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The Foley family’s inspirational dignity

As a beacon of faith in a time of horror, they indeed made New Hampshire proud
September 5, 2014

Remembering Gary Long, a true ‘gentle man’

Both he and another 63-year-old, Robin Williams, had much to look forward to in life
August 22, 2014

Examining the Granite State political landscape

A look at how the candidates are performing in the calm before the storm
August 8, 2014

Three lawyers’ stories – without a punch line

Arthur Mudge, John Tobin and Bob Dastin have made a lifetime of contributions to N.H. and beyond
July 25, 2014

Baker’s legacy should be a guide for officeholders

His ability to forge compromises without sacrificing his principles appears to be in short supply today
July 11, 2014

Political shenanigans and remedies for the deficit

501(c)4 organizations - ideologically pure and politically damaging
June 26, 2014

A twin-state approach to fostering leadership

Leadership Upper Valley stands alone among similar programs
June 13, 2014

Remembering two significant contributors to N.H.

John and Elizabeth Beckett touched many lives in the Granite State
May 29, 2014

Pignatelli, Bragdon add to list of State House exits

And the legacy and service of Child Health Services
May 16, 2014

Changes abound in the spring

Norelli, Odell retirements to leave big holes in Legislature
May 2, 2014

Spring brings clarity to New Hampshire’s 2014 political races

A look at the state races, big and small
April 18, 2014

Governor Ridge’s Republican Party is not the Republican Party of today

The former Pennsylvania governor harkened back to an earlier time, when ‘conservative’ meant something very different
March 7, 2014

Examining the race to fill Ray Burton’s seat

Special Executive Council election will have ramifications for the entire state
February 21, 2014

It’s time to pay to fix our roads and bridges

Deteriorating infrastructure in New Hampshire needs to be addressed
February 7, 2014

2014 Legislature: déjà vu all over again

Once again, there are repeating themes, repeat bills and a relative dearth of new subjects
January 24, 2014
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