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#NHPolitics Weekly Ins and Outs — March 10, 2024

#NHPolitics Weekly Ins and Outs — March 10, 2024

Another week of #NHPolitics Ins and Outs, taking you on a tour of the ins and outs of the ever-changing world of New Hampshire Politics, keeping score of the winners and losers week-by-week — and letting you know who’s in and who’s out. Let’s get into it.   Who’s...

New Hampshire’s top 8 events this weekend (Jan. 19-21)

New Hampshire’s top 8 events this weekend (Jan. 19-21)

There is a lot of fun to be had in New Hampshire this weekend. From exploring your artistic side using liquid glass to an introductory forest bathing class, the range of events across our state is really something. Here are our top eight picks.  Merrimack Valley...

Jackson residents share what it’s like to face unprecedented flooding

Jackson residents share what it’s like to face unprecedented flooding

Jackson was one of the hardest hit areas in Monday’s storm. About 6 inches of rain fell within  three hours, according to the National Weather Service. The rain, combined with snowmelt from warming temperatures, along with runoff from the mountain, led to an unprecedented amount of flooding in Jackson. Roads closed and schools dismissed students early. 

Code blue in the classroom as NH nurses rush to save colleague

Code blue in the classroom as NH nurses rush to save colleague

Andy Hoang, a recent nursing graduate, poses at the spot where she was stricken at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Tuesday, Dec. 5 in Lebanon. Hoang, 23, started to feel dizzy and nauseous during a recent cardiac training session at the hospital and needed help immediately. Instead of practicing chest compressions on a mannequin in the simulated environment of their training, her four colleagues sprung into action and went to work on her. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Welcome to the Granite Post

Welcome to the Granite Post

We’re a new statewide digital newsroom delivering New Hampshire-centered news you can use to the online spaces where Granite Staters are getting their information.

Mystery illness sickening dogs has come to New Hampshire

Mystery illness sickening dogs has come to New Hampshire

Some dogs have died from the sickness, which starts with a cough that can last up to eight weeks and doesn’t respond to antibiotics, according to the Global Center for Health Security. Other symptoms, which can mimic symptoms of kennel cough or flu, can include cough, fever, lethargy and loss of appetite.