Daily Archives: January 14, 2018

Tales from the BudComm – differing standards

Well, the last night of the (Gilford) Budget Season was last Thursday nite. A long nite – from 6:30pm and I didn’t get home until after midnight.  Did we get all of the surface analysis done and talked to all … Continue reading

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Gallery: New Hampshire March for Life 2018

A cloudy January thaw gave way to a freezing but brilliantly-sunny day for the 2018 March for Life in Concord, New Hampshire. New Hampshire Right to Life’s annual event drew more than 300 marchers for the procession down Main Street … Continue reading

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School Choice for NH: Break the Testing Stranglehold

HB 1744, a bill that will break the testing stranglehold on our students and teachers, will have a public hearing in the House Education Committee on Thursday, January 18 at 10:45am. This is an important school choice bill because parents – not … Continue reading

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City Year challenged over MLK Day workshops on “Unpacking Whiteness”

On January 4, 2018, I received an email invitation to City Year’s Martin Luther King Day event (right).   The subject line of the email was “Free Family Event: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!”  Candidly, I thought nothing of it and didn’t … Continue reading

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Steve Negron Announces Conservative Endorsements Across NH-02

Steve Negron Announces Conservative Endorsements Across NH-02 Nashua, NH – Steve Negron, a Republican candidate for Congress in New Hampshire’s 2nd Congressional District, released some significant conservative endorsements for his campaign this week. | Keep Reading at GraniteGrok.com

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Henniker: Quaker Street Relocation…One very simple question……

The sanctity of the Davison’s Conservation Covenant meant to be for evermore should not be dismissed. The town should have recognized any safety issues long ago and moved to correct those issues before the Conservation Covenant was completed. | More at Onlyhennikerbruce

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