Daily Archives: February 10, 2018

News That Didn’t Make the Cut

The Eagle Tribune today covered Donna Green’s resignation from the Timberlane Regional School Board, in protest of the board’s failure to act on the outrageous intrusion into the election process by the TRSD Superintendent when he slapped a no trespass order on … Continue reading

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Victims’ Rights Enhance the Power of the State at the Expense of the Accused.

The focus of Marsy’s Law on providing victims’ rights against the accused (and in support of the government’s prosecutorial power) runs contrary to the whole notion of why the Bill of Rights was enshrined in the New Hampshire Constitution over two … Continue reading

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New Hampshire ranked ‘Best State’ for Online Dating

If you struggle with online dating, you’re not alone — but a new survey suggests that some states are better for online dating than others. All Home Connections, an authorized AT&T retailer, looked at the online dating landscape in every state and, based on a … Continue reading

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UNH Child Study Development Center worker accused of inappropriate contact with child

DURHAM – Officials at the University of New Hampshire confirmed Friday that a staff member at the Child Study Development Center has been placed on paid administrative leave. “An allegation of inappropriate contact with a child was made at the … Continue reading

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Tales from the BudComm, sorta sideways, – Government Worker Pension plan

This snippet from the UL caught my eye as we on the BudComm saw (and heard) that retirement costs are skyrocketing from almost every department head lamenting its impact on their budgets, especially as the State broke its “promise” to help local … Continue reading

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For Your Weekend Calendar: 40 Days for Life N.H. Kickoff Rallies on Sunday

Make plans to attend a rally in your area to launch the next 40 Days for Life campaign. Manchester and Concord campaigns are having a joint rally at 2 p.m. on Sunday, February 11 at Ste. Marie’s Church (Montminy Hall) in Manchester. … Continue reading

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