Abstract

  • HoCo unveils newly constructed dining area, Page 1
  • Durham to hold Democratic debate, Page 1
  • National Hospitality: UNH hospitality management earned a ranking in the top 10 percent nationally, Page 1
  • Police explain why no alert was issued after a reported robbery, Page 1
  • 2 UNH dining halls receive green certification, Page 4
  • Dr. Nancy Targett appointed as the new provost, Page 4
  • New Hampshire congressman repays $355K to ‘family pot’, Page 4
  • UNH professor co-authors book on GOP, Page 5
  • Police investigating vehicle arsons, thefts, Page 5
  • Car smashes in to a local Derry Restaurant, Page 5
  • Airlifted man is charged with DUI for crash, Page 5
  • Climber falls nearly 30 feet rope, rescued, Page 5
  • Report shows reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, Page 6
  • Wal-Mart worker who claimed gender bias awarded $31million, Page 6
  • Clean energy effort moves forward with New England proposals, Page 7
  • New rail link to Maine waterfront to revive port, Page 7
  • David Bowie wanted ashes scattered in Bali, Page 7
  • Taking steps to prepare for Zika virus, Page 7
  • Teen suspect in holdup arrested in VT, Page 7
  • NH police: Massachusetts man clocked at 116 mph in Ashland, Page 7
  • Over 1 million face loss of food aid over work requirements, Page 8
  • ‘Leave us alone’ - people in Oregon town tired of standoff, Page 8
  • Massive fire destroys Lexington stockyard, many businesses, Page 9
  • Decades-long search for ‘Mr. Wonder’ ends with arrest, Page 9
  • After arrests, focus turns to how 3 men escaped from jail, Page 10
  • Hope for answers as release of Amtrak crash evidence nears, Page 11
  • Water crisis spurs calls to change Michigan open-records law, Page 11
  • Corrections officer and motorcyclist group member fired gun during deadly brawl, 7 injured, Page 12
  • Antiquities dealer searches for lost treasure hunter and fan, Page 12
  • After arrests, focus turns to how 3 men escaped, Page 13
  • U.S. Navy officer sentenced to 40 months, Page 13
  • Corrections officer fired gun during brawl, Page 13
  • Money in politics fight over indicted Texas attorney general, Page 14
  • How to permit the future rollout of self-driving cars?, Page 14
  • Oxfam reports $1.9B in Ebola aid not delivered by international donors, Page 14
  • OPINION: SOTU: A 2-way street Tuesday’s State of the University address will provide students the chance to speak directly with Mark Huddleston, Page 15
  • OPINION: A history of amnesia in the US, Page 16
  • GYMNASTICS: Balanced at the top, Page 17
  • TRACK & FIELD: Distance, field events spark UNH sweep, Page 17
  • Wernig’s personal record paces UNH in win, Page 17
  • WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Despite loss, UNH heating up, Page 18
  • MEN’S HOCKEY: Smith’s two-goal effort ends Wildcats’ skid, Page 18
  • WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: ‘Cats struggle over break, Page 19
  • Wedsjo’s giant slalom win leading ‘Cats at Vermont, Page 19
  • SWIMMING AND DIVING: Baykova’s record sinks Bears, Page 20
  • MEN’S BASKETBALL: Underdogs no more, Page 20

Publication Date

2-1-2016

Document Type

News Article

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