Daily Archives: November 8, 2017

Donna Green: A Timberlane Blast From the Past

In reviewing old school board meeting clips, I came across this gem that so captures the attitude of the SAU to accountability, transparency, and their proper place in the pecking order. |Keep Reading at timberlaneandasandown

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In 10 N.H. Cities, Voters Send Mixed Signals on Keno

Rochester appears to be the community most divided over whether to allow Keno within city limits – the game passed there by a mere one vote, according to results from the local clerk’s office as of late Tuesday night. Otherwise, … Continue reading

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Ellen Kolb: See You In Dover N.H., November 14

I’m looking forward to speaking at a workshop at St. Joseph Church in Dover on November 14 at 6:30 p.m., and I hope to see Seacoast readers there! Rep. Kurt Wuelper will be the featured speaker on Effective Communication with … Continue reading

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School Choice for NH: Financial Impact of Education Savings Accounts

Education Savings Accounts (ESAs) will put educational opportunities within reach for low-income children across the Granite State. The NH House Education Committee will vote on an amended version of Senate Bill 193, the proposed ESA bill, on Wednesday, November 8th. Many … Continue reading

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GAL – On Air News Read

Well the voters of Manchester spoke last night and one might say they were of many minds.  In a campaign that saw a twelve percent increase in the number of ballots cast, many results came as a surprise, while others … Continue reading

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Craig Wins Machester Mayoral Race; Democrats Win Two More Special Elections

Granite Staters voted on Tuesday, supporting Democratic candidates in closely-watched races and deciding the fate of Keno in the state’s biggest cities. Below are a few takeaways from Election Day in New Hampshire and what it means going into 2018. … Continue reading

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