That’s the subject of an email communication from Senator Jeanne Shaheen to her “dear friends.” It starts out with the sentence: I think you’d agree with me that Congress needs to be promoting economic growth and innovation Well, I might, if it weren’t for the fact that, at least recently, the Congressional track record of [...]
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It’s time to celebrate! Plan New Hampshire Annual Awards Dinner and Program April 3, 2013 5:30 – 9:00 pm at Fratello’s in Manchester Cash bar ~ Networking ~ Buffet Dinner ~ Tables of 8* Recognition ~ Awards ~ Celebration Please join friends, colleagues and others as Plan NH honors outstanding examples of excellence in planning, [...]
The moon on the breast of the new fallen snow gave the lustre of midday to objects below. — Dean Barker (@deanbarker) December 29, 2012 Sure hope you all have been able to enjoy some quiet NH moments over the past few days. 2012 is rapidly coming to a close and 2013 is just around [...]
This was published as an op-ed in the November 23, 2012 edition of the Conway Daily Sun newspaper. On November 8 (the day after the election), the NY Times had an article in their style section titled: “NH’s All-Mother Congressional Delegation (and Governor),” written by KJ Dell’ Antonia. Ms. Dell’Antonia writes about how NH has [...]
Obama wins nationally but: http://magazines.scholastic.com/Election-2012/Vote
This was published as an op-ed in the October 12, 2012 edition of the Conway Daily Sun Newspaper On February 7, 2011, newly minted Speaker of the New Hampshire House, Bill O’Brien had this to say: “We are committed to bringing transparency to state government and making it easier for people to know what their [...]
In 2003, Mass. Governor Mitt Romney extended ropes 250 feet out into Lake Winnepesaukee to keep the peasants from bothering him by using his lake. Here's the link: ”http://www.boston.com/news/local/new_hampshire/articles/2003/09/22/romneys_security_in_nh_bugs_neighbors/” Character counts.
boston.com New Hampshire health officials say 18 batches of mosquitoes taken from Manchester, Nashua and Salem have tested positive for the West Nile virus. This is in addition to the eight batches that the city of Manchester already announced this season. The findings have caused the Department of Health and Human Services to raise the [...]
Irony: discuss. Actually, discuss anything you like. This is an open thread.
On August 3, three people in Salem were killed in a murder suicide. Union Leader Investigators are continuing to piece together the events leading up to Tuesday’s murder-suicide. Jeffrey Kaznecki, 50, shot Barbara Kaznecki, 51, and his 85-year-old mother, Shirley Leary, before turning the gun on himself at the home the three shared at 33 [...]