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In addition to neighbors who objected to the cell tower, the Dakota Sioux tribe became involved because its members consider Melville Hill sacred ground, as it's where the daughter of Dr. Charles A. Eastman, a Native American leader, is buried.
Steve Pauwels, a pastor in Londonderry, New Hampshire, and an editor at Clashdaily.com, is not very happy about the inclusion of gay and transgender characters in superhero comic books and is calling... 0
While local television stations regularly work with non-partisan, non-ideological groups to host and broadcast events such as candidate debates, the NH1 News network, owned by Bill Binnie, has gone a... 0