• Bridgewater couple killed in house fire - 1 year 41 weeks ago - Two people were killed in an overnight fire at a house in Bridgewater.
  • Winter storm part II: Georgia says it's ready - 1 year 41 weeks ago - Fire up the salt trucks. Cancel after-school plans. Position the National Guard. Two weeks after a few inches of snow paralyzed Atlanta and embarrassed the state, Gov. Nathan Deal is tackling the latest round of bad weather with gusto.
  • Goffstown boy, 2, recovering after bone marrow transplant - 1 year 41 weeks ago - A 2-year-old Goffstown boy is recovering after having a bone marrow transplant on Thursday.
  • Police: Two juveniles arrested after residents find firecrackers in mailboxes - 1 year 41 weeks ago - Raymond police said two juveniles were arrested after several residents reported finding firecrackers in their mailboxes.
  • Money Savers: Cobbler repairs shoes, saves wallet - 1 year 41 weeks ago - Walking around can cause wear and tear on shoes, but a local cobbler is helping people save money by repairing their tattered shoes.
  • Sunday's snow makes for messy Monday morning - 1 year 41 weeks ago - Sunday's snow made for a messy commute on Monday morning.
  • Police: Man arrested in connection with heroin death - 1 year 41 weeks ago - Police have accused a New Hampshire man of supplying some heroin that led to another man's death.
  • College football star Michael Sam: I'm gay - 1 year 41 weeks ago - Michael Sam, an All-American defensive lineman from the University of Missouri, publicly revealed that he's gay Sunday, creating the possibility he'll be the first openly gay player drafted by the National Football League.
  • Charges in Allenstown stabbing upgraded to first-degree murder - 1 year 41 weeks ago - Charges have been upgraded against the Barnstead woman accused of stabbing an 18-year-old in Allenstown.
  • Man accused in Hudson stabbing due in court - 1 year 41 weeks ago - Police said on Jan. 28, Joshua McKinnon, 32, stabbed a man and woman near Bockes Road. 
  • 11-year-old wins $15,000 prize at Meredith fishing derby - 1 year 41 weeks ago - Crowds gathered in Meredith Bay on Sunday to find out the big winners in the 35th annual Great Meredith Rotary Fishing Derby.
  • CEO of Northeast Credit Union killed in snowmobile accident - 1 year 41 weeks ago - Family and colleagues are mourning the death of Northeast Credit Union's president and chief executive officer in a snowmobile accident early Saturday morning.
  • NH conservation districts offer pollinator education course - 1 year 41 weeks ago - The Cheshire and Hillsborough County Conservation Districts will offer a course this March to educate people on the declining number of pollinators in New Hampshire.
  • Popular cellphone technology targeted by hackers - 1 year 41 weeks ago - Hacking has been in the headlines lately, with massive security breaches at retailers. But another type of hacking that targets cellphones is growing.
  • Nowitzki has 20 to lift Mavs over Celtics - 1 year 41 weeks ago - Dirk Nowitzki scored 20 points and Shawn Marion finished with 11 points and 10 rebounds for Dallas in a 102-91 win over the Boston Celtics on Sunday, extending the Mavericks' winning streak to a season-high five straight.
  • 1 killed, 2 injured in different snowmobile accidents - 1 year 41 weeks ago - From Friday into Saturday, New Hampshire Fish and Game conservation officer responded to reports of multiple snowmobile accidents, one resulting in a death.
  • Apartment residents react to car crash - 1 year 41 weeks ago - Police said 18-year-old Samantha Murphy was under the influence of alcohol and likely speeding when she slammed into a building on Marlboro Street
  • Bode Miller competes in men's downhill event - 1 year 41 weeks ago - Olympic veteran Bode Miller competed in the men's downhill event at the Olympics on Sunday.
  • Vermont police search for missing New Hampshire man - 1 year 41 weeks ago - Michael Hayward, Jr., 42, was last seen Friday.
  • Five favorite moments from the Sochi Olympics - 1 year 41 weeks ago - The first weekend of the Winter Olympics brought us moments of humor and technical problems from the Opening Ceremony, a skater's reaction that went viral and the sparkling debut of a sport where "stoked" and "dude" are part of a winning news conference.

It seems that our “Commander in Chief” is out of touch with America!  The vast majority of US citizens are very concerned with homeland security related to terrorism, illegal immigration and refugees. Without transparency… President Obama opened the gates and placed Syrian refugees in many states without telling us.  Thankfully, the US Congress stepped in to tighten the screening process of refugees, with a bipartisan veto-proof vote.

Frequently, the President is not acting with due diligence to protect America, despite the will of the people.  His apathetic actions against ISIS has allowed them to not just survive, but to thrive...while he tells us they are neutralized.  WRONG!   America is at war against Islamic terrorists and we need American might to defeat them now!

At the same time President Obama has managed to grow the National Debt through roof, disrupt our health care system, increase racial tensions, polarize the political parties, fail to turn the economy around…and the list goes on and on.  Obama is amazingly narcissistic.  His speeches are frequently “I want this” or “I did that”, making matters of America about HIM.  Two of his most frequently used lines these days are “That’s not how Americans are” or “Those are not the values of Americans”.  He uses his bully pulpit to influence those who follow his every word as truth.

In reality, Obama is disconnected from the average American in many ways.  More people stand strong for the right to keep and bear arms than stand against it.  Yet, he keeps pushing to diminish our SECOND AMENDMENT rights… even in the face of increasing threats of random terrorism to the homeland.  An armed citizenry is a safer population.  And for those of you who did not know… gun violence numbers are way down from a decade or two ago…despite more guns being owned nationally.  Yes, we’ve had some tragic public shootings, and large numbers of black-on-black homicides continue in Obama’s home city of Chicago, despite the strict gun regulations there.  But those are examples of criminals, not obeying the law...the very reason that law-abiding Americans need the right to protect their families & homes.

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Community Calendar (Events)

When Event Time Where More Info
11/27/15 SENIOR CENTER (All day) All Saints Church - Wolfeboro The Wolfeboro Senior Center is closed for Thanksgiving break. Activities will resume on Monday November 30th.
11/28/15 WRITER'S GROUP 10:00 am Tuftonboro Free Library Writers of Tuftonboro can join with others of the writers' group at the Tuftonboro Free Library on Saturday from 10am to noon. Writers of all ages and genres are welcome. For more information call 569-4256 or visit www.tuftonborolibrary.org
11/28/15 RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE 10:00 am Brewster Academy - Wolfeboro Give the "Gift of Life" by participating the in the American Red Cross holiday blood drive on Saturday November 28th 10am to 3pm at Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro. For more information on the Red Cross holiday blood drive call 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit www.redcrossblood.org
11/28/15 - 11/29/15 HOLIDAY ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR 10:00 am Opechee Conference Center - Laconia A HOLIDAY ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR will take place at the Opechee Conference Center in Laconia on December 28th and 29th from 10-4 on Sat and 10-3 on Sunday. For more info call 528-4014 or visit www.joycecraftshows.com
11/28/15 CHRISTMAS PARADE - TREE LIGHTING - SANTA ARRIVES 3:00 pm Downtown Wolfeboro The annual Christmas in Wolfeboro Parade, featuring the arrival of Santa, is Saturday November 28th at 3:00pm. This family friendly event is always a great way to start the Christmas season. It's followed by the tree lighting ceremony and then Santa will be in his hut. For more information you can call 569-2200 or visit www.WolfeboroChamber.com
11/30/15 ROTARY CLUB 5:30 pm Wolfeboro Inn The Wolfeboro Rotary Club meets weekly at the Wolfeboro Inn. The Monday meetings start at 5:30pm. If you're interested in the Rotary Club, and being a part of all they do for our community, you can find out more, including contact information, by visiting their website at www.WolfeboroRotary.org
12/01/15 RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE 12:00 pm Rochester Elks Lodge Give the "Gift of Life" by participating the in the American Red Cross holiday blood drive on Tuesday December 1st from noon-5pm at the Rochester Elks Lodge. For more information on the Red Cross holiday blood drive call 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit www.redcrossblood.org
12/01/15 AMATEUR RADIO CLUB 7:00 pm Gilford Community Church The Central NH Amateur Radio Club meets the first Tuesday of every month at 7pm at the Gilford Community Church. If you're interested in amateur radio you're welcome to attend. For more information call 581-2411 or visit www.cnharc.org
12/02/15 RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE 12:00 pm Wolfeboro Inn Give the "Gift of Life" by participating the in the American Red Cross holiday blood drive on Wednesday from noon to 5pm at the Wolfeboro Inn. For more information on the Red Cross holiday blood drive call 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit www.redcrossblood.org
12/02/15 ADVANCE DIRECTIVES 1:30 pm Huggins Hospital - Wolfeboro Huggins Hospital and caregiver volunteers offer an informational session on Advance Directives covering the completion of forms to create a Living Will and a Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care on the first Wednesday of every month from 1:30pm to 2:30pm in the Huggins Hospital Cafe. For more information you can call 569-3714 or visit www.hugginshospital.org