Nonprofit strategic planning, and why you should care

Cabinet Editorials

Have you ever had that feeling that you should probably have paid better attention in a particular class? Perhaps you are sitting there reading this nodding your head in agreement saying to yourself, “If I’d paid more attention in geography, I would actually know where Kamchatka is.” ...

For years to come

Cabinet Letters

Gov. Chris Sununu has publicly said, “The state will continue to see COVID case numbers rise and fall for years to come due to the hundreds of thousands of Granite Staters who choose not to get vaccinated.” He’s hit that tone of resignation. He’s a father of at-home children himself, ...

Support public funding

Cabinet Letters

Sens. Maggie Hassan and Jeanne Shaheen should support federal funding for cultured-meat research. For those who don’t know, cultured meat is grown from cells, without slaughter. Widespread adoption of this revolutionary protein will dramatically reduce our pandemic risk, our negative impact ...

Thank you

Cabinet Letters

As county administrator for Cheshire County, I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your tireless leadership, thoughtful advocacy, and timely guidance confronting the challenges posed by COVID-19. Your considered outreach and calm reassurance when the pandemic began assuaged many ...

What is Critical Race Theory?

Cabinet Letters

What is Critical Race Theory? Consider DiAngelo “White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism” writes, “I strive to be ‘less white.’” Consider in, “How to be an anti-racist,” Kendi asserts that anyone who thinks they’re not racist, is in fact, ...

Support Energy Innovation Act

Cabinet Letters

2020 was the hottest year on record, and not in a distant, tropical-paradise type of way: the Christmas rain in Southern New Hampshire was still in recent memory, along with a general lack of snowfall well into 2021. Along with reduced snowfall, is a reduced ski season, which not only ...