Daily Archives: November 28, 2017

Proposed school budget features $1.7 million jump

CLAREMONT — Claremont School District administration released on Wednesday night an initial draft of the proposed 2018-2019 school year budget to include a more than $1.7 million increase from the current operating budget. In total, the proposed budget would cost … Continue reading

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Manchester school board implements spending freeze

MANCHESTER — City school board members voted Monday night to implement a spending freeze in the district on non-essential materials. The motion approved by board members authorizes the spending freeze, while giving Superintendent of Schools Dr. Bolgen Vargas “the latitude … Continue reading

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Support NH Right To Life This Giving Tuesday

This November 28th join the movement and give! Giving Tuesday is a nationwide campaign to come together and give back to your community or organization of choice. New Hampshire Right to Life is committed to spreading awareness of the inherent value of … Continue reading

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Teaching Reason to College Students Enslaved by their Appetites and Feelings

Adam J. MacLeod, (from the clan MacLeod–did you do that with the accent?) recently shared a speech he gave to his students in an article titled, Undoing the Dis-Education of Millennials. Adam teaches Law and has found that many of the … Continue reading

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Spending is Not Caring.

“Spending is not caring. Spending is what politicians do instead of caring. Spending more does not guarantee success. Politicians like to measure spending because it is easier than measuring actual metrics of accomplishment.” | More at Granite State Taxpayers

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Family Profile: Home Educating a Child with Special Needs

We recently asked home educating families to send us their stories – what makes homeschooling important to them and how it impacts their lives. Today’s profile is about a homeschooling family with a son who has special needs. The mom’s … Continue reading

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Electricity Costs in New Hampshire

When we switch on the lights here in New Hampshire, we pay more than residents in 45 states.  That’s right, the Granite State has some of the highest residential electricity rates in the country. And industrial employers pay more for electricity … Continue reading

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