Daily Archives: October 27, 2017

Balsams: Key Plan To Expand Ski Slopes Slips Behind

LANCASTER – With another winter approaching, the Balsams’ developer is still working on its plan to expand the skiing area, Ed Brisson, an official with developer Dixville Capital LLC, said Wednesday night. Originally, the developers hoped to begin construction in … Continue reading

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Rough “Justice”

A 17-year old with no visible means of financial support got an abortion this morning. Not news, you say? Look again. “Jane Doe” is an immigrant, an unaccompanied 17-year-old, living in the U.S. without benefit of documentation. When Jane Doe … Continue reading

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Some States Seeking Ways Around Full Compliance With Federal Education Law

A federal education law designed to let states determine for themselves how to hold schools accountable may leave more children behind if states are allowed to skirt federal requirements through waivers. The Every Student Succeeds Act shifts the burden of directing education … Continue reading

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David Scannell Doubles Down on Deliberate Deceptions

A week ago, we exposed the multiple and deliberate “straw man issues” Ward 2 school board candidate David Scannel had purposefully perpetuated in his assault on incumbent Debra Gagnon Langton.   Rather than reply, Scannel has doubled down on his devious misrepresentations to continue casting himself … Continue reading

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House panel votes to eliminate RGGI energy-efficiency funds

The NH House Science Technology and Energy Committee narrowly voted Tuesday to gut energy-efficiency funding through the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative and roll back the state’s renewable energy standard, in a move that one Republic denounced as partisan and a … Continue reading

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Russian – Clinton Campaign Collusion

Written by former British spy Christopher Steele, who was paid by opposition research firm Fusion GPS, which received the money from the Clinton campaign, the 35 pages of memos became the Democrats’ vehicle to promote supposed Trump–Russia collusion in the presidential election. The … Continue reading

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Did Vermonters help swing New Hampshire’s election?

According to state records on same-day voter registration, 212 Vermonters were among the 6,540 people who registered to vote in New Hampshire on Election Day using an out-of-state license. President Donald Trump’s election integrity commission has been investigating the possibility that … Continue reading

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New Hampshire House Freedom Caucus Announces Committed Speaker Candidates, Panelists for November 2nd Forum

Concord – The New Hampshire House Freedom Caucus (NHHFC) will host a forum for candidates for Speaker of the House on next Thursday, November 2nd, after the House veto session. Currently, seven candidates for Speaker have confirmed for the event, … Continue reading

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Timberlane Taxes Skyrocket… Again

When you Google “management,” this definition pops up:  “the process of dealing with or controlling things or people.” I’ll let you judge if Timberlane’s budget and our associated taxes are being “controlled.” New Hampshire’s Department of Revenue has released Timberlane’s … Continue reading

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