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Letter: Rethinking food

Sunday, September 28, 2014

We need to be more open to ideas such as the small poultry processing plant proposed for Concord. Many people want to buy local, organic or sustainable food. They can feel good about buying free-range eggs or pasture-raised meats. Unfortunately, they don’t want to keep an open mind when something comes close to their backyard. I am not saying don’t ask questions such as “What will you do with the …

Letter: Sunapee critics fighting battle they lost in 1948

Thursday, September 11, 2014

When Tim and Diane Mueller first proposed their lease of the Mount Sunapee Ski Area, I was on the board of directors of the local chamber. As president during their startup years, I was encouraged by their vision. Over those years I saw them transform a lethargic and underfunded state ski area into a premier ski destination. As a result, they have strengthened …

Letter: The trouble with ads

Monday, September 8, 2014

I dislike TV and internet political ads. First, these spots never tell the whole truth. They lie mostly by omission. A person can’t reduce complicated issues to 30-second “informative” blurbs without omitting a great many details. Some ads lie outright, omitting the omission. Secondly, the real messages in these things aren’t facts of any sort. They are impressions left by the tenor of …

Bright attitudes at cross-country championship

Saturday, October 20, 2012

PENACOOK - Wet weather made for a muddy course and less than ideal conditions for the 36th annual Capital Area Cross Country Championships, but it didn't discourage Concord High. The Crimson Tide embraced it. Going into the meet with a positive attitude and enthusiasm, the Concord cross country …