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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 ...

All the news that fits … somewhere

When CNN gets too cerebral, and Fox is, well, too darn Foxy, look no further than the following news items that won’t make you think twice. Not even if you try. TANKS FOR NOTHING: Police in Louisiana were able to reel in a man captured on video swimming through a fish tank at a sporting ...

Tee time and a lunar rover: Eau de Space for $29

What do you get when you combine the aromas of seared steak, gunpowder, raspberries and rum? I realize you’re expecting a punchline after that question. But it’s no joke, Jack. You get the smell of outer space, of course. NASA made that announcement last week. The space agency wants ...

Are uncivil protests and mob violence winning?

The Seattle Commune is no more. Declared three weeks ago by radical leftists as CHAZ, the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, rechristened CHOP, the Capitol Hill Occupation Protest, the six-block enclave inside Seattle ceased to exist July 1. The cops shut it down. As Marx said, history repeats ...

Generations defining – and redefining – American history

Americans naturally tend to think of their presidents in terms of generations, like they do with their families. This may have started with the news that former Presidents John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both died on July 4, 1826, half a century to the day the Continental Congress adopted the ...

It’s not a debate: Wear a mask

If you're still opposed to wearing a face mask in public, this column is for Very Special You. I don't mean that sarcastically. One of us believes we're magically immune to this highly contagious virus, and it sure isn't me. I've never felt that special a day in my life. So, lucky ...

Visit museums

It will take some time for us all to get used to the “new normal” after the COVID-19 epidemic. One aspect of our lives that should not change — but could — is the variety of museums that educate and entertain us. Throughout the world, most museums had to close during the height of the ...

What’s the matter with Kansas State University?

Kansas hasn't voted for a Democrat in presidential elections since 1964. From 1995 to 2002 and from 2011 to 2017, Republicans in Topeka held the iron trifecta of the governor's mansion, the state House and the state Senate. In 2016, Donald Trump walloped Hillary Clinton in this quintessential ...

The coming 2020 train wreck

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden agree on one thing -- the other side is trying to steal the election. Trump told a gathering of students in Phoenix that this "will be, in my opinion, the most corrupt election in the history of our country." He amplified the point, ...

A true priority

Members of Congress were wise to pause their campaign of priming the economic pump to counter the effects of the coronavirus epidemic. Nearly three trillion dollars in aid to individuals, families, businesses and local and state governments needed to be given time to work before more federal ...

DC is already a ‘state’

In the latest of many cynical and highly political moves, the House of Representatives last week passed a measure that would transform the District of Columbia and make it the 51st state. "DC," as it is often abbreviated by locals, is already a "state." It is a state of corruption, crime, and ...

An underappreciated American scholar

Dr. Thomas Sowell has been both a friend and a colleague of mine for over a half-century. On June 30, he will have completed his 90th year of life, and I want to highlight some important features of that life. Sowell was born in Gastonia, North Carolina, in 1930. As part of the great black ...