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How Don Julio 1942 Became Tequila’s First Unicorn Bottle

n New Hampshire, sales of 1942 surged 64.8 percent over the last 12 months at the control state’s liquor and wine outlets, according to Joseph Mollica, chairman of the New Hampshire Liquor Commission (NHLC). Just like at Lincoln Road, those numbers could have been even stronger if the state didn’t have to contend with supply shortages.

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Dartmouth-Hitchcock offers new telehealth urgent-care option

Cheshire Medical Center patients now have a round-the-clock option for virtual urgent care visits, thanks to a new initiative from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health. That virtual service is available during walk-in hours for people with primary-care providers within the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health system. But last month, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health launched its own virtual urgent care service that is also open to people without providers in the system and is available 24/7.

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Barton 1792 Distillery Serves Up Single Barrels in New Hampshire

Barton 1792 fans are getting a treat in New Hampshire, where the distillery has partnered with the Granite State’s liquor authority to release five Thomas S. Moore single barrel bourbons. The new expressions, which are all sherry cask-finished and bottled at 86 proof, are available only at a few chosen New Hampshire Liquor & Wine Outlet locations.

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Strategies vary as companies plan for a post-pandemic workplace

Milford-based Alene Candles needed many of its employees to show up to make candles, but the company is considering a hybrid model for other workers.
“We are surveying employees to ask who wants to work remote, how often people want to come in, etc.,” Rod Harl, president and CEO, said by email. “We are empowering our managers to offer flexibility.”

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New Hampshire nursing programs see more applicants

In New Hampshire, there has been a rise in the number of applications for nursing and related higher education programs. The increased interest is a welcomed trend with so many nurses burnt out from the continuous work during the pandemic and a need for new nurses in the Granite State and worldwide.

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