Daily Archives: December 29, 2017

Exposing the Myths About Education Savings Accounts

Next week, the New Hampshire House of Representatives will consider SB 193, which would create education savings accounts (ESAs) that families could use to pay for private school tuition, tutoring, textbooks, online courses, educational therapy, and various homeschooling expenses using a portion … Continue reading

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N.H. Lawmakers to Debate Transgender Anti-Discrimination Bill

Next legislative session, New Hampshire lawmakers will again debate whether to include “gender identity” under the state’s anti-discrimination laws. | More at NHPR

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New Cold Weather Record on Mt. Washington – I Blame Global Warming

A new cold weather record has been reached for Mount Washington. Adam Gill, a weather observer at the Mount Washington Observatory,  took a kettle of boiling hot water and poured it out in sub zero temperatures with hurricane force winds. The weather was so … Continue reading

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Cannon Mountain Welcomes Pirates on the Slopes …to Benefit North Country

Franconia, NH:   Arrgh! Ski Like a Pirate and Hunt for Ye Treasure at the Pirates of the High Skis! at Cannon Mountain on Saturday, February 3, 2018. Pirates of the High Skis! is a swashbuckling fundraiser for the Adaptive Sports Partners … Continue reading

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Tales from the BudComm – “Do you see what I see?”

“… the massive flurry of subcommittee meetings and report writing has calmed down and one can actually start to sit down and meditate, cogitate, and try to do something more than a surface cursory level analysis. Like “how come it … Continue reading

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NH: Rifle open carry activist among the many free staters who have died

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Henniker BAC Suggests Budget Cut

Budget Advisory Committee recommendation: 2018 proposed Operational Budget for the town be reduced by $300,000! | More at onlyhennikerbruce

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School Choice for NH Family Profile: Unschooling Benefits

I have been a home schooling mom for over ten years. I have four daughters. Two have graduated and two are in their high school years now. There are many attributes of home schooling and unschooling that have appealed to … Continue reading

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