Daily Archives: June 11, 2017

The Saga of the Russians are Coming, the Russians are Coming!!!!

I have followed the Trump- Russian saga like everyone else for some time now and I can not seem to get a hold of the red meat straight talk facts of how anyone actually directly or physically and/or psychologically affected … Continue reading

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Donna Green: Former Elected Official Gets SAU Job

Do you think former elected school district officials should be employed by the school district or its associated SAU? I think the answer is an emphatic “No!”  How can any person be assured that an elected official faithfully discharged their … Continue reading

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CNHT Annual Picnic July 8, 2017

JOIN US FOR Coalition of NH Taxpayers Annual Picnic – Saturday, July 8 – 2017 From 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM Sweeney Post #2 – American Legion 251 Maple Street (one way) Manchester, NH 03103 Across from Gill Stadium |More … Continue reading

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Senate retains bill to penalize ‘double-dipping’

CONCORD — A bill that sought to penalize municipalities for hiring so-called double-dippers was retained by the state Senate but its goal is expected to be revisited by the Decennial Retirement Commission, which meets next month. By statute, the commission … Continue reading

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Bikers – Drugs – Arrests…

CONCORD, NH — The U.S. District Court unsealed federal criminal complaints today which led to the arrest of four New Hampshire men – two bikers – on drug charges, according Acting-U.S. Attorney John J. Farley. | More… Tony Schinella | … Continue reading

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Body Found In Northwood Is That Of Woman Missing Since May

NORTHWOOD, NH — A body found in nearby Northwood last week has been identified as a woman missing since early May, according to police. The body of Delia Davenport, 52, was found at just before 5 p.m. on June 2, … Continue reading

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Laconia Prepared to sell Land to Backstop Teachers Contract Even After Cuts

For the second year in a row, Laconia has to slash spending to make the teachers payroll. Nearly $900,000 in spending cuts will allow the Laconia School District to come close to funding the first year of a new teacher contract, … Continue reading

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Strong Majority Not Concerned About Rising Sea Levels On NH Coast

In December, the Coastal Risk and Hazards Commission released a report outlining recommendations for state and local officials to respond to a projected rise in sea levels. The report estimates that sea levels on the New Hampshire coastline will rise … Continue reading

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The Aggregator’s Curse

An Aggregator is not some new Everglades reptile, it’s what happens here every day. The scraping and scouring of the interwebs in search of links worthy of you. But as the legislative season winds to a close in New Hampshire and … Continue reading

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Sununu: Expedite federal permits for infrastructure projects

While official Washington remained fixated on former FBI Director Jim Comey’s testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee Thursday, Sununu met with a select group of governors, mayors, and tribal leaders to brainstorm on how to streamline federal permitting and unlock … Continue reading

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