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The Grok Top Ten for August: Woodburns and Sullivans and Whiteness, Oh My!

by Steve MacDonald September 2, 2018

August was a great month for our readers as a number of interesting Democrat scandals provided gist for the blogging mill. We also had heavy traffic on stories linked to both New Hampshire Republican primaries in CD-1 and CD-2. Then there’s the fledgling “New Hampshire is too white” commission which drove so much traffic that a post […]

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GraniteGrok’s Top Ten Heavy Hitters for July 2018

by Steve MacDonald August 1, 2018

It’s Already August, and you know what that means? There are only 145 Shopping Days ’till Christmas. It seems like a long time, so we’re here to help fill some of that in with the latest installment of Heavy Hitters! It was an excellent month for blogging with another 200+ opportunities for you to get […]

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GraniteGrok’s Top-10 Heavy Hitter’s for June 2018

by Steve MacDonald July 1, 2018

You had over 250 new posts to choose from for “June 2018” our first full month back to reporting on reader favorites after a brief respite at the hands of hackers in faraway lands. And yes, there are a few that just went up in late June that could “make the cut,” in July. So. I’ve […]

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No Heavy Hitters for April?

by Steve MacDonald May 9, 2018

Did you miss the published post for April’s heavy hitters? No. There wasn’t one and this feature may have to wait for its “official” return until the new site goes up. Why? We had a number of issues in April that made an accurate calculation impossible. First, we had to do a site restore that erased […]

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Top Ten Heavy Hitters for February 2018

by Steve MacDonald March 1, 2018

We’re back for another round of heavy hitters. These are the posts that got the most attention which means the most unique page hits in February 2018. News about the Windham School Board Transgender bathroom policy captured three spots in this February top-ten. Republicans voting for income taxes, the Florida Shooting, and the Death of […]

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Do “Green States” Have Something Else in Common?

by Steve MacDonald April 19, 2017

Seven of the top ten ‘greenest states’ in the US also have the highest electric rates in the nation. Coincidence? NH1 recently published a report by Wallet Hub ranking “how green states are” using a pile of different metrics. Let’s compare it to States with high residential electric rates to see how they stacked up.

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