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4:29 pm
Fri April 26, 2013

A Day In The Life Of An NHPR Intern

Credit Logan Shannon

What’s a typical day like for the Word of Mouth intern at NHPR? I’m so glad you asked. (And even if you didn’t ask, I’m sure my mom and dad will be interested, so it's cool.)


Having really accurate clocks all over the place can make a person like me who hates being late and is mildly obsessed with numbers a little anxious. For example: I try really hard to walk into the Word of Mouth pod at exactly 8:30:00. Sadly, it has yet to happen. I’m either too early, or in this case, a wee bit late.


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2:00 pm
Tue April 23, 2013

NHPR Awarded Three Regional Murrow Awards

Edward Epsen and two American Mulefoot pigs on Henwyn Farm.
Credit Todd Bookman / NHPR

New Hampshire Public Radio was awarded 2013 Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards (for Region 10, Small Market) in three categories: Writing, News Documentary, and Use of Sound/Video.

Best Writing: Todd Bookman - Traditional Pork Production Finds Home In N.H.

On Edward Epsen’s farm in Salisbury, New Hampshire, around 40 pigs are doing what lucky pigs get to do: forage for acorns and graze in pastures high with Timothy grass.

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Inside NHPR
2:21 pm
Mon April 15, 2013

Top Stories: New Boston: 250 Years In The Making; Nature Schools Gaining Popularity In N.H.

Credit Archive photo

1. NH News: New Boston: 250 Years In The Making

New Boston is a town that sounds like it could or should be in Massachusetts, and at one time, it actually was. In the 1730s Boston proprietors were granted a charter to the town, but never did much with it, mostly because of the presence of Native Americans in the area. By 1741, when new borders were drawn up New Boston became part of New Hampshire.

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Inside NHPR
1:26 pm
Mon April 8, 2013

Top Stories: N.H. Roads: How We Got Here; One Decade Of The Free State Project

Credit Sara Plourde / NHPR

1. NH News: Video: N.H. Roads: How We Got Here

As lawmakers consider raising the state's gas tax, you may be wondering: are New Hampshire's roads getting worse? Why are they getting harder to pay for? And, does it really matter if we have a few more potholes? NHPR's newsroom answers those questions with a 3-minute animation.

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Granite Seen
2:12 pm
Fri April 5, 2013

Photos: Week Of April 5th

Dr. Hogan performs a procedure with the Makoplasty machine at Lakes Region General Hospital.
Credit Todd Bookman / NHPR
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Inside NHPR
10:37 am
Mon April 1, 2013

Top Stories: More Details On Balsams Renovation; NH Nanobrewery A Big Name In Small Scale Beer

Artist's conception of the renovated Balsams.
Credit Courtesy of the owners

1. North Country: More Details On Balsams Renovation And A Step Forward

When the $30 million renovation of the Balsams Grand Resort is complete it will look a lot like the old grand hotel but will feature much-needed modern amenities making it far nicer for guests and a lot  cheaper to operate.

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Granite Seen
12:00 am
Fri March 29, 2013

Photos: Week of March 29th

Photographer Thea Dodds holding her new book, Capturing Love
Credit Sean Hurley, NHPR
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Inside NHPR
11:50 am
Mon March 25, 2013

Top Stories: The Autism Simulator; Air Traffic Controllers May Be Forced To Make Career Change

Credit via Ars Technica

1. Word of Mouth: The Autism Simulator

Last month, Vancouver hosted the Hacking Health Weekend Hackathon, a place for collaboration between technology experts and health officials from across Canada. A team of three in attendance created a game simulation that elicits understanding and empathy towards those suffering from autism.

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Inside NHPR
11:33 am
Mon March 18, 2013

Top Stories: Digital Cash Finds Foothold In NH; How To Build Your Own Faraday Cage

Credit Logan Shannon via Rob Fleischman's Brain

1.  Word of Mouth: Digital Cash Finds Foothold In NH

A digital currency is getting traction with New Hampshire residents looking for an alternative to the dollar: the Bitcoin, a "decentralized digital currency."

2.  Word of Mouth: D.I.Y. Sistine Chapel Security: How To Build Your Own Faraday Cage

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Granite Seen
12:57 pm
Fri March 15, 2013

Photos: Week of March 15th

Vivian Beer works on her Anchored Candy series
Credit Emily Corwin / NHPR
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Inside NHPR
11:10 am
Mon March 11, 2013

Top Stories: New Fiction Of 2013; Another Wind Farm Eyes The Lakes Region

Credit Sara Plourde / NHPR

1. The Exchange: New Fiction Of 2013

For our special March Fund Drive kick-off, we bring you an extra program with our "Book Buffs." Two New Hampshire independent booksellers talk about the latest literary offerings, including some from New England authors.

2. Environment: Another Wind Farm Eyes The Lakes Region

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Inside NHPR
10:44 am
Mon March 4, 2013

Top Stories: Seacoast Firm Stores Energy With Air; Video Game Industry Could Keep NH Tech-Savvy

Credit Courtesy Photo / SustainX

1. Environment: Who Needs Batteries? Seacoast Firm Stores Energy With Air

Solar and wind power are intermittent, and if enough of them are powering the grid, some kind of storage will be necessary. And storage means batteries, right? Not necessarily. In Seabrook New Hampshire, a start-up is doing it with compressed air.

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Inside NHPR
11:40 am
Mon February 25, 2013

Top Stories: Gun Owners Cite Constitutional Rights In Objection To Open Carry Bill; The Ice Harvest

Credit Michael Brindley/NHPR

1. NH News: Gun Owners Cite Constitutional Rights In Objection To Open Carry Bill

Gun owners came out to the capitol in force Thursday to object to a bill that would make it illegal to open carry a pistol or revolver in a public building without a permit.

2. Environment: Reaping What Winter Sows: The Ice Harvest

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