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Police: Body found at Casella believed to be that of White River Junction woman
01-18-2023 3:38 PM

Valley News

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Authorities believe the woman whose body workers found at a Casella Waste Systems recycling processing center on Tuesday was from White River Junction, according to Hartford’s acting police chief.Workers found the woman’s body...


Manchester city workers, police on site at downtown encampment to enforce vacate order
01-18-2023 2:51 PM

By CAROL ROBIDOUX

Manchester’s Department of Public works delivered totes to a downtown homeless encampment as police began the process of moving people from tens set up on city sidewalks.The city on Tuesday learned that it had prevailed in a court challenge to its...


New England College to expand nursing program with grant and third partner hospital
01-18-2023 1:11 PM

By Monitor staff

New England College will use a $2 million grant to triple the size of its nursing program, and it is adding a third partner hospital to the program.The Henniker college announced Tuesday that Elliott Hospital will become a partner in its three-year...


Gilford teen who died in Gunstock ski accident Monday remembered as fearless, determined
01-18-2023 11:48 AM

By JON DECKER

Sydnie Quimby, a 15-year-old student at Gilford High School, died on Monday following a head injury sustained in a skiing accident at Gunstock Mountain Resort.According to a statement from Gunstock’s president and general manager, Tom Day, witnesses...


Opinion: What does caring for a community look like?
01-18-2023 6:00 AM

By JESSICA LIVINGSTON

Jessica Livingston lives in Concord. When archaeologists and anthropologists discovered a human skeleton with a broken femur that had healed over, it was determined that that is when human civilization began. The fact that it had healed over meant...


New Hampshire maple syrup production highest since 2016
01-17-2023 6:19 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

New Hampshire sugarhouses bounced back in 2022 after a dismal prior year, producing more maple syrup than any season in the past seven years.The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that New Hampshire produced 167,000 gallons of maple syrup last...


Loudon Village County Store building for sale by foreclosure auction
01-17-2023 3:17 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

The building that holds the Loudon Village County Store will be going on the auction block in two weeks along with three sand and gravel pits, including one next to the I-93 welcome center in Hooksett.Four properties owned by Plourde Sand & Gravel...


Opinion: Restore asylum and build a better world
01-17-2023 12:20 PM

By MAGGIE FOGARTY and GRACE KINDEKE

Maggie Fogarty is the NH Program Director for the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC). Grace Kindeke is the Program Coordinator for AFSC’s NH Program and winner of this year’s Martin Luther King award. In the weeks before the holidays, as many...


New Hampshire high school athletes can profit from Name, Image, Likeness
01-17-2023 10:51 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

The NIL wave sweeping college sports has hit New Hampshire high schools.Short for name, image and likeness, NIL has become shorthand for the ability of amateur athletes to receive endorsements and other forms of compensation as a result of their...


Opinion: Debunking a negative picture of hospice care
01-17-2023 6:00 AM

By BETH J. SLEPIAN

Beth J. Slepian, MBA PT, is president & CEO of Granite VNA. ProPublica and The New Yorker recently published a lengthy feature story that paints a negative picture of hospice in the United States. The article, “How Hospice Became a For-Profit Hustle”...


Opinion: The life of Leonard Peltier
01-16-2023 6:00 AM

By JONATHAN P. BAIRD

Jonathan P. Baird lives in Wilmot. Leonard Peltier remains in federal prison in Florida, now in his 47th year of confinement. So far, all efforts for clemency have failed. Very disappointingly, President Biden has not yet granted clemency.I previously...


Volunteers take over daily duties for Al Cilley, Concord’s cat man
01-15-2023 6:39 PM

By RAY DUCKLER

Al Cilley Sr. looked tired this week behind the old Department of Transportation building off Storrs Street.He made a special appearance Wednesday at the DOT site, his first visit in about three months, shuffling slowly, hunched over a bit, wearing...


Parents’ push for public dialogue about race begins at John Stark
01-15-2023 4:20 PM

By MELANIE MATTS

Eric and Sharon Houle finally felt heard.They came to the school board Friday night to discuss discrimination in schools after their Black son was the victim of a racial death threat at John Stark Regional High School last April.“We are here to ask,...


Hometown Heroes: Nina Gardner combines skill, resolve and passion
01-15-2023 4:16 PM

By RAY DUCKLER

Nina Gardner’s fingerprints are all over Sanbornton.Few residents in town have spread themselves this thin. Gardner contributed to Sanbornton’s school system, its historical society and its overall look. She’s 76, and her arms still extend in various...


For immigrant constituents, Hassan’s support for Title 42 further cements frustration 
01-15-2023 4:14 PM

By MICHAELA TOWFIGHI

Grace Kindeke wishes she wouldn’t have to watch Sen. Maggie Hassan talk about immigration policy from a video, with the Senator standing in front of a steel paneled wall in Nogales, Arizona, over 2,000 miles away. She’d like to have these...


Opinion: A true tough guy
01-15-2023 8:00 AM

By JOHN GFROERER

John Gfroerer lives in Concord. In a few words, former New Hampshire Governor Sherman Adams would best be described as a crusty, tough New England Yankee. He started his work life in the forests of Vermont and New Hampshire employed by the...


Opinion: Our violent national pastimes
01-15-2023 7:00 AM

By MILLIE LAFONTAINE

Millie LaFontaine lives in Concord. Like so many people, I’ve been following with bated breath the story of the young football player who suffered a cardiac arrest on the field after a seemingly routine tackle in a high-stakes game.The public has been...


Opinion: Remain vigilant in defense of democracies
01-15-2023 6:00 AM

By ROBERT AZZI

Robert Azzi is a photographer and writer who lives in Exeter. His columns are archived at theotherazzi.wordpress.com. “It is easier for a man to burn down his own house than to get rid of his prejudices,” English philosopher and Franciscan friar Roger...


Four years later, Howie Leung faces no charges in NH
01-14-2023 3:09 PM

By EILEEN O’GRADY

On a chilly December morning four years ago, three Concord High School students approached a school administrative assistant and asked her if they could talk about something private.“We didn’t want anyone to know we were the ones who told,” the...


Opinion: The next generation
01-14-2023 6:00 AM

By PARKER POTTER

Parker Potter is a former archaeologist and historian, and a retired lawyer. He is currently a semi-professional dogwalker who lives and works in Contoocook. In my last My Turn, I mentioned a couple of youngsters who share my interest in gravel, The...

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