Sanbornton, NH

The Sanbornton Select Board proposed an operating budget of $4,198,516 for the upcoming fiscal year at last week’s town meeting. Following a short...

SanborntonVoters to decide on town hall renovationsHot topic: Town residents will decide whether this year is the year they will build a new town...

After the defeat of SB 2 in 2011, one SB 2 supporter proclaimed in a local paper that town meetings are “truly unconstitutional.” To the contrary...

The Tuesday, March 12, Sanbornton town ballot has a proposal to adopt RSA 40:13 (a.k.a. SB 2), allowing all registered voters a ballot vote for all...

Sanbornton has an abysmal record when it comes to voting and town meeting attendance.In 2018, 17.4 percent of registered voters turned out on...

A recent letter from a woman whose school district meeting potentially will switch to the SB 2 format (deliberative session with no vote but with...

Reading John F. Donovan’s Feb. 22 letter in the Monitor, I see the proclamations of Donald Trump totally register with Donovan. What leaps out at...

My town of Sanbornton and other New Hampshire towns will have a “ramp down the potential for nuclear war” question for voters at town meeting in...

Days have passed since I read your “Buckley blasts Gov. Inslee before N.H. visit” story (Monitor Local & State, Jan. 5). Gov. Jay Inslee of...

Will they or won’t they keep Secretary of State Bill Gardner in his corner office in the N.H. State House? I say they should. He’s a nonpartisan...

To the voters of Sanbornton and Tilton: I’d like to thank everyone who came out and voted in the general election. I’d especially like to thank my...

Regarding President Donald Trump’s mental state: What do we think when he calls Matthew Whitaker, acting U.S. attorney general, someone he knows...

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