Archive of: Cook on Concord

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Remembering John H. Morison, N.H. giant October 4 2013

Remembering John H. Morison, N.H. giant

Both tangibly and as an example, his accomplishments in business and the community were substantial

N.H.’s changing higher-education landscape September 20 2013

N.H.’s changing higher-education landscape

Stay Work Play tries to bring businesses and colleges together

Bragdon should be able to handle dual Senate-LGC roles September 6 2013

Bragdon should be able to handle dual Senate-LGC roles

New Hampshire, with its volunteer legislature, cannot help but run into situations in which personal and vocational assignments conflict with office

The importance of estate planning August 23 2013

The importance of estate planning

Recent legislative action is a reminder that people should take stock of their situation

Face to face with New Hampshire’s heritage July 26 2013

Face to face with New Hampshire’s heritage

Reflections on the contributions of the Craig family and Art Grant

A garden party visit with Ray Burton July 12 2013

A garden party visit with Ray Burton

A reflection on the time, effort and dedication the longtime executive councilor has given to the state

New Hampshire’s budget slouches forward June 28 2013

New Hampshire’s budget slouches forward

Neither leadership nor philosophy was in evidence this go-round

How history makes us who we are June 14 2013

How history makes us who we are

What 1968 did to shape a generation

There’s more to the 501(c) controversy May 31 2013

There’s more to the 501(c) controversy

There certainly is a legitimate issue about how many entities we should afford tax exemption