care Act.

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NH News
4:27 pm
Thu July 24, 2014

Fiorina PAC Looks To Mobilize Women For GOP

Former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina told more than 200 Republican activists that the GOP needs to do better when it comes to winning the support of women.

She said all Republicans -- but females in particular -- need to fight what she called the "baseless propaganda" that GOP is waging a war on women.

Fiorina says the best way to do that is through grassroots organizing and one to one outreach.

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Wilson Sayre was born and bred in Raleigh, N.C., home of the only real barbecue in the country (we're talking East here). She graduated from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, where she studied Philosophy.

Sayre took a year off school to live in a Zen monastery in Japan and quickly realized that a life of public radio would be a bit more forgiving. Upon returning to the States, she helped launch a news program at UNC’s college-radio station, WXYC. Through error and error, she taught herself how to make radio stories.

Word of Mouth
2:15 pm
Thu July 24, 2014

A Peterborough Tale Of Friendship, Poetry & The Dump

Credit Todd Bookman

Here's a classic New Hampshire tale revolving around  neighbors in a small town, poetry, and the town dump's swap shop. Read the story here, which includes full transcripts of Swift's poetry, and listen to the full story through Caitlin and Swift's words below.

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Word of Mouth
1:49 pm
Thu July 24, 2014

7.24.14: Paperless Societies, The Impact Of Transfer Stations, And Emeralds Included

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Has the digital age made things like handwritten letters and rotary phones obsolete? Today, we look at our possible transition towards a paperless society. Then, what treasure lays buried at your local transfer station? And how can that change your relationship with your neighbors? Plus, we speak with New Hampshire author Betsy Woodman about her new novel Emeralds Included.  

Listen to the full show and Read more for individual segments.

7.24.14 Full Show

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NH News
1:04 pm
Thu July 24, 2014

Meriam Ibrahim Leaves Sudan, Arrives at Vatican

Daniel Wani and Meriam Ibrahim.
Credit Courtesy of Gabriel Wani

After a year-long struggle with the Sudanese government, Meriam Ibrahim left Sudan on Thursday.

Alongside her husband Daniel Wani of Manchester and their two young children, Ibrahim flew to the Vatican to meet with Pope Francis today, according to the BBC. Ibrahim was blessed by the pontiff in a private ceremony and is due to return to the states in the next few days.

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Gardening
12:11 pm
Thu July 24, 2014

Garden Bugs: The Good, The Bad, The Dreaded

The dreaded potato beetle.
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If you spend time tending a garden, chances are that you’ve come across some insects you don’t know. Other times there may be bugs you think you know and may be tempted to get rid of. Henry Homeyer argues that that’s not always the best thing to do. Homeyer is a lifelong organic gardener living in Cornish Flat. He’s the author of four gardening books and writes a weekly gardening column for ten newspapers around New England. I spoke with Homeyer on Thursday:

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