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For selectman, we endorse incumbent Carl Thibodeau. Nothing more needs to be said other than he is a practical, clear-thinking conservative who brings to the board an important Conway Village perspective. 

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A hearing Thursday will determine whether Kennett High School metals and machine tool teacher Andy Shaw will be terminated for hosting a party at which minors were reportedly drinking alcohol.

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“I don’t think it’s affordable,” said Conway School Board member Joe Mosca, referring to the schools’ proposed budget, which would add $300 to annual taxes on a $200,000 home.

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In the races for state representatives that we cover, we continue the theme from when we endorsed Gene Chandler for District 1 (Bartlett, Jackson and Hart’s Location). With a 400-member House of Representatives, party politics and policy take a back seat to power and tenure, particularly whe…

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Compared to the nasty 1st District congressional battles between Frank Guinta and Carol Shea-Porter of the last four elections, the race between Democrat Chris Pappas and Republican Eddie Edwards is a refreshing change in tone.

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Because of their power and influence in their respective chambers, we enthusiastically endorse Republican incumbents state Sen. Jeb Bradley (R-Wolfeboro) and state Rep. Gene Chandler (R-Bartlett).

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Just before a handful of voters passed a 180-day moratorium four cannabis caregivers received approval to open storefronts in Fryeburg, Maine. Three are local and one is from out of state.

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On the Republican ballot for Carroll County commissioner are incumbent Mark Hounsell and challenger Terry McCarthy, wife of respected state legislator Frank McCarthy.

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In the contest between Democratic gubernatorial candidates Steve Marchand and Molly Kelly, we enthusiastically endorse Marchand.

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For State Senate, District 3, we heartily endorse incumbent Jeb Bradley of Wolfeboro over Conway’s Steven Steiner in Tuesday’s Republican primary.

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With so many capable candidates vying for Carol Shea-Porter’s seat, the most interesting race by far in next Tuesday’s primary is that of Congressional District 1. It's also the hardest to sort out.

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Former Conway school district food service employees say the SAU 9 administration and school board are covering up an alleged scam of federal money — through the free and reduced lunch program — that went on for decades and brought in millions, not just the $800,000 that has been reported.