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A look at 10 years of New Hampshire politics
By Jeff Mucciarone

In 1996, when Democrat Jeanne Shaheen was elected governor of New Hampshire, she was hailed as a talented politician for a variety of reasons, but political pundits specifically pointed to her ability to work with Republicans. That talent of Shaheen’s was necessary as Republicans held majorities and much of the power in the state.

PEOPLE: Don’t leave!
Stay Work Play NH wants college grads to stick around
By Jeff Mucciarone

The notion that New Hampshire loses many of its young folks after they graduate from college is not new. The new Stay Work Play NH organization is looking to tackle the issue. With a variety of resources and opportunities, the organization is working to show young people why they should stay, work and play in the Granite State. Kate Luczko is the executive director of Stay Work Play NH. Visit Call 860-2245 or send e-mail to

THEATER: Telling the Odyssey
Lockwood brings epic tale alive on stage
Adam Coughlin

In a world where technology is always shortening attention spans, Sebastian Lockwood, a traveling bard and rhapsode, still has the ability to put people in a story trance. Lockwood will use his gift for oratory on Saturday, Oct. 9, when he performs a live reading of The Odyssey at the Old Meeting House of Francestown.

LONGSHOTS: Busy week yields four interesting stories
By Dave Long

Item: Wins should matter for Cy Young

FOOD: Yes, Concord has great food
Sample 38 purveyors in one night at the Taste
By Angel Roy

The New Hampshire Distributors, Co., a Concord-based beer distributor, has continuously worked to support a city non-profit in need — the Concord Boys & Girls Club.

TECH: Says me
Hybrid TV service doesn't know its own strengths
By John Andrews

These companies really need to stop sending me e-mails.

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