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November 28 2014

We’ve got to address the energy crisis now

How can N.H. invite companies to move to the state when it cannot provide them with enough energy to do business?

November 28 2014

Mount Sunapee master plan deserves our support

Despite the cry from a few critics, this is about improving the area’s ski amenities

David Nixon’s death reminds us what we’ve lost November 28 2014

David Nixon’s death reminds us what we’ve lost

There was a day when elected leaders were dedicated to responsible governing and had a commitment to the common good

November 28 2014

LFDA members say leave Pumpkin Fest alone

Vast majority say riots shouldn’t cause cancellation of Keene event

November 14 2014

N.H. voters sent us a message about what they want

Elected officials need to listen and pay attention to the feedback we received on Nov. 4

November 14 2014

Marketplace Fairness Act attacks small business

It would force small online retailers to collect for tax jurisdictions and face audits from tax authorities where they do not have a physical presence

November 14 2014

The political campaign that could have been

The vast majority of voters say they hate negative ads, and their hatred does not stop there

November 14 2014

Rising electric costs could crush N.H. economy

Given our alarmingly expensive energy, we now face a bleak scenario

Retail spearheads anti-cybercrime efforts October 31 2014

Retail spearheads anti-cybercrime efforts

Regrettably, the banking industry frequently engages in finger-pointing and blame-shifting

Over-testing students has done more harm than good October 31 2014

Over-testing students has done more harm than good

New Hampshire is at the forefront of a movement to reduce overuse of standardized testing

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