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Gas prices still tumbling in New Hampshire

CONCORD (AP) – Gas prices in New Hampshire have dropped another 3.5 cents per gallon in the past week. ...

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Gas prices still tumbling in New Hampshire

CONCORD (AP) – Gas prices in New Hampshire have dropped another 3.5 cents per gallon in the past week.

The average price of a gallon of gas Monday was $3.45 a gallon, according to That’s 2 cents higher than the national average, which fell 1.3 cents per gallon in the last week to $3.43.

Gas prices in New Hampshire 15.5 cents a gallon lower they were a year ago, and are 14.2 cents per gallon lower than a month ago.

The national average decreased 10.3 cents per gallon in the last month and stands 10.5 cents a gallon less compared to a year ago.

Town to try fake coyotes to scare off geese

MEREDITH (AP) – Residents in one Lake Winnipesaukee town are trying to scare off Canada geese that foul the grass near a sculpture walk - they’re adding some fake coyotes to the stone and brass artwork.

The decoys will be added at night to the sculpture walk in Meredith. The trick is to move them around in order to trick the birds.

Town Administrator Phil Warren Jr. says other choices to get rid of the geese are too expensive or drastic. He said he’s going to try a couple of the coyotes, which cost $70 each, after consulting with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Warren said they were effective in a Massachusetts community where he worked.

Hampton Beach marks 10th talent competition

HAMPTON, N.H. (AP) – A New York woman has won the adult division of the 10th annual Hampton Beach Talent Competition with her rendition of “And I am Telling You” from the musical “Dreamgirls.”

Cavelle-Nell Romeo from Queens, who once sung at the Apollo Theater, came in first place on at the New Hampshire competition Sunday.

In the junior division, for contestants up to age 18, Kaihla Laurent of Chicopee, Massachusetts, took the top spot, singing “I Dreamed a Dream” from “Les Miserables.” She attends school at the Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Center.

The contest started Friday at the Seashell Stage. Twelve finalists competed Sunday.

Blasting to slow traffic on New Hampshire’s I-93

WINDHAM (AP) – Motorists on Interstate 93 in southern New Hampshire should expect traffic delays due to a highway blasting operation.

Department of Transportation officials say both the northbound and southbound lanes may experience delays from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday.

Rolling roadblocks will be used to control traffic while workers blast a ledge adjacent to the I-93 interim southbound lane in Windham. Traffic could come to a standstill at times if workers need to remove blasted rock from the road.

The work is being done to accommodate the alignment of the northbound off-ramp as part of the interstate widening project.

The blasting depends on the weather and may be postponed.

Message boards along I-93 will provide notice of the beginning of blasting operations.

State Fish and Game officials host hunting talks

CONCORD (AP) – The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is hosting several free talks ahead of this year’s deer hunting season.

The talks are at 7 p.m. every Wednesday starting Sept. 17 at the Fish and Game headquarters, 11 Hazen Drive, in Concord.

The talks start off with Deer Hunting Basics, which is geared to new and apprentice hunters.

Other topics including archery season tactics, hunting dominant bucks, how to cook game and firearms season tactics.

Pre-registration is not required. More information about hunting in the state can be found at the Fish and Game website: