Merit Guided Governance: NH’s 1992 Senate Was One to Remember And Emulate

Just after the election then State Senator Jeanne Shaheen and I, two
Democrats, along with Concord’s beloved Senator Susan McLane and Ralph
Hough of Lebanon, two Republicans, met quietly in Madbury to craft a
bold plan: To create a Senate where party took a second seat to merit
and where Democrats and Republicans worked together for the good of
the state.

Marathon To Raise $20,412 In 3 Days To Be Matched For InDepthNH.org

Dear Supporter, Thanks to all who have given already. Help save real news in NH. We have three days to raise $20,412 that will be matched. Can we do it, NH? I say let’s give it our best shot. InDepthNH.org belongs to you. Even $5 helps. Watch for more marathon updates on InDepthNH.org’s Facebook page, too. Share with your friends. This is the future of NH news. — Nancy West

2017 Won’t Soon Be Forgotten in Concord Or D.C.

As 2017 draws mercifully to a close, it was a year to remember. From the Presidential inauguration of businessman Donald Trump to the three baby bears that terrorized a Hanover neighborhood, 2017 had something for everyone and many things to rile people’s darker emotions.

The Best Nonprofit Journalism of 2017, Including InDepthNH.org

The Institute for Nonprofit News invites you on a tour of the high-impact stories of 2017 from  journalists across  the INN network — 151 news organizations, including InDepthNH.org, dedicated to providing trusted, high-quality journalism to thousands of diverse communities.

A holiday postcard from Montana

In the spirit of the season, the December 25 edition of this column Power to the People foregoes the usual tales of ratepayer exploitation.  Instead, we visit Montana.