Letters To The Editor
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To the Editor:When I read the "View From My Place" commentary in last week's Journal it dawned on me that the view from the writer's window must be blocked by a brick wall or some equally opaque … more
To the Editor:Another piece of the Northshire's history went up in flames recently. Johnny Seesaw's was built in 1920 as a dance pavilion, and in 1938 it became the first ski lodge in the U.S. It … more
To the Editor:"Is universal health care feasible?" That's a popular theoretical debate in our country and state. Opponents trot out well worn fears, from economic catastrophe to complete destruction … more
To the Editor:Several weeks ago I reminded you that your caveat prohibits publishing reader's communications that "violate standards of good taste, make libelous accusations, ad hominem arguments .. … more
To the Editor,Once again, the Interfaith Council's Holiday Project for Manchester families in need was a big success. This year, we served 82 families with baskets of food and clothing, toys and … more
Correcting a mistakeTo the Editor,In last week's Manchester Journal you published my commentary entitled 'Tooting the Horn' about being proud of our town. Towards the end I said that the Visitors' … more
"Vanishing Vermonters" highlights important issueTo the Editor, The issues highlighted in "Vanishing Vermonters" are exactly why I live in Arkansas instead of Vermont. I couldn't make ends meet after … more
Aggressive oversight' of energy emissions is counterproductiveTo the Editor, As I was reading a recent op-ed by a legislator, I was struck by his praise of the state's "aggressive oversight of … more
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