Republican Gov. Chris Sununu was scheduled to head north with family Monday and Tuesday drawing criticism from Dolly McPhaul who said he has yet to fulfill his promise to come to Coos County and talk with people about Northern Pass.
Power to the People: Experiencing the Kancamagus Highway via motorcycle is exhilarating. But what would provide year-round excitement is longterm savings on my energy bill through the achievement of a dream officially sanctioned by the Public Utilities Commission last year – that of all cost-effective energy efficiency.
Terry Rombot, from Indonesia, has been living in New Hampshire for more than 15 years, having fled persecution in his native country. He was detained by ICE during a routine check-in appointment on August 1 and is being held at the Plymouth County Corrections. He faces imminent threat of deportation in the coming days.
I support the decision to maintain an American presence, but I urge the President not to discount the continued contributions of U.S. diplomats and development professionals as well as local Afghan and Coalition partners.
ByJulia Angwin, Jeff Larson, Madeleine Varner and Lauren Kirchner |
Because of its “extreme hostility toward Muslims,” the website Jihadwatch.org is considered an active hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League. The views of the site’s director, Robert Spencer, on Islam led the British Home Office to ban him from entering the country in 2013.
It is absolutely pathetic that the Union Leader editorial staff cares so little about the state beyond the Manchester environs that they have written such a simplistic misinformed editorial such as “Northern Pass: It’s all about aesthetics.”
New Hampshire residents saw this effect during the 24 years that people traveled from near and far to attend Keene, New Hampshire’s annual Pumpkin Festival. Many of the thousands of attendees were people who had never heard of Keene previously.
JOYFUL MUSINGS: As I type, I glance to several bags I have propped by the door – one holds a myriad of goods – including Portsmouth’s Music Hall’s magazine, a phone charger, a map of New York City, a package of Bumble Bee Tuna, a whistle, two lipsticks and a microphone.