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Proposal for DW College grounds

Gertie here, proud voting member of the esteemed CMAs (Country Music Assn.) since 2003. Among other things, I have been hosting and producing my own show called GCS, GertiesCountryShow on AFN, the American Forces Network HQ Europe. I have a background in journalism, was a fully licensed stock ...

Vote NO on corrupt politicians’ act

Over the decades Progressives have sought to create a campaign finance and regulation scheme to tilt elections to the left in perpetuity. Tired of having to work campaigning for office, or with fellow citizens to get buy-in on legislation, they’re trying to rig the game for all future battles ...

Increasing cases

COVID is increasing in New Hampshire’s college towns. For example, Durham recently reported 164 active COVID cases, 155 of them students (Fosters, 3/25/2021). Students live, shop and work in their communities, alongside the adult population, many remaining for summer jobs. COVID spreads ...

A gag rule

Are you concerned about the effects of global warming? In New Hampshire, carbon pollution in the air increases asthma and health costs. Extreme weather brings floods and drought, threatening our homes, roads and bridges, and our farmers’ crops. We look to our government to help find ...

Thomas right for the moment

I have lived in Merrimack all of my life, and for most of that time, I have felt a close connection to my neighbors and classmates. To the town’s leaders and policymakers, not as much. As an MYA kid, I think the head umpire was the highest local public official I could pick out of a crowd. ...

Property tax increase

Last week the New Hampshire Supreme Court sent the Con-Val school district suit regarding the cost of an adequate education back to a trial judge. This case deals with whether the New Hampshire Legislature is meeting the constitutional right to an adequate education with current $3636 per ...