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Dietsch is working for our students

As a parent who has homeschooled and continues to teach other homeschooled children, I am impressed and delighted to have had Senator Dietsch meet so directly with the homeschooling community. Thank you, Senator, for making that time and hearing our unfiltered concerns and thoughts on ...

Hospice patients still need you!

Thank you for the chance to let our community know about an opportunity to make a difference for hospice patients while remaining safe during a time when the fear of covid is a concern for so many. Amedisys Hospice is offering online hospice training sessions for the summer months. The ...

Help support homeless families

For the past 16 years, Family Promise of Southern NH has proven that its program for helping homeless families get back on their feet and living independently is an effective way to reduce homelessness in our community. Family Promise serves 44 communities in Hillsborough and Rockingham ...

A great opportunity for Hudson

I’m as sad as anyone to see the beautiful Green Meadows Golf Course close after so many years but as a Hudson resident we knew it was inevitably going to happen and that property was going to change. The family that operates the golf course has been trying to sell the property for years but ...

Don’t confirm Scott Mason

Gov. Chris Sununu passes up several well-qualified professionals by nominating Scott Mason for Executive Director of NHF&G. The NHF&G Department is a 200-plus person organization with seven divisions and four regional offices. The Department has annual budget of approximately ...

Vibe Yoga Studio opening

Vibe Yoga, at 182 Main St. in Downtown Nashua, will open its new studio on Sunday, July 5. Owner and instructor Melissa Coppola invites you to check out her new space. This is a new direction for her career, she said. “I worked at BAE Systems for 17 years and was compelled to change ...

Green Meadow project

Having served as both a selectman and a member of the town planning board in Hudson, I’ve seen several projects proposed for the Green Meadow Golf Club and the Hudson Logistics Center is by far the best option we will ever get for our town. Looking back at all the previous proposals for ...

Bipartisan paid family leave

New Hampshire needed paid leave prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, but it’s clear we need it even more in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. When New Hampshirites need to take time off due to a serious medical issue or to take care of a child, spouse, or parent’s critical medical situation, ...

Support Corky Messner

Granite State Republicans have a shared goal in November, beating Jeanne Shaheen and the radical, socialist agenda she stands for. President Trump knows what we are up against in New Hampshire, and that the only way we will reach this goal is by unifying our party behind the candidate who has ...

Self-government

Local self-government before and still has the answers solving problems of State and Local Municipalities since colonial times. People have governance when they organize their talents of respectable residence coming forward through natural obligation to the people where they live. I have to ...

Attack on the president

Chuck “RINO” Douglas just revealed his true colors with the editorial in last Sunday’s Telegraph and his stupid attack on the president and the Secret Service for clearing “peaceful protestors” out of Lafayette park for a presidential photo op. Well maybe RINO Chuck should have done a ...

Serve & protect?

Defunding (disbanding) the police? Better think that through. If there are no police, who is coming if you call 911? In some jurisdictions, Fire and/or EMS won’t/can’t go without a law enforcement presence. We are a nation of laws. Without enforcement, laws are just words on paper. ...

Hold PBS accountable

I would like to thank Mr. Paul Hutsteiner for his letter to the editor in last Sunday’s Telegraph, which alerted the public about PBS’s broadcasts. For far too long, PBS’s journalistic integrity, fact checking, thoughtful discussions, award winning journalism, and matter of fact truth ...

Support HB1280

I am 31 years old and recently celebrated 30 years with type one diabetes. When I turned 26 in 2015, my insulin went from costing $40 to $350 a month. I couldn’t afford it and began rationing. When I married my husband later that year, my copay went down to $70 per month. I never spoke about ...

Black residents deserve better

The accusation that a Black or brown person is not “qualified” or does not have the “expertise” for a position of power is one of the oldest dog whistles in the book. This microaggression is a painful reminder of the institutionalized racism that still exists throughout every system ...

Climate change urgency

Everyday that we do not take action, climate change will continue to destroy the planet. The state of New Hampshire must transition to a renewable energy economy in order to combat climate change. Our state officials, including the Governor, should be acting proactively to reduce emissions in ...

Approve Scott Mason

Gov. Chris Sununu passes up several well-qualified professionals by nominating Scott Mason for Executive Director of NHF&G. The NHF&G Department is a 200-plus person organization with seven divisions and four regional offices. The Department has annual budget of approximately ...

Right for New Hampshire

The right person, at the right time, for the State of New Hampshire? Retired Brigadier General, Don Bolduc, a person who has dedicated his life to serving the people of New Hampshire and this great country. A person with thirty-three years on active duty, with 10 deployments and has been ...

Fading American supremacy

As a child, I was taught over and over that the United States was the greatest country on the face of the earth. It was a shining city on the hill, a beacon of freedom and prosperity. However, as time goes on, I have begun to wonder why the ‘greatest nation’ refuses to significantly help ...

Should we defund the local police?

Real government statistics does not support the charges that there’s an epidemic of white cops killing unarmed black men. Statistically more white men are killed by white cops. Speaking of real statistics black men are more likely to be killed by other black men. But facts can be inconvenient ...