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Ruling OKs NFL kangaroo court
Monday, May 2, 2016
In his bizarre quest to destroy the reputation of the NFL's premier quarterback, Commissioner Roger Goodell has drawn up some pretty nasty plays. He transformed … Full story    
Playing hooky in the Granite State
Sunday, May 1, 2016
Most of New Hampshire's 400 state representatives and 24 senators are conscientious. For the paltry sum of $100 a year, they show up when they're … Full story    
Looking back at the week in news
Saturday, April 30, 2016
Drop in homeless numbers encouraging news for state In January 2015, a one-day survey reported 2,158 people in New Hampshire were homeless. That included 1,370 … Full story    
College accounts a drop in bucket
Thursday, April 28, 2016
It's a good idea, in theory. Use a mix of money from taxpayers and pri­vate foundations to set up college savings accounts for New Hampshire … Full story    
People’s Pope is at it again with refugees
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Francis is a pope of many firsts. He was the first pontiff to name himself after Francis of Assisi, patron saint of the poor. He … Full story    
Letters To The Editor
Ayotte obstructing NH voters’ wishes
Sunday, May 1, 2016
I am so sick of reading editorials and letters saying that President Obama's Supreme Court nominee should be denied a hearing. It started with Sen. … Full story    
Riverwalk plans have many possible pluses
Sunday, May 1, 2016
Mayor Jim Donchess' advocacy for earmarking a $500,000 windfall for riverwalk extension and other waterfront enhancements is a great step forward (Donchess floats riverwalk revamp, … Full story    
Letters to the Editor
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Medicaid vote a welcome change Gov. Maggie Hassan recently signed into law a reauthorization of our state's bipartisan Medic­aid expansion program. Medicaid expansion has provided … Full story    
Laws will never help kids love themselves
Sunday, April 24, 2016
Connie Schultz's opinion on the North Carolina transgender law (April 16) demonstrates why no law will effectively work for those seeking recognition of gender re-identity: … Full story    
Hassan should listen on court appointment
Sunday, April 24, 2016
It is my opinion that the American people deserve to have a say in filling the recent Supreme Court vacancy, and I am disappointed that … Full story    
Nashua is full of great volunteers
Sunday, April 24, 2016
As one of the program directors for CASA of New Hampshire, I am so incredibly proud of the Nashua residents and local businesses that support … Full story    
YMCA program a home run
Sunday, April 17, 2016
I had the privilege of observing the closing session of high school students performing a variety of responsibilities, from governor to Senate president, House speaker … Full story    
Tax rebate help available in May
Sunday, April 17, 2016
Many low- and moderate-income homeowners in New Hampshire are not aware of the fact that they may get a refund of a portion of their … Full story    
Senate using important check
Sunday, April 17, 2016
It is imperative that New Hampshirites understand the gravity of Supreme Court nominations. Senators are absolutely within their authority to refuse the confirmation of a … Full story    
Loss of public servant will be deeply felt
Sunday, April 10, 2016
With the death of Carol Holden, New Hampshire, Hillsborough County and Amherst has lost a valued citizen volunteer and servant. Since her arrival to Amherst … Full story