Wilmot, NH

We the people of this country and the world looked on with horror and sadness at the assault on the seat of our democracy on Jan. 6. How can this...

On Dec. 22, Wilmot Historical Society president Liz Kirby presented the town’s original Boston Post Cane to 90-year-old Walter Willis Walker during...

My Turn: A shift in the season

12/20/20

Three-and-a-half feet. And it’s still coming down. And the radio keeps saying 12 to 16 inches. Ha! My office mate and one of my patients are...

One quality of residing in a small New Hampshire town is arguably the same quality that can be found in any town or city across our country...

On Nov. 3 we will vote for Tom Schamberg as our state representative for Merrimack County District 4, which includes Wilmot and Sutton.Here’s why...

I thoroughly enjoyed the April 5 issue of the Sunday Monitor.The short article about Wilbur the Pig, eschewing grain intended for goats and holding...

Two questions about the presidential primary: Why is it that, to my knowledge, no candidate has been asked or commented about his or her standing...

Who and what are you voting for? Actually, you are voting for a new form of government. Bernie Sanders for socialism, and Joe Biden for democracy...

Qualifications for the Liars Club Elite: Republican member of the U.S. Senate; be willing to swear on the Bible to tell the truth and nothing but...

Several times in the last month, I’ve bumped into people who have opinions about something they know nothing about. And because they know nothing...

My Turn: A world balancing on the edge

1/6/20

We balance on the knife’s edge.We balance on the knife’s edge, and the view up here is astounding.Winter struts and wobbles as he edges towards us;...

I was amazed at the credentials of ranking member Doug Collins at the House impeachment hearings. He’s a graduate of divinity college and a...

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