New Hampshire news from The Associated Press for Friday, Aug. 10, 2018.

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UPCOMING TOMORROW:

GOVERNORS AND PREMIERS

New England governors and Canadian premiers are going to be holding a three-day meeting beginning in the Vermont resort town of Stowe where they will be discussing issues important in both countries. By Wilson Ring. UPCOMING: 400 words by 2 p.m.

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CONSOLIDATED-UNIONS

PORTLAND, Maine — Two unions representing about 1,000 Consolidated Communication workers in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont have approved three-year contracts, their first under Illinois-based company, officials said Friday. By David Sharp. SENT: 460 words.

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NORTHERN PASS: Eversource has appealed the rejection of its Northern Pass transmission line proposal to the New Hampshire Supreme Court.

TRUMP-GRANITE BLOCK DESTROYED: First his Hollywood star, now his New Hampshire granite.

SCHOOL BUS-CRASH: Authorities say children were injured when their school bus veered off an interstate and crashed into trees in New Hampshire.

STATE SENATOR-DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A New Hampshire state senator is pleading not guilty to assault and domestic violence charges.

SPACE STATION-QUESTIONS: Visitors to the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord got a chance to see children ask an astronaut at the International Space Station about brushing his teeth, being weightless, and his favorite space food.

MEDICAL CENTER-SICKENED STAFFERS: A New Hampshire medical center has been evacuated as a precaution after ten staff members suddenly fell ill.

CREDIT CARD FRAUD: A New Hampshire woman has been sentenced to five years of probation for defrauding her Vermont employer of more than $70,000.

HEALTH CLUB-VIOLATIONS: New Hampshire's attorney general's office has accused a health club owner of failing to register the business with the state, seeking memberships for longer than a year, and other violations.

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