Letter from Concord, David Karrick

By David Karrick

Letter From Concord: April 26 New Hampshire House Session: Senate Bill 391, Bill codifies the rights of sexual assault survivors, including the right to a medical examination at no charge; both Wells and Copp voted in favor of the Ought to Pass recommendation, bill was approved 315 to 22 after a motion for reconsideration by […]

Andover Police Protect and Serve

By Jeffrey Goodrich

I would like to take this opportunity to comment on the high degree of professionalism and commitment that our local Police Department demonstrates on a daily basis. Our Andover police officers show genuine interest in serving and protecting the people of Andover and are always courteous when interacting with their constituents. As for myself, I […]

Joan Aubrey, Director of NHEC

By Joan Aubrey

Vote for Your NH Electric Cooperative Directors The annual election for New Hampshire Electric Cooperative’s Board of Directors is underway.  This year’s election has four director positions up for election and only one incumbent Director running.  Three other Directors have reached their term limits, meaning that there will be at least three new members joining […]

Report from Representative Wells

By Natalie Wells, State Representative

As I write this, the  House Session will meet two more times before winding down for this year.  It has been a very intense year for many bills. Some were signed into law, others may get reintroduced next Session. Again I notice Mr. Karrick listing bills and how I voted. That’s fine. However, one sentence […]

Donna Hartwell-Baker

By Donna Hartwell-Baker

Dear All, It seemed that spring would never get here, but alas it has arrived! The ice went out of Highland Lake before dawn, today. (April 24th) However, for several days, the lake was half open and the open side has been busy with waterfowl. I watched an adult loon swimming near Stella’s Beach on […]

Notes from Concord

By David Karrick

Once again I’ve been tracking some of the recent votes of our current State Representatives, Anne Copp and Natalie Wells, at the Statehouse in Concord: March 22 Session: House Bill 1313, Repeals prohibitions on carrying a loaded firearm on your OHRV or Snowmobile; Wells voted in favor, Copp was absent. Bill passed 181 to 148. […]

Vote for Neil Irvine (NHEC Board)

To the editor: I am writing to endorse the candidacy of Neil Irvine for a seat on the New Hampshire Electric Board of Directors. Neil has served the Coop Members on the nominating committee for several years and has the first hand knowledge of the challenges and responsibilities of being a director. Most importantly Neil […]

Support for Neil Irvine (NHEC Board)

To the Editor, As as NH Electric Co-op member, I am casting my vote for Neil Irvine in this year’s election for the Board of Directors. I have personally known Neil for almost 10 years and his dedication to the community he serves is well documented. He has shown he has the ability, the desire […]

Letter to Editor

By Stewart B Epstein

To The Editor: Politics in this country has reached the point where I would be shocked if any candidate for the US House or Senate  showed the courage to support a national-wealth tax of 25 percent on all individuals worth $10 million or more. Here’s what we could do with that revenue: 1. Eliminate the […]

The Purpose of Town Meeting

By Janet Moore

About the recent town meeting…it’s worth a reminder that the purpose of a town meeting is to conduct the town’s business for the coming year by addressing warrant articles put forth by the Board of Selectmen and the townspeople. All of the information contained in the town report is made available to the public through […]

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