Daily Archives: March 14, 2018

Cops called to govt. meeting because camera, Fifth Amendment

I question some government officials on camera as they enter the “College / City Commission” meeting at Keene State College. The meeting is public, but one of the participants tells the others she’s going to call security. As long as … Continue reading

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Educational Opportunities Outside the Cookie Cutter School System

Not all kids learn the same, and parents and families need educational opportunities other than the “cookie cutter” school system we currently have. Dawn explains that the different personal choices we make in our daily lives should be reflected in … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Senate OKs measure to reduce real estate transfer fee for first-time homebuyers

First-time homebuyers in New Hampshire may soon be in for a bit of a break when it comes to scraping together enough dough to make that first big purchase – including those who’ve already closed on a new home this … Continue reading

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Van Ostern Has Plans

I’m just going to leave this here. From John DiStaso, WMUR: “For the first time in several decades, New Hampshire Secretary of State William Gardner later this year could face a serious challenger for a likely bid for his 22nd … Continue reading

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Right to Know Bills before the House

The following Bills, wil lbe before the House for a vote this Thursday. HB 1347 – Bill requires meeting minutes to include: Names of the members who made or seconded each motion Brief summary of comments made during deliberations All relevant … Continue reading

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ANTI-School Safety Proponents Push Gun Control in NH Education Bill

Today, a hearing was held before the New Hampshire Senate Education Committee on an amendment to Senate Bill 357 (SB 357 – irony noted), AN ACT relative to safe school zones and relative to syringe service programs. The purpose of the legislation appears to … Continue reading

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Keene School Deliberative Session. Lowest attendance on record

After a sparsely attended deliberative session Saturday, two petition warrant articles will go onto the Keene School District’s ballot with significant amendments. A range of other proposals, including a collective bargaining agreement for principals and supervisors and appropriations for building … Continue reading

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