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It's been rare through the years to have a true freshman contribute in a major way on the University of New Hampshire football team. Rarer... [Read More]
By WARREN D. HUSEHow many of you can claim your birth was front-page news?I can — as a one-sentence report of my arrival at the... [Read More]
Cable subscribers would begin paying an added 5-percent sales fee, Nov. 1, 1991, in a move officials said would net the city about $30,000 in... [Read More]
Its sad to see the Citizen close its doors after 90 years. The Citizen has been a staple in the community and has recorded our... [Read More]
I thought it only fitting to take my photo in front of The Citizen History page after working with Warren Huse for several years on... [Read More]
This listing includes everyone who could be recalled by an ad hoc committee which took on the task. It is in no way complete. Additions... [Read More]
LACONIA- It is hard to believe that a decade ago I was just a 22-year-old college graduate that landed a job at The Citizen following... [Read More]
LACONIA - A journalistic proverb is that if your mother says she lovesyou, confirm it with a second source.When I started work as a staff... [Read More]
While I've only been working at The Citizen since last November, it feels like I've been working here for years with the amount of experience... [Read More]
Editor, Citizen It was with great sadness that the The Citizen will cease its publication. Those of us that consider ourselves "natives" could easily become... [Read More]
Editor, Citizen For the past several years, the Laconia School District has been fortunate to be the focus of positive and articulate news reporting, thanks... [Read More]
Editor, Citizen On behalf of the Lakes Region Scholarship Foundation, we wish to extend our appreciation to the Citizen for its history of service to... [Read More]
With this edition, The Citizen ends 90 years and 229 days of continuous publication, six days a week. [Read More]
As The Citizen newspaper ceases publication after a grand 90-year run, thoughts turn to the gracious, tenacious gentleman who founded the paper, Edward John ("E.J.")... [Read More]
A few days after I was promoted to Editor of The Citizen last fall, I had a discussion with several members of the Laconia City... [Read More]
If there is one element of The Citizen's legacy that I think stands out it is that a newspaper best performs its function by being... [Read More]
An obituary was my first assignment when I joined the Laconia Evening Citizen as a reporter in June of 1977. I was fresh out of... [Read More]
Today the ownership and management team of The Citizen humbly puts this newspaper to bed for the last time. [Read More]
I guess I knew at some point in my career I would be writing a column like this or similar to it. I honestly expected... [Read More]
The Winnipesauke Flagship Corporation has lost its bid to have an age discrimination claim brought by a former employee dismissed. [Read More]
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