Weekly N.H. News Roundup: June 7, 2019
We hear about the latest development in the Bear Brook cold case; genetic genealogy helped to identify the likely killer but the victims remain unknown. In a ruling that could have far reaching impacts, a judge has called the state's current method for funding public schools is unconstitutional. And The Mount Washington Observatory and the Cog Railway are going to court over property rights on the summit of Mt. Washington.
- Sarah Gibson - NHPR Reporter.
- Charlie Jordan - Editor, Colebrook Chronicle.
- Jason Moon - NHPR Reporter and host of Bear Brook Podcast.
- Dave Solomon - New Hampshire Statehouse reporter for theUnion Leader newspaper.
- Dean Spiliotes - civic scholar in the School of Arts and Sciences at SNHU.
- Read Jason Moon's reporting for NHPR on the big news in the Bear Brook case, including details on how the citizen sleuth helped to put names to some of the victims.
- Follow Sarah Gibson's reporting on education funding, including her series "Adequate" on how a state decides the value of a public education.
- Not familiar with genetic geneaology? Listen to the Bear Brook Podcast and get familiar with some of the privacy concerns on a recent Exchange show: Bear Brook Podcast, Genetic Geneaology, and Privacy Concerns.
- Here's a screen-grab of the approximately week-old moose found wandering on a busy Colebrook road: