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1A, the news show from and , hosted by Joshua Johnson.
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1A 13h
We’re broadcasting tomorrow’s News Roundup from . We’ll talk to about the gubernatorial race between Chris Sununu and Molly Kelly tomorrow at 10 ET.
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1A 14h
Jamal Khashoggi’s apparent murder is Trump’s first foreign policy test and he’s failing, says in her latest column. She’ll give us an update when she’s on the global edition of the News Roundup tomorrow.
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1A 15h
Julian tweets: A gazillion jobs are of no consequence if they don't pay a living wage. All the jobs I see would shirk my education and pay a third of what is manageable.
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1A 16h
So about that tweet...
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1A 16h
.'s has some advice for watching political ads: "Squint at the television and read that fine print." More on the midterms here.
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1A 16h
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So glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for listening. ICYMI:
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Is a blue wave likely in November? national politics reporter weighs in on .
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1A 19h
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Hey April! You should be able to stream the episode here -->
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1A 19h
Replying to @xoSTAYgold @EvinJayk
. can answer your question. Standby?
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1A 19h
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Elizabeth from East Lansing, Michigan emails: "Most of my family lives in St. Clair and Marine City and watching the county and small cities rebound gives me so much hope for the area and makes me so happy to see. I love this come home initiative."
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1A 19h
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. says he likes the idea of giving new college grads space to do a more comprehensive job search and look further than NYC or San Francisco.
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1A 19h
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Russ jumps in: "Traditionally in New Hampshire, we lose 20-somethings. When they turn 30, they come back." But he says that the 30-somethings aren't coming back at the same rate.
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1A 19h
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Douglas emails us: "We have systematically eliminated the main institution focused on recruiting, educating, mentoring, and advocating for labor resources at all skill levels...THE UNIONS."
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1A 19h
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What's St. Clair County like? "It's small-town America," Maiers says. There's no four year university or a Fortune 500 company in that area, he says.
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1A 19h
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Randy Maiers of the Community Foundation of St. Clair County joins us now.
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1A 20h
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Julian tweets: A gazillion jobs are of no consequence if they don't pay a living wage. All the jobs I see would shirk my education and pay a third of what is manageable.
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1A 20h
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Christine Carr is joining us as well. She's the executive director for the NH Career and Technical Educators Association.
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1A 20h
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Want to know more about getting an apprenticeship? Check out our show.
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1A 20h
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Dan Guillou says the Boston skyline is his canvas, and that he finds welding work very rewarding.
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1A 20h
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Diane in Portsmouth NH emails: "Here in NH we have a great mismatch between skills and jobs. We are an aging population and need skilled trades people to replace our plumbers. electricians, locksmiths etc."
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