Liberty Independent Media Project

PO Box 969 • Winnisquam NH 03289 •

Who We Are

The Liberty Independent Media Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit venture formed to create and encourage participation in efforts to record cultural, historical, and creative efforts in the form of video documentaries and stories for print and web, with a special emphasis on people overcoming adversity.

The Liberty Project provides a forum for individuals with their own media projects and seeks out interesting people and events for our own coverage efforts. By broadening the newsgathering force with citizen-journalists and those with something to share, we hope to expand the definition of news to include people of all backgrounds and help to establish lost connections with the broad community of humanity.

Board of Directors

Thomas P. Caldwell, Project Manager (2018)

Deb Braley, President (2018)

Warren D. Huse, Treasurer (2019)

Jennifer Sargent, Director (2017)

Barbara Greenwood, Director (2019)


Opportunities for Correspondents

If I share with you my story, will you share your dollar with me?

Part of the Liberty Independent Media Project's mission is to provide a means for both professional journalists and citizen correspondents to offer news and feature stories, as well as audio and video projects. Through a news service, the Liberty Project also allows other print and digital media outlets to purchase content. Two-thirds of any income from those sales will go back to the original writers and producers.

To learn more about contributing your work to the Liberty Project, click HERE.


Investments in the Project

We encourage people to become part of the Liberty Independent Media Project by investing in our efforts at rebuilding a sense of community with profiles, news, and information that is available nowhere else.

You have the opportunity to decide for yourself how valuable this project is to you, and make a contribution in any amount by clicking on the Value2Me button.

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General sponsorship and aligning with specific projects are possible. Click on the Sponsor button below for further information.


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Featured Video

Indy Voices


Bristol Budget Battle Plays Out at Town Meeting

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — The quarter-million-dollar difference between what the Bristol Board of Selectmen deemed necessary to operate the town and the budget committee’s recommendation in the warrant article for Town Meeting fueled an idealogical battle on March 18, as voters attempted to decide what would constitute a reasonable spending amount. After multiple amendments and attempts to amend the figure, the budget ended up much closer to the budget committee’s recommendation, with a final figure of $5,968,800.

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Honoring A Revered Bristol Resident

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — “I’m very honored to be chosen for this,” said Harold “Bub” Sheffield after Chair Shaun Lagueux presented him with a copy of the Bristol Town Report, which selectmen had dedicated to the World War II veteran.

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Planning And Talking Trash

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — The town is moving forward with plans to reconfigure its solid waste transfer station.

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Officials Address Poor Quality of Recordings

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Staff training and use of a signal-splitter to allow for a backup audio recording device will ensure that the public will be able to review school board discussions without the technical problems that have plagued many of the recent video recordings, according to officials.

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Selectmen Hear Pros and Cons on Official Ballot Act

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Residents asked questions during the first two public hearings, but it was the third hearing by the Bristol Board of Selectmen on Feb. 16 that elicited the most discussion. That hearing was on a petitioned warrant article that would replace the traditional town meeting with separate deliberative and voting sessions under the Official Ballot Act, RSA 40:13, commonly known as SB2.

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News Archives


The Trichomes Release  New Album

By Thomas P. Caldwell

A new album by The Trichomes, “Frank’s Dank Super No. 1 Hits” packs an hour’s worth of bluesy, somewhat psychedelic, original music.

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Day Tripping to Franklin Falls Dam

By Thomas P. Caldwell

In the cool of the morning, shortly after the sun comes up, a short trip with the dogs to Periwinkle Field can provide a positive start to the day.

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Going Mobile In Your Own RV

By Thomas P. Caldwell

Freedom. For some people, it can mean spending a carefree day fishing or boating on one of the lakes ... hiking into the wilderness and exploring the myriad of trails cut through the mountains. ... Or someone may choose to go RV-ing.

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Veteran's Voice

This series allows veterans to tell their stories in their own way, in their own words and photos.

In this premiere episode, Harold "Bub" Sheffield of Bristol NH describes his experiences as a Marine Corps Raider, having joined the Marines right after the attack on Pearl Harbor.

He recounts how he got involved in the elite special operations group, and the lifelong friendships he developed.

Watch the 3-minute trailer, and then rent or buy to stream the full, 31-minute video.


Martin Barre Band Expands Beyond Jethro Tull

PLYMOUTH — The Martin Barre Band will bring new compositions, as well as classic Jethro Tull fare, to the Flying Monkey Performance Center on Saturday, April 1, at 7:30 p.m.

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Calendar of Events

Savor the Flavors of New Hampshire’s Grand North

LANCASTER — There may be no better way to get to know a region than through its foods. Visitors dining in northern New Hampshire’s restaurants have long appreciated the variety of regional foods that are rooted in the area’s history, such as Native Americans’ use of maple sap and the focus on local game, fish and wild greens. Now, home cooks can sample a “Taste of New Hampshire’s Grand North” in a free, downloadable recipe book.

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The Invisible People

Invisible to many, the homeless nevertheless exist in most cities and towns. Now there are programs to help them discover hidden talents and find their way to a fresh start.

This documentary highlights an art and photography project in Laconia NH and a transitional program in Canaan NH.

Watch the 15-minute trailer, and then rent or buy to stream the full, 50-minute video.

We also have a DVD of the documentary available for purchase in our online store.

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