Mason

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

Viewpoint: David and Goliath: citizens versus Kinder Morgan

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

A giant is poised to march through the towns along the southern border of New Hampshire, and its footprint would be deep and lasting. For some time now, Kinder Morgan and the Tennessee Pipeline Co. have been plotting ways to move natural gas from the fracking fields in … 0

Viewpoint: ‘Demand doesn’t equal need’

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

We built our home in 1985 and over the years have acquired additional land. We try to be good stewards of the land, planting an orchard, keeping bees, and maintaining the remains of the Thomas & Towne Mill. … 0

Viewpoint: The best energy supply proposal for NH

Monday, January 12, 2015

Last week, New Hampshire experienced the season’s first bitter cold spell, with below zero temperatures across the state. Residents and businesses, already reeling from the impact of increased energy prices to heat and light their homes and power their companies, are facing the most costly heating season ever. … 0

Mason: Residents: Keep natural gas project out of NH

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

More than 250 people turned out to the Mason Select Board meeting on Tuesday night to give their opinion of a proposed natural gas pipeline that would run through Mason, as well as several other Monadnock towns. Overwhelmingly, … 0

Mason police log: Jan. 8, 2015

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Mason Friday, Dec. 27 Civil issue: At 3:01 p.m. police performed a civil standby for child custody issues at a Hurricane Hill Road residence. Saturday, Dec. 28 Arrest: At 10:56 a.m., following a motor vehicle stop on Fitchburg Road, police arrested Tina Belk and charged her with operating … 0

Editorial: Investing in the state is the answer

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

As the governor and legislators prepare the next two-year state budget, various interest groups have raised concern about just how they will achieve a balanced budget. That’s because in the past, there’s been a pattern of taking from special funds designated for particular programs, like historic preservation, police … 0

Mason police logs: Dec. 26, 2014

Friday, December 26, 2014

MASON Friday, Dec. 13: Suspicious vehicle: At 3:19 p.m., police received reports of a white Chevrolet van in the Withee Brook Road area, with generic block lettering on the side spelling “FEDEX” that did not appear to have a legitimate purpose. Police responded, but were unable to locate … 0

Editorial: Lessons, blessings of the year 2014

Friday, December 26, 2014

As the year 2014 winds down, we begin to reflect on the happenings that made up our collective lives in the last 12 months. There were many reasons to celebrate this past year, as well as mourn and say goodbye to those we lost; there were some tragedies … 0

Fitzwilliam: Residents turn out against gas plan

Monday, December 22, 2014

On Saturday morning, dozens of residents from affected towns stood on the Fitzwilliam Town Common, holding signs declaring “No pipeline” or “Protect New Hampshire, stop the pipeline,” and waving to cars that honked their support. Those there were … 1

Letter: There’s more to this pipeline

Thursday, December 18, 2014

To the editor: As a Rindge resident whose property directly abuts the preferred route for the 36-inch, high pressure gas pipeline, I find a glaring discrepancy in the Ledger-Transcript’s article reporting on the Mason pipeline meeting. My husband and I attended that meeting, as well as the one … 1