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A wealth of residents showed up at a Kinder Morgan public hearing to air their grievances about the proposed pipeline.

Mason: Kinder Morgan proposes natural gas for Mason

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

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 of Business Development Curtis Cole, bringing the pipeline through the town allows for future residential access to natural gas in Mason. “The … 0

Achievement:

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Emily Messer of Mason, a junior, was named to the honors list for the winter trimester at Lawrence Academy, Groton, Massachusetts. … 0

Mason: Calendar raffle held to support school club

Thursday, March 12, 2015

The Mason Elementary School club is holding a fundraiser to help support field trips, after-school programs, and allow for activities like School Spirit Week and Staff Appreciation Week. This year the club is holding a calendar raffle. Each $5 ticket gives the holder 30 chances to win a cash prize. Tickets will be sold during the month of March. Starting April 1, a … 0

MASON: Building inspector wanted

Monday, March 16, 2015

MASON — The town is looking for a new Building Inspector, according to a message posted Thursday on the town’s website. Select Board Member Bernie O’Grady said the current Building Inspector, Eric Anderson, is finding it too demanding to balance his business and his duties to the town. … 0

Mason: Move to end health benefits fails

Monday, March 16, 2015

Although Mason’s Town Meeting on Saturday at Mason Elementary School lasted close to seven hours, voters approved almost all of the warrant’s 17 articles without much controversy, said Selectmen Charles Moser on Monday. Only three petition articles failed … 0

Mason/Temple: Voters oppose change in voting

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Status quo reigns in Temple, Mason and the Mason School District, as articles that pitted SB2 verses Town or District Meeting all fell short of the passing mark. In Temple and Mason, the towns decided to keep their Town Meetings, while the Mason School District will continue to … 0

Mason: All-day kindergarten nixed

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Jim McCormick, principal of Mason Elementary School, wasn’t disappointed the public voted down lengthening kindergarten from its current 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. schedule to all-day. McCormick, also the superintendent, said he was just testing the waters for the warrant article that failed 153 No to 94 Yes … 0

Mason School District: Top Three Issues

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Mason School District Proposed operating budget: $2,950,683 Default budget: $3,025,997 ∎  Article 3 asks voters to approve the proposed operating budget of $2,950,683, which the School Board recommends. If the public votes down this budget, the default budget, which is $75,314 more than the proposed budget, will go … 0

Mason: Scouting for badges at Boy Scout College

Monday, February 23, 2015

MASON — It may have been a bleary-eyed Saturday morning for some, but for over 100 Boy Scouts from around the Monadnock region, the 13th annual Mt. Monadnock Boy Scout Merit Badge College held Saturday in Mason was … 0

Achievement: Locals make St. Anselm’s Dean’s List

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

The following students were named to the dean’s list for the fall semester at Saint Anselm College, Manchester: Aimee LaLancette of Mason and Victoria Roach of Rindge. LaLancette, class of 2015, is a nursing major. Roach, class of 2017, is a psychology major. … 0

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Monday, February 23, 2015

The following students were named to the dean’s list for the fall semester at the Rochester Institute of Technology: Local residents made the Dean’s List for fall 2014-2015 semester at Rochester, New York, Institute of Technology: Rachel Doucet of Mason, second-year student in the advertising and public relations … 0

Committee to study pipeline

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

The Nashua Regional Planning Commission is putting together a subcommittee dedicated to the study of Kinder Morgan’s proposed natural gas pipeline that would cut through Southern New Hampshire. State Rep. Kermit Williams (D-Wilton), who represents Greenville, said in an interview Wednesday that he will be a member of … 0

Mason: Town may look for new police chief

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

MASON — The town of Mason will likely be looking for a new chief of police this spring, announced Select Board members during a budget hearing Tuesday night, while discussing the Police Department budget. Though board members did … 0