‘It could be the primary route’

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Groups of residents in Mason and Rindge are beginning to band together in opposition to a proposed natural gas pipeline that could be routed through their communities, as well as New Ipswich and Greenville. The Rindge Select Board has come out firmly in opposition to the project, while other boards are reserving judgment until expected meetings with the developer of the pipeline can take place. Meanwhile, the developer of the … 0

RINDGE: Teacher charged with DWI in crash

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

A Rindge Memorial School teacher who was involved in a car accident three weeks ago has been charged with drunk driving. Kim Wheeler, 43, of Rindge was charged with aggravated DWI on Wednesday. The charge followed a single motor vehicle accident on Oct. 16 in which Wheeler, while driving a 2012 Honda Civic, veered off the road and crashed head-on into a tree, … 0

Reimers Reason: Just passing through: the story of fracked gas, the Northern Pass, and tar sands in New Hampshire

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

With no east-west interstate and a wild northern section, New Hampshire has long been more of a destination than a pass-through state for human travelers. However, fossil fuels are passing through all the time. Several existing pipelines already carry natural gas and oil through New Hampshire, and many companies want to increase and … 0

Editorial: Stark contrast of success and sorrow

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

There’s a fine line between success and sorrow. Many among us have only known one side of that line, relegated to winning or losing for their entire lives, with nary a dip or ascent to the other side. It’s a stark contrast. One might get the impression from … 0

Viewpoint: The many restrictions on execution in ancient law

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Ancient Israel had a“Common Core,” the Torah or Five Books of Moses, often inaccurately called the Old Testament. Torah was the basis of both law and education with its emphasis on values and proper behavior. Moses emphasized the importance of educating children as early as circa 1,100 BCE. … 0

Letter: Join conversation on mental health

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

To the editor: Everyone agrees that mental health services do not meet the critical needs of individuals and families coping with depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, OCD, PTSD and other mood and emotional disorders. National Alliance on Mental Illness — NH Chapter is holding a conversation to hear from … 0

Rindge: Olson sentencing delayed again

Monday, November 10, 2014

Sentencing in the case of a Rindge man who admitted in court to defrauding investors has once again been delayed. Aaron E. Olson of Rindge pled guilty to charges of tax evasion, admitting in his plea agreement that he stole $27.8 million from his investors through his investment … 0

Jaffrey/Rindge, Conval: Changes to New Hampshire’s standardized testing

Monday, November 10, 2014

This spring, elementary schoolers and eleventh-graders won’t just be bubbling in multiple-choice answers with a graphite pencil, as was typical of the NECAP and previous standardized tests. With New Hampshire incorporating a new test this year, students will … 0

Peterborough/Keene: Workshops on hiring, HR

Monday, October 20, 2014

Paula Mathews, president of HR Compliance 101, LLC will offer several workshops this quarter. Sponsored by the Greater Peterborough Chamber of Commerce or the Hannah Grimes Center, these workshops have been developed for the employer with one to 100 employees. They will be held at Hannah Grimes Center, … 0

Wedding announcement: Robert Tremblay — Caroline Rogers

Monday, November 10, 2014

Caroline Rogers of Fitzwilliam, daughter of Brooks and Marian Rogers, and Robert Tremblay of Fitzwilliam, son of Daniel and Linda Tremblay, were married Oct. 4, 2014, at the Rogers homestead in Rindge, in a double-ring ceremony officiated by … 0

Franklin Pierce University: Ravens men eliminated from playoffs

Thursday, November 6, 2014

SCSU sophomore midfielder Markus Jacobsen scored three times on Tuesday afternoon, as the seventh-seeded Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer team suffered a 5-0 defeat at the hands of second-seeded Southern Connecticut State in the quarterfinal round of the Northeast-10 Conference Championship at Jess Dow Field. Freshman goalkeeper Noah … 0

Franklin Pierce University: Ravens’ women win in double OT

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Junior midfielder Kaycee Pereira put away the game-winning goal in the 104th minute on Tuesday afternoon to lift the fifth-seeded Franklin Pierce University women’s soccer team to a 2-1, double-overtime win over fourth-seeded Southern Connecticut State in the quarterfinal round of the Northeast-10 Championship at Jess Dow Field. … 0

Jaffrey-Rindge: Red ribbon week raises awareness

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Jaffrey Rindge Middle School faculty and staff worked together to offer meaningful and memorable opportunities during its annual Red Ribbon Week. Originally created to commemorate those DEA officers that have lost lives in the war on drugs, the … 0