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Aid cuts to schools could be costly

If the N.H. House Finance Committee’s proposed two-year budget is passed, the ConVal and Jaffrey-Rindge School Districts could each lose more than $1 million in aid. School officials say the consequences would be devastating. “I’m just very discouraged with the Legislature right now,” Butch Estey of Peterborough, chair … 0

Mason: Kinder Morgan proposes natural gas for Mason

MASON — Many residents were outraged with Kinder Morgan representatives at an informational presentation Tuesday, after company officials said bringing the proposed pipeline and lateral line through town would directly benefit the community. According to Kinder Morgan Director … 0

New Ipswich: Town nears Building No. 2 lease deal

NEW IPSWICH — The town is close to reaching an agreement with Warwick Mills that would put the problematic Building No. 2 back into use as a storage facility for the local company. The building, which has served as the town’s police station and the district’s SAU office … 0

Rindge: Wheeler is geography bee finalist

RINDGE — Jacob Wheeler, an eighth-grader at Christian Heritage School, has been named one of the finalists for the 2015 New Hampshire National Geographic State Bee. Wheeler was his school’s champion and was selected as one of the … 0

Jaffrey-Rindge School District: Music room upgrades OK’d

JAFFREY — With a contractor already in house fixing more than $28,000 in water damage to the Conant High School music room, the Jaffrey-Rindge School Board approved an additional $75,000 in renovations for the space. The money for … 0

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