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August 22. 2013 2:27PM

Miss NH odds at 33/1 to take Miss America crown, Miss Florida the favorite at 13/2


Miss New Hampshire Samantha Russo

The Beach Boys sang that they wished they all could be California girls, but oddsmakers believe it's a Florida girl who is likely to win the Miss USA pageant in 2013.

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Wolfeboro man accused of shooting, burying moose

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Weare said to launch internal investigation into secretary’s claims

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Merrimack neighbor has no problem with in-home businesses, but draws line at gunsmith

MERRIMACK – A proposal to operate a gun shop out of a Merrimack home has been approved over opposition from a neighbor, who says he isn’t concerned about the guns or the shop, but the combination of the two.

Dentists want your candy, offer $1 per pound to give treats to troops

NORTH HAMPTON — When Dr. Brian Maguire was a kid, he and his four siblings always used to dump out their Halloween candy hauls after trick-or-treating in order to trade away their lesser-desirable goodies.

Lawyer: Portsmouth cop drafted crime victim to care for his $2.7M benefactor

PORTSMOUTH — When a grateful resident asked police Sgt. Aaron Goodwin how she could thank him for investigating a crime at her home, Goodwin introduced the resident to the late Geraldine Webber, from whom the officer later inherited $2.7 million.

Police bust sex trafficking ring at Hampton Beach

HAMPTON — Police have arrested two men on human trafficking charges, alleging the men have been using intimidation and drugs to force young women into prostitution at Hampton Beach and in the Manchester area.

Two Seacoast area dogs diagnosed with leptospirosis

SEABROOK — An infectious disease widely found in the southern United States has been gradually making its way farther north. According to Dr. Christopher Baker of Old Town Animal Hospital, signs of a bacterial disease called leptospirosis has been showing up more and more in our area.

New London company suffers wood kiln fire

New London — Rebuilding a pivotal part of a wood products business that burned in an early morning fire was on the forefront of the owner’s mind on Thursday afternoon.

Dartmouth circulated fake voter guides in NH too

Stanford and Dartmouth have been trying to make peace with Montana after three of their professors sent 100,000 fake voter information guides to state residents.

Scott Brown beats Jeanne Shaheen by six points in Matchbook Poll

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Haunted Overload named ‘scariest’ attraction in U.S.

LEE — Eric Lowther, the mastermind behind Haunted Overload in Lee, is an expert at frightening people, so it's no surprise his attraction has been named the scariest in the country.

Headless ranger? Mystery at colonial burial site of Roger's Rangers

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NHPR: Kuster continues to distance herself from president

2nd Congressional District Democrat Ann McLane Kuster worked to distance herself from President Obama during an appearance Thursday night at the.

Sheriff's personal website unlinked from Cheshire County website

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As GTAT stumbles, Nashau's ARC launches massive new sapphire furnaces

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Fight with bicyclists in Amesbury lands Derry driver in road rage program

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Wilton-Lyndeborough: Board mulls staff dress code

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