Is the state returning to Republican roots?
The easiest topic for a good January 2021 Editor’s Notes would be to tell 2020, “So long, and don’t let the door hit you where the Good Lord split you.” But was 2020 really so bad we can’t say anything nice?
Fear and loafing in New Hampshire.
Maybe, like its bears, the Granite State was born free.
Christmas is a competition — here’s how to lose.
We are from here, so when we moved there, things got weird — especially around the holidays.
Rising oceans may mean rising — or new — taxes.
Rebecca Rule discusses the terrors that lurk around every corner at Haunted Overload in Lee.
NH's most predictable election year.
Decision time for parents and politicians.
Fred Marple discusses what going back to school looks like in the middle of COVID-19.
Bill Burke discusses the pursuits (even the disappointing ones) that he has undertaken during quarantine.
Democrats seem to have a “type.”
Even our state motto is feeling the strain.
Sally Breslin shares her experiences hiking New Hampshire's trails, including her discovery of how a few trail names are too aptly named.
The last New Hampshire governor to serve during a major pandemic wasn’t remembered so well. That was not his fault.
As both a writer and borderline hermit, says Adi Rule, she was already living in quasi isolation pre-COVID-19. But actual isolation now has her worrying about potentially exploding chickens, a Cheez-It obsessed parrot and high-stakes games of virtual whist.