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Notice: Subscription Fulfillment Has Been Temporarily Suspended — We are temporarily suspending the mailing of our newspaper to subscribers. We will resume just as soon as conditions allow. We are loathe to take this step. Considering the Omicron variant’s transmissibility, its ability to overcome even full vaccination, the average age depth of experience of our staff and volunteers, &c.—we believe this is necessary. The paper will continue to be available for physical pickup and here at www.nhgazette.com. – The Editor

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Republicans Betting the Farm

New Hampshire’s Republicans have spoken. On Primary Day, September 13th, their voters picked, for both Congressional districts and for the Senate, the Trumpiest candidate on the ballot. Summer this year seemed to suddenly flip into fall. So it is with our politics. Our primary elections come late, dictating only a brief season for the general election. In a little over six weeks we should know how this all turns out. That assumes, of course, that our civic wheels stay on the rails laid down by…

Conspiracy theories are dangerous even if very few people believe them

by Keith Raymond Harris There is an open question among pundits and researchers: Do more Americans believe in conspiracy theories now than ever before? But as a scholar of conspiracy theories and their believers, I am concerned that focusing on how many Americans believe conspiracy theories can distract from their dangers. Even if most people dismiss conspiracy theories or accept them only in some limited sense, leaving very small numbers of true believers, the high…

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Portsmouth, arguably the first town in this country not founded by religious extremists, is bounded on the north and east by the Piscataqua River, the second, third, or fourth fastest-flowing navigable river in the country…read more.