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Historic Streak Ends In Heartbreak

Jon Schlemmer, PaperClip Staff/Writer

April 7, 2017

There are two ways people think of the state of Connecticut, UConn and then everything else. UConn women's basketball to be exact. For over the past decade, no team in collegiate sports has been more dominate then the H...

Pardon Me?

Kayla A. Harmon, PaperClip Staff/Writer

April 7, 2017

A petition seeking Pamela Smart’s pardon was circulated during a weekend campaign on Twitter late last month with an attached message from Smart reading, “As the years and decades continue to pass me by, it would be easy t...

Battle of the 2024 Olympics

Emma Cheney, Paper clip writer/staff

April 7, 2017

Both Los Angeles and Paris want to host the 2024 Olympics. There are two spots open, one being the 2024 Olympics and the other being the 2028 Olympics. Both cites want the 2024 Olympics. Paris co-chairman Tony Estanguet told...

Avalanche Kills Teens and Teacher in Japan

Madeleine West, PaperClip Staff/Writer

April 3, 2017

On Monday, March 27th a teacher and seven teenagers died on a high school mountaineering club in an area of Northeastern Japan. The students and teachers were training North of Tokyo in an area where the weather bureau had...

New Chief in Town

New Chief in Town

March 31, 2017

Man Shoots Gun in Public

Cass Malila, PaperClip Writer

March 31, 2017

According to SeacoastOnline, “A Rockingham County grand jury indicted a city man on a felony charge alleging he may have placed others in danger of serious bodily injury by firing a weapon outside the White Cedar Boulevard apa...

Pro/Con: Should there be a ban on trucks on Banfield Road?

Seth A. Rice, Paperclip Staff/Writer

March 30, 2017

A new law is under review in Portsmouth to ban trucks on Banfield Rd. The road runs parallel to Lafayette Rd, which is the main road used to get across from Portsmouth to other areas of the Seacoast. Trucks who are caught using the...

A Day to Give Back

March 30, 2017

Is Legal Marijuana Putting NH Students at Risk?

David Ball, Staff Editor

March 29, 2017

New Hampshire is a state stuck between two legal recreational marijuana states, Massachusetts and Maine. We are also bordered by Vermont, which has just recently voted to move the bill for recreational marijuana to the next step. Wha...

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