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Merrimack Letters

BSA Troop 401 Thanks All

On behalf of the members of BSA 401 & their families, we would like to extend a heart-felt thank you to the attendees of the auction and the following outstanding businesses, whose generosity made the 13th Annual Silent Auction and Dessert Buffet, on 4/7/18 a great success! Those ...

Vote for Lon Woods on Tues., April 9th

We have called Merrimack our home for the past forty-four years. During this time we have seen dozens of selectmen and town councilors, some good, and some forgettable. The best have been good listeners, logical thinkers, and have had an unabrasive style. Lon Woods will be on the Merrimack ...

We cannot allow history to repeat itself

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention there is a justifiable amount of evidence to keep the youth of America away form vaping products. These products contain the highly addictive substance nicotine, which has been shown to harm the developing brain. As a college ...

Vote ‘yes’ on Article 8

Article 8 on the April 9th Merrimack School District Warrant: returns control of grading practices to the individual classroom teacher; restores grade reporting equity to its previous norms; and, brings back confidence in our school district which then equates to maintaining higher property ...

Been a unique and joyful experience

Please consider becoming a host family for the Nashua Silver Knights. We became a host family in 2005, and have housed players from the Nashua Pride, the NH Fisher Cats, and now the Nashua Silver Knights. These are hard working young men chasing a dream. All they need is a little help along ...

Gun-Free School Zones Don’t Work

This letter is in response to the article entitled “Gun-Free School Zones” written by the members of the Oyster River Cooperative School Board. HB 564, an act allowing for “Safe School Zones”, will do nothing to ensure the safety of our children. 86% of public mass shootings took ...