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October 15. 2013 1:00PM

Video: Ex-Lady Wildcat brawls Jocelyne Lamoureux of the Fighting Sioux


University of North Dakota product Jocelyne Lamoureux delivered the blow, prompting ex-University of New Hampshire Wildcat Courtney Birchard to accost her in the corner.



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Shaheen campaign kicks Breitbart News reporter out of Exeter event

The campaign of Democratic incumbent Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) kicked Breitbart.com reporter Matthew Boyle out of an event at ReVision Energy in Exeter on Wednesday afternoon.

Democrats mail flyer illustrated with battered woman

The mailer, paid for by the New Hampshire Democratic Party, showed on one side the face of a battered woman and the question, 'Who votes against vital protections for victims of domestic violence?'

The Guardian: Did police just make pumpkin patch riot jworse?

New Hampshire town’s annual festival descended into chaos last weekend, and police responded with teargas, rubber bullets and pepper spray.

Bernie Sanders digs for gold at NH town hall meeting

Sanders tried to appear focused on the woman’s question after picking his nose, but it was clear that his mind was elsewhere.

Abortion group endorse Kuster, pro-life women's group endorses Garcia

NARAL Pro-Choice New Hampshire yesterday endorsed U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster for her long-standing support of abortion rights, and Women Speak Out PAC, a partner of the national anti-abortion rights group Susan B. Anthony List, endorsed Republican state Rep. Marilinda Garcia.

Head of public access station that got into on-air fracas with Keene Pumpkin Fest organizer resigns

S. Lee Perkins, executive director of Cheshire TV since its inception eight years ago, announced his resignation today, and it’s got nothing to do with getting a better job. Perkins says it’s time to follow his dream.

Woman demands Wolfeboro selectmen investigate allegation she was assaulted by by town planner

Josephine Amatucci submitted a copy of a letter to the board demanding an investigation of an incident at Town Hall on May 7 where she claimed that Town Planner Rob Houseman assaulted her and was guilty of 'false imprisonment.'

Laconia judge improvises to make up for lack of mental health court

For the participants, Compliance Court means checking in weekly with the judge and providing documentation that he or she is obeying the recommendations of his or her mental health provider.

Is your dog too fat? NH firm offers personal trainer for pets

Dog fitness trainers like those at The Nerdy Dog Fitness in New Hampshire, meanwhile, offer personal training sessions for dogs that include jogging, swimming, and low-intensity exercise using Frisbees, balls, and other toys.

Mesa glass making plant announces layoffs

MESA, Ariz. - It appears the finale has dropped for the glass plant in Mesa that was to manufacture glass for millions of Apple iPhones.

Londonderry inventor a finalist for breakthrough smoke detector

One local inventor has made the first major breakthrough in smoke detecting technology in years and is up for a statewide award.

North Country nonprofit explores modular homes as affordable alternative for poor

AHEAD has formed an off-shoot called Better Homes Ahead. It is selling modular and manufactured homes in versions it has designed called 'Northlanders.'

Hooksett woman accused of sexually assaulting 2 children

A Hooksett woman turned herself in to police after being accused of sexually assaulting two children.

T-shirt warns of 'Portsmouth Creeper' asking women to look at his pantyhose

The incidents prompted Kelly to make a T-shirt he displayed in the window of his shop, I Like That. It features a wanted posted warning 'ladies be on guard' for a man in a dark sedan with Maine plates 'approaching women day or night and offering to show off his panty hose.'

Pilfered pumpkins went to plump pigs

SOMERSWORTH — Hundreds of pumpkins, reported stolen on Monday, were actually given to a farmer for his hogs.

Photographer calls snipers scoping crowd at Pumpkin Festival 'dehumanizing'

'a supposed violation of their own rules on safe firearm handling, but is also a mean and dehumanizing thing to do. Shameful snipers, I’m holding you responsible for making the drunken children riot all day and night…'

Road salt hurting wildlife in streams along I-93 widening

WINDHAM — Road salt used to melt snow and ice is having a devastating impact on rivers and brooks in Southern New Hampshire, state

U.S. seizes property of Portsmouth man, returns artifacts to Peru

Dozens of artifacts are on their way back to Peru after being seized in the United States during investigations into the smuggling of cultural relics.

Police: Man had baby in car when he fired gun

HAVERHILL — A city man wanted in connection with a shooting in the downtown Essex Street area on the afternoon of Sept. 17 was arrested in New Hampshire.

NH driver faces drug chargesin Gloucester

A New Hampshire man told police he and the two passengers in the vehicle he was operating were smoking a 'jay' after police stopped his vehicle on Main Street at 10:54 a.m. Tuesday.


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