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Monday, August 19, 201308/19/2013

Rail Trail path damaged by summer storms.

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Here is the link to the video I mentioned with the damage on the Cheshire Rail Trail North in Walpole by Halls Crossing Rd. This repair stretches about ¾ mile long and looks like a big expensive fix. WKBK’s Greg Pregent produced the video.

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Tuesday, August 13, 201308/13/2013

Dan Mitchell announces the passing of Keene Mayor Mike Blastos.

This is the news announcement on WKBK Tuesday morning. Dan Mitchell let the listeners know the sad news then followed with a few thoughts of his own.

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Wednesday, July 10, 201307/10/2013

Howie Carr

Howie gives us another update on the Whitey Bulger trial. Howie witnessed the fireworks between Bulger and former henchman Kevin Weeks.

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Monday, July 1, 201307/01/2013

Kid President talks to Steve Carell

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What does Steve Carell have to do to be Kid President’s second-in-command?

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Friday, May 24, 201305/24/2013

Welcome to Good Morning with Dan Mitchell

“Good Morning” is Keene’s way to wake up week day mornings.  Paul Scheuring and the WKBK news twice an hour,…

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Cheshire Glass

Dan interviews John LeClair from Cheshire Glass about replacement windows and saving energy.

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Martin Murray from PSNH talks about rising electric rates.

Martin Murray from PSNH talks about rising electric rates this coming winter.

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Hannah Grimes Center “Connect 2014″

Mary Ann Kristiansen and Don Byrne talk to Dan About the annual event to benefit The Hannah Grimes Center and we discuss why businesses need to be forward thinking.

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KSC President Anne Huot and Mayor Kendall Lane discuss the Weekend Riots and Pumpkin Festival.

KSC President Anne Huot and Mayor Kendall Lane discuss the Weekend Riots and Pumpkin Festival on WKBK’s Open Mic show with Dan Mitchell

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Arnie Arnesen

Arnie talks about the battle against ebola and the “Debates” that were held this past week.