Scribner’s concerns regarding the Job & Supplier Fairs sponsored by Northern Pass are a mystery to me.”Mr. Murray, my concerns are no mystery. My concerns have to do with the many individuals who will attend these job fairs in the hopes of securing jobs. These fairs provide individuals false hopes because, once again, the project HAS NOT been approved. To provide people with false hopes is just not fair! Also, the 2,600 jobs that will be created IF this project is approved will only be temporary.
Joining them in educating themselves about community rights are Ashland, Bridgewater and Bristol. The Ashland Community Rights Workshop — Why an RBO? You can find details of these events on the N.H. Community Rights Network (NHCRN) Facebook page. This grassroots Community Rights Movement has inspired an effort to unite state legislators across-the-aisle to recognize community rights within our state constitution’s Bill of Rights. Rep. Migliore is one of the bi-partisan co-sponsors of the resulting N.H. Community Rights Amendment, CACR-19.
To the Daily Sun,It is both sad and amusing that former county commissioner Dick Burchell, who was soundly ousted from his seat by the voters of his district after one term, has decided to wax poetic and engage in one of his usual attempts at sardonic wit. I am flattered that he has attacked my point of view and come to the defense of his fellow Free Staters regarding the mess they have created in Belknap County. He has inspired me to quote the inspirational author Shannon L. Alder, who wrote: “Always remember that you have been called worse things by better people.”Craig WigginMeredith
To The Daily Sun,Chuck McGee wanted more than one example of deep-seated racism but when faced with such examples, Mr. McGoo didn't like them. Nearly my entire letter was largely about the inherent racism in the judicial system; sentencing, not police conduct. Living in his alternative universe, Chuck is unable to face reality. People need to understand what implicit and unconscious racism is and how deadly it can be due to the militarization of police departments. Most departments and officers try their best — but for various reasons, there are those who should not wear the uniform.
Indonesia's national disaster management agency said the quake activated early tsunami warning systems in the south of Java, prompting thousands to evacuate from some coastal areas, but no tsunami was detected. Tremors were felt in central and west Java. Some residents of high rise apartment buildings in central Jakarta quickly escaped their apartments, local media reported. Indonesia's meteorology and geophysics agency said a magnitude 5.7 quake early on Saturday also struck south of West Java. Java, Indonesia's most densely populated island, is home to more than half of its 250 million people.
December 16, 2017 09:33 UTC
MEREDITH — Two local organizations recently kick-started their holiday season with an afternoon of gratitude when New Hampshire Dance Movement donated over $900 to The Faith Hope and Love Foundation. NHDM raised the money through their annual Dance to Make a Difference show on August 26. Community members can find more information on New Hampshire Dance Movement on their Facebook page. For information on The Faith Hope and Love Foundation, visit them online at www.faithhopeandlovefoundation.org or on Facebook. L. to R., Suzanna Derynorski, Kelsey Piper of New Hampshire Dance Movement with Ericha Fahrner, and Lara Gruner of the Faith Hope Love Foundation.
December 16, 2017 09:00 UTC
The victim, Anol Bikash Chakma, 47, was called away from his home and killed on the river bank early on Saturday morning, according to the UPDF leader Bablu Chakma. Anol worked for the Upazila branch of the UPDF, a political party based in the Chittagong Hill Tracts. “Due to the remoteness of the area we only heard the news this afternoon. More details will be available in a press release later.”“Police were dispatched to the scene after we received news,” said Kotowali Police Station OC Satyajit Barua.
December 16, 2017 09:00 UTC
British Finance Minister Philip Hammond said it is likely Britain will want to negotiate a bespoke arrangement for future trade deals with the European Union. Shi told reporters that China believes Britain and the EU are able to reach an agreement that is satisfactory to both sides. The Brexit negotiations have been a vexed issue for the global economy as markets feared prolonged uncertainty would hit global trade and the growth. A transition period is now seen as crucial for investors and businesses that worry that a “cliff-edge” Brexit would disrupt trade flows and sow chaos through financial markets. Hammond’s China visit is the latest instalment in long-running economic talks between the two states but it has now taken on new importance for Britain as it looks to re-invent itself as a global trading nation after leaving the EU in 2019.
December 16, 2017 07:30 UTC
The 46th anniversary of Bangladesh’s victory is being observed by the country’s Assistant High Commission at Agartala, the capital northeastern Indian state of Tripura. The celebrations started on Saturday morning with the minister hoisting the national flag of Bangladesh. Afterwards, he narrated the significance of the day to the reporters present at the event saying: “This is the day (Victory Day) when we were freed from the clutches of the Pakistani oppressors. Finally, the welcome notes from Bangladeshi president, prime minister, foreign minister and his deputy were read out to at the programme. Around the same time, Tripura Governor Tathagata Roy paid homage to the martyrs of 1971 at the Post Office Chowmuhani of Agartala.
December 16, 2017 07:07 UTC
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December 16, 2017 07:07 UTC
By THOMAS P. CALDWELL, LACONIA DAILY SUNBRISTOL — A woman being investigated by police after losing 36 dogs in two fires this fall, previously faced complaints involving a kennel she operated in Massachusetts. Jennifer “Bobbi” Choate lost 29 German shepherds on Wednesday when fire swept through a Chestnut Street cottage where they were being kept. Previously, on Nov. 22, nine dogs died in a fire in a house on the same property. The permit allowed her to have 15 adult dogs and produce two litters per year. Alexandria police executing a similar warrant for Choate’s property on Burns Hill Road found about 30 dogs but also found no chargeable violations.
December 16, 2017 06:45 UTC
Yvette Imhof and Dave Henrick of the 405 Pub and Grill and Jennifer Rouse from the New Hampshire Lottery prepare for Keno Friday. The machine issued a game ticket showing his numbers and the size of his bet. Keep playing.”Well suitedHenrick said the game is perfect for the 405 Pub & Grill, where there are a lot of regulars, nightly food specials and a friendly atmosphere. The keno equipment, including three large television screens for customers to monitor the game, was installed at the 405 Pub & Grill last Saturday. Scot Stebbins cashes in a $2 winning ticket with Jennifer Rouse of NH Lottery at the 405 Pub and Grill on Friday.
December 16, 2017 06:45 UTC
Zaghari-Ratcliffe denies the allegations, saying she had gone to Iran in March, 2016 on holiday. She was arrested on Apr 3 of that year as she was boarding a flight bound for the UK with her daughter Gabriella. Zaghari-Ratcliffe was a project manager for the Thomson Reuters Foundation, a charity organisation that operates independently of newswire service Reuters News. “As Iran’s Supreme Leader, it would be a significant and positive gift to arrange for her release at this special and meaningful time. “This is an important and auspicious time of year when being in the bosom of one’s family is celebrated and cherished,” Learmond-Criqui wrote in her letter to the Iranian people.
December 16, 2017 06:22 UTC