We start off with the top stories of this week: questions around the propriety of spending by Governor Sununu's inauguration committee; and a House committe vote to ban guns in Representatives Hall (with final vote by the full House yet to come).
But for much of the show, we'll look back at some of the top stories of 2018, including a Powerball winner's fight to remain anonymous; allegations of sex abuse at Dartmouth College; and midterm results, with gains both statewide and nationally for Democrats.
Don't miss this extensive coverage of the top news of 2018, with photos and links to stories, put together by NHPR's digital engagement producer Dan Tuohy.
- Dean Spiliotes - Civic scholar at Southern New Hampshire University.
- Trent Spiner - Executive Editor of the New Hampshire Union Leader.
- Dan Tuohy - Digital egagement producer for New Hampshire Public Radio.
Among the top 2018 stories we're discussing:
N.H. Powerball winner seeks anonymity -- and wins her case.
Speaking with Morning Edition, Chessy Prout explained why she wrote about her experience surviving the sexual assault by Owen Labrie that brought national attention to her case and to St. Paul's handling of the case.
Secretary of State Bill Gardner wins re-election by the slimmest of margins.