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    Tips on helping your students pay f...

    By Neil Allen 
    Scholarship season is now upon high school students who are starting to receive their acceptance letters from colleges and college students planning for the next year of college — finding money for school doesn’t end after the first year.  
    If you’re like most parents, …

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    Knitting helps LGBTQ+ teens with co...

    By Liza Draper
    In 2017, TLC Family Resource Center’s Rural Outright program helped launch a Gay, Straight, Trans Alliance (GSTA) at Claremont Middle School (CMS), which was named Rainbow Confetti by the students. It is a free, student-run club that provides a safe place for …

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    Being thankful for changes to plans...

    By Neil Allen
    Recently my daughter received a post card in the mail stating she had a package at the UPS office in Keene. There was only one thing it could be — a $2 container of hand sanitizer. We could have decided it wasn’t worth the …

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    Getting ready for the colds...

    By Nancy Crocker, Pediatrician (retired)
    Winter means children will get the common cold (viral upper respiratory infections) more frequently, even two times a month on average. A viral cold often lasts seven to 10 days with the first few days of tiredness and fever (greater than …

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