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- 08/27/17--23:16: Facts about Northern Pass
- 08/30/17--09:49: New Hampshire offers many leaf-peeping opportunities.
- 09/12/17--04:08: Flag raised yearly on Cannon Mountain for victims of 9/11
To the Editor: It is certainly curious that despite the attention in the news that the Northern Pass project receives, there continues to be significant misunderstanding or misrepresentation of it.
A public hearing will be held Wednesday in Concord to hear from residents on the proposed Northern Pass project, the next step in the state Site Evaluation Committee's review process. The project recently got a key recommendation from the U.S. Department of Energy, which concluded it would not have a significant impact on the environment.
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From left: Anne Cowles, Amy Swift, Jon Sykes, Kim Cowles and John Baker prepare to raise the flag Monday morning as the sun crests over Mount Lafayette.
It's been fourteen years since the Old Man of the Mountain collapsed, but New Hampshire residents are still used to seeing him all over the state. One of listeners is asking, "Why?" As part of our series Only in NH , in which we answer questions from around the state about New Hampshire oddities, producer Taylor Quimby tries to get to the bottom of that question.