Joe McQuaid - Publisher's Notes
YOU MAY have noticed yesterday that we have made some changes to our daily opinion pages. Each Monday and Thursday will feature a page of opinions other than those of the Union Leader.
OK, READER, tell me what you think.
LET THE RECORD show that I am much younger than the New Hampshire Sunday News, which was founded by my father, B.J. McQuaid, and Blair Clark. OK, not that much younger.
THE KNOCK on moose is that they are supposedly dumb. It is said that their brain is very small. When they are standing in the middle of the road on a dark night, their little brain signals to them...
I MUST HAVE missed the memo on “Patriot Day,” which is not to be confused with “Patriots Day.” Not that it ever would be confused, of course.
THE HUNTING SEASON for black bear has begun. I heard on the wireless that officials are asking that hunters not shoot bears that have been banded for tracking purposes.
The lady of the little house is a saint. This is well established, but it keeps being reinforced. Last week, she promised to take oldest grandson, Ike, and a friend to a new mini-golf joint.
Summer, such as it has been, flies by. I do not eagerly await its passing, but I am looking forward to an event at the end of August.
A BLACK AMERICAN and an American of Hispanic descent walk into a New Hampshire diner. (Stop me if you've heard this one.)
MUCH OF THE political reaction to the arrest of Jeffrey Woodburn last week would once have been considered astonishing but is now the new normal.
It's been quiet around here with fewer kids. It gave me time to watch the Ted Williams American Masters TV special on PBS.
Our editorial last week regarding President Trump siding with a Russian KGB thug vs. America, and then saying he misspoke, drew varied reactions. Of course, he then reversed course again and said...
Katie Tremblay walked out of Sears carrying a large plastic bag of bargains: a $70 purse she got for $11 and an $80 toy for $30.
The list of unclaimed property, first published Thursday, contained 23,727 names.
A Pembroke Academy French teacher's advocacy helped secure the release of Christian pastor Andrew Brunson from a Turkish prison on Oct. 12.
Dick Patten has changed his party registration from Democrat to Republican.
Autumn foliage is peaking or slipping into "past peak" conditions in many areas of the state, but why limit your weekend to just leaf peeping? Combine the beauty of Autumn in NH with some fall...
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