• Catch up with this past week’s headlines in Nashua, NH — including “Low Science scores in NH blamed on accountability” where some educators think the poor performance may result from the lack of accountability in science when compared with subjects that count toward Adequate Yearly Progress such as Math and Science.
  • Randy Pierce (@2020VisionQuest) and Quinn (@MightyQuinn) join us to share their inspirational story of “climbing the 48” (New Hampshire’s 48 peaks of greater than 4,000 ft) as a blind person and guide dog; and invite us to join them at Peak Potential, their first annual Celebration Dinner & Charity Auction, on October 23rd at The Derryfield in Manchester, NH supporting The New Hampshire Association for the Blind, and Guiding Eyes for the Blind.
  • State Rep Candidate Howard Coffman, from Ward 4, joins us in the WSMN 1590AM Studios to discuss his campaign