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NH Clerks Brace For Long Lines As Students Register To Vote
Thursday, 10/11/12
By Charlotte Albright
Town clerks are gearing up for election day. But along the Connecticut River, the time it takes to vote may depend on where you live. That's because, unlike Vermont, New Hampshire is phasing in a new law that will require voters to show a photo ID.
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'Tugg-ing' Movies To A Theater In Upper Valley
Wednesday, 07/04/12
By Charlotte Albright
What if you could choose the movies that get shown at your local theater?  That's the idea behind a new online film crowd-sourcing site called "Tugg." It's building a following, mostly in large cities.  But the first place in Vermont to try it is the small village of Wilder, in the  Upper Valley.
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Dartmouth Linguists Remap Boundary Between East, West
Tuesday, 07/03/12
By Charlotte Albright
Ever noticed how some people "park" their car and others "pahk" it? Or how some people have ideas, and others have idea-rs? Many speech habits get passed down through generations. But researchers from Dartmouth are finding that linguistic patterns in northern New England are taking surprising twists and turns.
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Upper Valley Health Professionals Return To Haiti A Year Later
Monday, 02/21/11
By Neal Charnoff
Nurses and doctors from Dartmouth traveled to Haiti last year after the deadly earthquake. The team has returned to Haiti this month and a photographer and reporter from the Valley News have gone along to chronicle their work. Reporter Gregory Trotter describes what they've found.
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Upper Valley Newspaper Reports From Haiti
Thursday, 01/28/10
By Neal Charnoff
As recovery operations continue after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, a local news team from the Upper Valley is following events on the ground.
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