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Jonathan P. Baird lives in Wilmot. With Roe v Wade being overturned by the Supreme Court, it would be easy to think the centerpiece of... [Read More]
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Trees are majestic things, and sometimes that's true even when they're no longer alive. A former white pine on Route 4 in Boscawen is an... [Read More]
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The world comes into focus when Maryann Cheung looks through her viewfinder.The Hillsborough photographer sees elements of small-town charm in her work, material she might... [Read More]
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Almost exactly one month ago the COVID Tracker warned "here comes the fall surge." The very next day New Hampshire hospitalizations began to decline.Far from... [Read More]
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Keeping the historic gasholder building from collapsing involved building a central steel platform resting on a center brick column and 16 massive shoring towers holding... [Read More]
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Junior running back Dylan Laube finished with a school-record 424 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns to lead the No. 15/16 University of New Hampshire football team to... [Read More]
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Jean Stimmell, retired stone mason and psychotherapist, lives in Northwood and blogs at jeanstimmell.blogspot.com. Suffering from writer's block, I've taken refuge in photography. The part... [Read More]
I wanted to take a moment to give a shout out to the Gilford/Belmont Football team on a great season and especially want to recognize... [Read More]
America has been protecting Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states from invasion and pirates with our naval fleet and Air Force for decades. The Gulf... [Read More]
Friends and neighbors, it is with humility that Betty and I accept Hometown Hero acknowledgement. We would like to thank Priscilla who nominated us, and... [Read More]
It appears that New Hampshire Secretary of State Dave Scanlan may have an opponent when the House next votes on that position. Scanlan's tenure as... [Read More]
We Democratic candidates for state representative offer a heartfelt, "Thank you." Thank you to the people and entities who contributed to our campaigns. Thank you... [Read More]
Carisa Corrow of Penacook is co-author of "126 Falsehoods We Believe About Education" and founder of Educating for Good. When I was little, I can... [Read More]
I think that one group of service people that are often forgotten or taken for granted are the garbage men. They arrive curbside every week... [Read More]
Robert Azzi is a photographer and writer who lives in Exeter. His columns are archived at theotherazzi.wordpress.com. I remember being raised on the myth that... [Read More]
Stacy Bonan has worked in the restaurant industry in Meredith long enough that she's done just about every job. Behind the bar, she's crafted signature... [Read More]
Keeping students' school data private online is an increasingly high-stakes task. But for a small New Hampshire school district, getting a large tech company like... [Read More]
The pandemic has generally been an enrollment disaster for public schools. Students who were barely hanging on in person fell away over Zoom and haven't... [Read More]
Annie Mattarazzo still remembers the funny looks she got after leaving her high school prom early so she could make it to her AAU basketball... [Read More]
Farm animals are not tuned in to the sacred aspects of Christmas, but they do enjoy parties – like the upcoming 2022 Christmas on the... [Read More]
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