Opinion: Being and becoming: A good doctor in the age of artificial intelligence

04-18-2024 6:00 AM


Narain Batra, under the auspices of the Osher Institute at Dartmouth, will deliver a public lecture, “Superintelligence: Why We Need It” on May 24. He lives in Hartford, Vermont. A few years ago, I was on a return flight from New Delhi to Paris and...

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Opinion: A lesson in shapeshifting & the 306 revisions

04-18-2024 4:25 PM


Janet Ward lives in Hopkinton. On April 11, at the State Board of Education’s second public hearing on Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut’s revisions of the 306 Rules which govern public schools, Board Chair Drew Cline gave all those present an...

Letter: ‘This is about politics’

04-18-2024 4:00 PM

Is it difficult to fathom the cowardly words and actions of our current New Hampshire governor. He has once more shown us, and the rest of the world, the true nature of his character. On ABC’s This Week, which aired on 4/14, George Stephanopoulos...

Letter: Police station in Concord

04-18-2024 4:00 PM

The ten years I spent on the City Council were very educational and challenging. Most things surrounding the Green Street Puzzle Palace that were true then and are true now in that there is not the slightest modicum of common sense when it comes to...

Letter: Was that you, governor?

04-18-2024 4:00 PM

Suspicions that the man who appeared to be Governor Sununu in an interview with George Stephanopolous recently was actually Lindsay Graham in a rubber mask are ridiculous, of course. The truth is much more pedestrian: Sununu needs a job, so he’s...

Letter: Finding balance

04-18-2024 4:00 PM

Chloe Rattee recently wrote a story on Averill’s Martial Arts Academy. In this story is mention of how “Paul Averill was inspired to study Martial Arts after watching the 1970’s TV show Kung Fu with actor David Carradine.” A similar experience...

Letter: Why is Trump so friendly to Putin?

04-18-2024 4:00 PM

Donald Trump was negotiating to build a skyscraper in Moscow during the 2016 presidential campaign. Vladimir Putin guarded that secret while his agents penetrated Hillary Clinton’s computer, leaked her files and triggered a criminal investigation of...

Letter: The hypocrite oath

04-18-2024 4:00 PM

Watching Gov. Sununu on ABC with George Stephanopoulos was akin to watching a dog trying to catch its’ tail, or placing your head on the end of a ball bat, round and round you go and everybody getting dizzy from the silliness of the whole thing....

Letter: Conway Branch Railroad Line deserves an honest look

04-17-2024 3:08 PM

New England’s railroads have been changing in the last few years. CSX has taken over Pan Am Railways, the St. Lawrence and Atlantic is wrapping up an infrastructure upgrade, the Conway Scenic Railroad will begin bussing cruise passengers to the White...

Letter: America votes

04-17-2024 3:08 PM

It appears that the two presidential candidates in the upcoming election will be Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Donald Trump is a fascist and Joe Biden has proven himself to be a pathological war criminal. My evidence for saying this about Joe is the...

Opinion: Response to ‘FAFSA fiasco’

04-17-2024 3:08 PM

As a former substitute teacher at Hopkinton High, I fully sympathize with the misery Tyler Czarkowski and his family are going through as they apply for financial aid. I observed it there and at other schools at which I worked. It was never much fun,...

Letter: Sununu has failed us

04-17-2024 3:08 PM

Chris Sununu’s appearance on ABC’s “This Week” left me, for lack of a better word, stunned. Not because of his support for Donald Trump’s candidacy. I have always known Sununu, despite his support of Nikki Haley and his tepid criticism of Trump was in...

Opinion: Bankers have the NH Public Deposit Investment Pool in their sights

04-17-2024 6:00 AM


Todd Selig is the longtime town manager in Durham. Senate Bill 553 would require public funds from localities be invested in NH banks, where the NH Bankers Association, the lobbying arm for the banks, argues that according to a study it commissioned,...

Opinion: It’s time to give families increased education freedom

04-16-2024 4:52 PM


Andrew Ya⁠t⁠es is government affairs director for yes. every kid. States around the country have responded to families’ demand for increased educational options. It’s time for New Hampshire to follow suit and expand Education Freedom Accounts so that...

Letter: Gender is not a litmus test

04-16-2024 2:56 PM

Let’s celebrate women in positions of political leadership and encourage others to join them, not challenge others’ candidacy due to a desire to improve gender balance in Congress. I read the recent opinion piece raising concerns with the leading...

Letter: Third party is a choice for independent voters

04-16-2024 2:56 PM

Regarding the My Turn by Wayne Fuller on third party candidates. It was obvious that Mr. Fuller is biased towards a Biden victory. What his My Turn doesn’t explore is the mindset of people who are independent and not blindly loyal to either party....

Letter: Lost tradition?

04-16-2024 2:56 PM

In 1979, our family moved to New Hampshire. My wife and I were introduced to, and impressed by, the fundamental democracy of New England town meetings. Issues are discussed, votes are taken and everyone goes home to accept and live by the decisions...

Letter: Substandard standards

04-16-2024 2:56 PM

Last November, the Rockingham Superior Court ruled that New Hampshire is failing its constitutional duty to equitably fund an adequate education. The state has two options in response: fund quality public education or just lower the bar. Proposed...

Opinion: Proposed height zoning change for Concord’s Main Street

04-16-2024 6:00 AM


Steve Duprey is the owner of the Duprey Companies The proposed zoning change to allow a 90-foot height building on Main Street, in appropriate cases, where the current zoning limits the height to 80 feet, makes sense and should be adopted. First, a...

Opinion: Members of NH Jewish community write letter to NH congressional delegation

04-15-2024 4:36 PM


Bob Sanders lives in Concord. On a rainy April 10, I with the help of one other delivered a message on behalf of 67 New Hampshire Jews to the office of Rep. Annie Kuster in Concord, calling for a ceasefire in Gaza, humanitarian aid, and cutting off...

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