Reviving the Food Processor

Author sings praises of overlooked kitchen tool
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Haldane Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

Headed for Hartford, Pace and Stony Brook
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Voters in New Hampshire Are Asking John Kasich About Ohio’s Poisoned Water

John Kasich's town halls are different than anyone else's in New Hampshire, and the first person who will tell you that is John Kasich. "White Stripes at a Republican town meeting!" he said, after taking the floor to "Seven Nation Army" Friday evening in Bedford, New Hampshire. "That has never happened before in American history." He likes to make a lot of jokes, sometimes even funny ones, and to direct non-sequiturs at unsuspecting audience members.

Oliva Announces for Congress

Longtime Astorino advisor hopes to challenge Maloney
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Haldane Sports Round-up

Track and field, girls' basketball... The post Haldane Sports Round-up appeared first on - Cold Spring - Beacon.

Top Stories – Jan. 30-Feb. 5

These were the most popular Voice of San Diego stories for the week of Jan. 30-Feb. 5. 1. San Diego's Oversupply of Water Reaches a New, Absurd LevelThe San Diego County Water Authority has dumped a half billion gallons of costly drinking water into a lake near Chula Vista.

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The Special Hell of Being a New Hampshire Voter

For New Hampshire voters, there's a certain kind of flinty pride that comes with helping to set the tone of the presidential election. But, in exchange for the privilege of their first-in-the-nation status, Granite Staters must also endure a special kind of hell. I'm talking about the ceaseless robo-calls, the too-chipper canvassers, the legions of journalists taking up all the damn parking spots in downtown Manchester. And the mailers. They start trickling into mailboxes many months before the primaries, and, as the election nears, the deluge grows biblical.

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U.S. House Race a Test Case of Identity Politics

HOUSTON — The bright green “Gene Green U.S. Congress” sign was planted firmly in the lawn of Alice Alexander Gallegos' home in Houston's Northside neighborhood. But it was her husband's doing, she says. She's still on the fence between voting for the longtime incumbent congressman or his surprise challenger Adrian Garcia, the former Harris County sheriff she supported in his unsuccessful Houston mayoral bid last year. Standing outside her home in this Hispanic enclave, Alexander Gallegos begins to explain her indecisiveness, then invokes some family advice. “I do what my mother used to tell me: Always vote for the Hispanics,” she says.

Nominations Open for Seniors of the Year

Putnam County due Feb. 12 and Dutchess on Mar. 25
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