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Health officials talk consequences of Obamacare repeal &nbsp

NEWPORT — In response to calls from Republican leadership in Washington to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, known widely as “Obamacare,” U.S. Sen. More...

Local

Vermont 4-H members compete in equine contests &nbsp

SPRINGFIELD — Vermont 4-H horse club members had a jam-packed day, Feb. 11, as they competed in the annual Windham and Windsor County 4-H horse hippology and quiz bowl contests. More...

Nurturing Parenting program in Bellows Falls &nbsp

BELLOWS FALLS — The free 10-week Nurturing Parenting Program in Bellows Falls will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 7. More...

St. Aubin achieves special insurance designation &nbsp

CLAREMONT — Clark-Mortenson Insurance & Financial Services is proud to announce that Personal Lines Account Manager Allison St. More...

Special Sections

Senate passes school choice ‘Croydon bill’ &nbsp

Supreme court grants injunction pending legislation’s passage

CONCORD — The New Hampshire Senate voted Thursday to recommend a bill that would allow tuitioning of students to private schools, potentially ending the legal dispute between the state and the Croydon School District over its practice of tuition More...

Kuster: Rail bill to boost business, tourism &nbsp

CLAREMONT — U.S. Rep. Ann Kuster marked the recent passage of a border preclearance bill and the need to attract more skilled workers to the Granite State during a visit to Canam-Bridges in Claremont on Thursday. More...

Sports

FM escapes Laker threat for playoff win &nbsp

LANGDON — The wheels on the bus weren't going round and round for Inter-Lakes Thursday evening. However, the Lakers had their game rolling along nicely for a bit in a 49-37 NHIAA Division III first-round playoff loss to Fall Mountain.  More...

Local wrestlers ready for Vermont championships &nbsp

VERGENNES, Vt. — Four local wrestlers will be looking to improve on last year's showings when the 2017 Vermont Wrestling Championships get underway today.  More...

Hamilton named All-NAC Second Team &nbsp

NEW LONDON — Colby-Sawyer freshman Lexie Hamilton (Sunapee, N.H.) and senior Lexi Iannone (North Haven, Conn.) have been named to the 2016-17 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Women’s Basketball Second Team.  More...

Opinion

The United States is a constitutional republic, not a democracy &nbsp

To the Editor, More...

Phil Scott shows his true colors &nbsp

To the Editor,After years of saying that he wasn’t opposed to the idea of marijuana legalization, Phil Scott’s administration made it clear last week that they will not be supporting a proposed bill this session. More...

Mayoral Notes &nbsp

Council update

During the meeting on Feb. More...

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