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ANDREW CLINE
It's open season on RINOS in Concord.
SHAWN JASPER
The Speaker of the New Hampshire House of Representatives says it is time to get things done in Concord.
CHARLES M. ARLINGHAUS
You're reading the wrong books. Actually, maybe you're OK, but your friends or your kids need some help. Have no fear, I break from policy today to offer you some Advent reading advice in the final...
DEBRA AND MARC TICE
When an American is taken hostage, the family deserve more from the government.
DAVID SCANNELL
The federal Office of Civil Rights gets it wrong in Manchester.
PAT BUCHANAN
Gruber spoke for the arrogant left.

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Standing up for Salvation: Ringing the bell in the cold is a tough job

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If you walked by Jill Wade outside the Northside Plaza liquor store earlier this month, you would have your nip of good cheer, the alcohol-free kind.

Lookng Back with Aurore Eaton: The NH Marine Memorial — Getting the project done

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AFTER SLOWING DOWN for a few months, the New Hampshire Marine Memorial Commission sprung back to life in 1954.

Milly's Tavern raises the bar on helping others

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I was sitting inside Milly's Tavern enjoying a complimentary beverage after the Central Shuffle 5K, a fundraiser for the Central Pride Foundation, when it occurred to me that this column has had more...

President's offspring always off limits? My grandfather would beg to differ

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An aide to a Republican congressman had to quit her day job after she made critical comments about the President’s daughters’ dress and comportment at a ceremony where a Thanksgiving...

Oh, a foot of snow, and topics, please

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SCRAPING SLUSH Department: While on this past Tuesday and Wednesday much of the state was getting a little bit of snow and a lot of sleet and rain, in the high country north (and just south) of the...

Forty-four panes of glass make a good window from which to view the world at any age. Nature Talks columnist Cheryl Kimball shares the view from her kitchen window.

What makes us stay when it's easier to go?

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DONALD HALL sat in front of an appreciative audience at the Red River Theatre in Concord recently and read from his new book, “Essays After Eighty.” His comments at the reading, his...

The Manchester City Library is celebrating its 100th anniversary.

Mark Hayward's City Matters: Library namesake rescued from the vault: Elenora Blood Carpenter gets her rightful place

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Last month, in a ceremony to mark the 100th anniversary of the Carpenter Memorial Library, a portrait-sized photograph of Elenora debuted on the library rotunda. The framed print now stands on an...

Drew Cline: More freedom means fewer interactions with the state

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Are Granite Staters living less free every year?

Santa sighting means Christmas

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Nothing signals the beginning of the Christmas season for me like the annual appearance of Creepy Santa. If you live in Manchester, you know who I am talking about.

A voice for New Hampshire is silenced, but Stacey Cole's impact will remain

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IT IS HARD to think of New Hampshire without Stacey Cole. Stacey died a week ago and those who knew him — and there were thousands — have been thinking of what the soft-spoken man from...

A voice for New Hampshire is silenced, but Stacey Cole's impact will remain

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IT IS HARD to think of New Hampshire without Stacey Cole. Stacey died a week ago and those who knew him — and there were thousands — have been thinking of what the soft-spoken man from...

Theirs were voices from a time long gone - and missed

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STACEY COLE of West Swanzey was, as people younger than I would say, such a guy. When asked to comment in the New Hampshire Union Leader about his passing, I described him as "courtly" and always a...

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16 Drew Cline: New Hampshire is not a red state, Republicans

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0 Story of Marine Memorial at Hampton Beach begins with Bill Downs

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0 Whiskey jacks and camp at Unknown Pond

0 Dick Pinney's Guide Lines: The wild life and times of a state conservation officer

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