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Letter: Obamacare Is Gaining

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

To the Editor: Ron Willoughby (“Shaheen and Global Ban on Guns,” Forum, April 14) expects New Hampshire readers to be shocked because Sen. Jeanne Shaheen supported a U.N. resolution urging nations to restrict the importation and exportation of lethal weapons. Then, horror of horrors, Willoughby tells us that Sen. Shaheen voted for “Obamacare.” Willoughby should know that, now that the Affordable Care Act is operable and more than 8 million …

Local Roundup: Cards Shuffle Windsor

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Claremont — It may still be early in the season, but the Stevens High baseball team is bringing the thunder thus far. Getting comfortable quickly in their home surroundings, the Cardinals exploded for a 16-6 victory in five innings over visiting Windsor on Monday afternoon at Barnes Park. Ryan Tanguay sparked things early …

Letter: Time to Compete for Norwich Grants

Monday, April 21, 2014

To the Editor: The Norwich Women’s Club has just completed its successful spring community projects fundraiser. The money raised from the Spring Gala, together with donations from our members and the community at large, are returned to the Norwich community through grants. This year, Norwich organizations seeking funds from the Norwich Women’s Club are asked to download an application on our website at …

Norwich to Discuss New Buildings

Monday, April 14, 2014

Norwich — The Selectboard will hear public comment on five possible designs for new or upgraded joint police and fire stations on Wednesday. The board will also consider three possible designs for reconfiguring the town’s public works facility on New Boston Road. The main purpose of the building …

Letter: Independent Investigation at the Co-op?

Saturday, April 12, 2014

To the Editor: I was at the Co-op’s annual meeting, and I am one of the members whose curiosity is aroused by the allegations of employee complaints. The management acknowledges it needs to make changes, as it has hired a staff member whose title is “professional development.” Management …

‘I Thought I Wasn’t Done Yet’: Mascoma Gives Ball to Lawrence

Friday, April 11, 2014

West Canaan — As enjoyable as it may have been, watching high school football from above the sidelines wasn’t what Les Lawrence wanted. He needed to be on the sidelines. And, once more, he is. A football coaching …

Hanover Boys Tennis Back to Business

Friday, April 11, 2014

Staff Reports Manchester — The freshman phenom who held down the No. 1 singles position last spring is headed to a tennis academy. Another anticipated returnee opted for prep school. And of the six players to make up the singles ladder to open the season, only one saw …

Letter: An End to Sexual Assault

Thursday, April 10, 2014

To the Editor: Thank you for your Sunday editorial observations on the recent rape trial and Dartmouth’s student life (“After the Verdict,” April 6). I sympathize with your wish to point out the “uncomfortable truth” that “the world is full of dangers.” During my interviews and preparations for …

Letter: Roberts Court Ignores Common Sense

Thursday, April 10, 2014

To the Editor: The recent decision of the Supreme Court in McCutcheon (joined by the Republican National Committee) v. the Federal Election Commission sheds light on the path our nation is going down. The April 8 commentary by E.J. Dionne illuminates the reasoning of the court majority, which …

It’s a Co-op Effort: Help Is Always There In RMS P.E. Classes

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Hanover — Physical education classes at Richmond Middle School are constantly uncovering new and creative ways for students to work in unison. This academic quarter, students in grades 6 through 8 this academic quarter have been immersed in …

Letter: A Solution for the Co-op

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

To the Editor: As someone who concluded a decade of service on the board of the Hanover Consumer Cooperative Society a year ago, I read your account of this year’s annual meeting (“Co-op Meeting Takes Acrimonious Turn,” April 6) with great interest. You described efforts by Hanover attorney …

Letter: A Solution for the Co-op

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Transformation for the Co-op? To the Editor: As someone who concluded a decade of service on the board of the Hanover Consumer Cooperative Society a year ago, I read your account of this year’s annual meeting (“Co-op Meeting Takes Acrimonious Turn,” April 6) with great interest. You described …

Letter: Propaganda for Good

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

To the Editor: Uncle Sam (I want YOU for the U.S. Army) and Rosie the Riveter (We can do it!) both evoke positive images for those of us who are old enough to remember the “golden age” of propaganda. In her letter (“The Power of Propaganda,” March 27), …