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Winter Parking Ban begins
The Winter Parking Ban began Dec. 1. Once underway, after-midnight parking is restricted to "exempt" and "weather-conditional" lots only. Weather-conditional lots (lots B and C) may also close in the case of a declared snow emergency; their status is posted at 862-1001. Violators of the WPB are subject to a fine ($75) and possible towing, and the policies are strictly enforced, so please take careful note of the restrictions and provisions of the WPB.

Garden calendars make great gifts
The 2005 North Country Garden Calendar is available. This attractive, two-color calendar, produced by the Cooperative Extensions of the universities of New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont, highlights gardening topics each month. This year, each month provides solutions to some of the most common problems faced by gardeners. Learn how to spread wood ashes, buy a hobby greenhouse, keep rabbits away, over-winter coleus and geraniums, collect seed and keep out fall invaders. To order, send a check or money order for $6, payable to UNH Cooperative Extension, and mail to UNH Cooperative Extension Family, Home and Garden Education Center, 200 Bedford St., Manchester, NH 03101.

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December 3, 2004, Edition
 

UNH begins five-year review of RCM system
UNH has begun planning a comprehensive, five-year review of its decentralized budgeting system implemented July 2000 known as Responsibility Center Management (RCM). (12-03-04) More >>>

 
ROTC Honors
Retired U.S. Army Major John Gagne (left) of Strafford is inducted into the UNH ROTC Hall of Fame last month. Presenting his plaque to him is retired U.S. Army Brigadier General John Dailey (right), chairman of the UNH ROTC Alumni Chapter. Also honored were former U.S. Air Force Captain John H. Lawson, Amesbury, Mass.; former U.S. Army Major Bert F. Teague, Newport; and former U.S. Army Tech Sgt. Ralph Townsend, Williamstown, Mass. (awarded posthumously). (Katelyn Dolan/Media Relations)
 

UNH lands grant for research ethics education
The University of New Hampshire’s Graduate School recently received a $15,000 grant to develop and promote graduate education in the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) at UNH. (12-03-04) More >>>

More News
Web Only: UNH United Way Campaign extends efforts (12-10-04)
Web Only: UNH charities get into the holiday spirit
(12-10-04)
Hospitality department partners with top Swiss hotel school (12-03-04)
Psychologist named to La Leche League international board (12-03-04)
PAT Council explores network security (12-03-04)
UNH announces winners of community leader awards (12-03-04)
IOL hosts computing and engineering open house (12-03-04)
One of the best-kept secrets at UNH: Woodman Farm (12-03-04)

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