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Consider the opposition

The recently published opinion piece that was thinly veiled as reproach to those who would discourage participation in public affairs had the effect to do just that. If unfounded criticism is to be effectively rebutted, more unfounded criticism won’t do the job. Two wrongs don’t make a ...

Francestown needs your support

Every town should file an “amicus brief” supporting Francestown vs the state’s unconstitutional “Housing Appeals Board.” The HAB has had a devastating effect on Francestown. They have ruled in favor of a developer, overriding the wishes of the people regarding Francestown’s ...

Climate

Rep. Annie Kuster is one of 75 cosponsors on an important climate bill to put the U.S. on a path to net zero carbon emissions by 2050, create affordable clean energy, put money in people’s pockets, and save lives. This bill, called the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act, uses the ...

Dems watch out

Democrats in New Hampshire watch out – here comes Sununu. That “nice guy” governor that everybody loves is probably going to make a run for Maggie Hassan’s US Senate seat in 2022. What’s the harm in that? He’s got high approval ratings, he claims to be an environmentalist, he ...

Program to resume

Community Action Program Belknap-Merrimack Counties Inc. (CAPBMCI), the sponsor of the Senior Companion Program of New Hampshire, is excited to announce that Senior Companion Program volunteers have resumed community-based services. The mission of the Senior Companion Program and CAPBMCI is ...

Make swimming lessons mandatory

The spate of tragic drownings, seemingly almost daily, throughout New England this spring and summer has been unprecedented. Approximately 50 swimmers have lost their lives in Massachusetts alone so far up to the first week of July, culminating in yesterday’s (Tuesday’s) rescue of an ...