Daily Archives: November 5, 2017

Henniker Board of Selectmen Violate Right to Know Statute…Again!

The HBOS (Henniker Board of Selectmen) held a properly called and noticed meeting on Friday, October 27, 2017. (…) The only item of business on the posted Public Notice for the Public Meeting (Notice) was to authorize the purchase of a sidewalk … Continue reading

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North Country Lawmakers Tackle N.H.’s Demographic Challenges

New Hampshire is getting older, but a group of lawmakers, including two from the North Country, are working to find solutions to ensure that the state’s economy and tax base remains strong and services are not burdened in the decades … Continue reading

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Regional Planning Commission Fears Loss of Federal Funding

According to this September 18, 2017, article in the Valley News, “The threat of potential cuts to federal transportation spending has left one Upper Valley agency questioning how it can continue to provide services without its main source of revenue. | Keep … Continue reading

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Timberlane Test Scores Nothing to Hoot About

Timberlane Regional School District’s mascot is an owl. Unfortunately, the district’s latest academic results are nothing to hoot about. Both SAT and Smarter Balanced scores show the district hanging by a feather above the state average while spending $800 per … Continue reading

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Hostile Homeschool Bill Confirmed

If a child does not meet those expectations a second consecutive year, the home education program is terminated and the child must be enrolled in a public, charter, or private school the next school year. This is a much higher … Continue reading

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