New Hampshire

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She was born in Hanover, New Hampshire, on the twenty-first of December, 1829.
Ted Cruz is already prepping his second act in New Hampshire .
A new advisory board has been created for the New Hampshire Scholars program, which encourages students to enroll in a challenging course curriculum, shown to be an indicator of successful performance in post-secondary education and the workplace.
If Tony Stewart can repeat his performance in the July race at New Hampshire International Speedway, he may be able to see the forest through the Busches.
Gene Robinson as bishop coadjutor in the diocese of New Hampshire brought swift and varied reactions from Anglican leaders around the world-and dire warnings that the future of the Anglican Communion is in jeopardy.
The federal government might withhold all its education funds to New Hampshire.
The survey, which questioned 300 likely Republican voters, found that the current anti-managed care rhetoric does not match the vast majority of New Hampshire residents' experiences with managed care and that they are satisfied with the quality of their health plans.
As recently as 1992, the primaries meandered from New Hampshire in mid-February until California in early June.
This article describes how the state agencies in Vermont and New Hampshire embraced the concept of streamlining to revitalize their organization and reposition their resources for improved services.
As executive director for Pat Buchanan's campaign to win the New Hampshire Republican Presidential primary, Peter Robbio has a long list of vital responsibilities.
As President and Forester of the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, Bonfinger has devoted his career to keeping that landscape working.
a non-depository trust company chartered by the State of New Hampshire.
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