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Compassion should not be flagged

President Donald Trump’s announcement that he is cutting U.S. funding for the World Health Organization has been condemned throughout the world. Critics insist that a healthy WHO is essential especially now, as the COVID-19 pandemic rages. But the question is whether the WHO, a United ...

Time is running out

About 156.5 million Americans are categorized as members of the civilian labor force. At least 41 million people who can work and by definition want to are unemployed. In other words, approximately one of every four people able to work is not employed — and is being supported by the rest. ...

I-n-t-e-g-r-i-t-y

Plenty of the headlines these days are Bad news with a capital “B.” What seems to be going on all around us is disheartening, to say the least. An occasional ray of sunshine breaks through, however. Consider the national spelling bee: Earlier this year, organizers of the annual Scripps ...

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

Editor’s note: During the course of a week, issues are covered that might not lend themselves to full editorial comment, but they are worthy of The Sunday Telegraph weighing in – thumbs up, thumbs down or neutral. ––– Thumbs Up – To the city of Nashua for allowing adjustments on ...

Grant funds on way to Gate City

With teamwork, nearly anything is possible. That’s something that is ingrained in Granite Staters, especially those in Southern New Hampshire. That sentiment was on full display this week as our state’s congressional delegation announced more than $356,000 in grant funding that now is on ...

Thank you

Last week, longtime New Hampshire legislator Marth Fuller Clark announced that she is retiring from elected office at the end of her current term. Fuller Clark, a Democrat state senator, was first elected to that chamber in 2004, lost in 2010 and elected again in 2012. Before election to the ...