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Opinion

Missing name of 1921 Milford firefighter

Cabinet Editorials

116 years ago, 1898 In a sermon at the Milford Methodist Church, the Rev. Mr. Miller spoke of the insecurity of the Christian position unless fortified with true righteousness. The Milford Dining Room, in an advertisement, said its bakery wagon would “run about the village every ...

Avard is right choice for Senate

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: The 2012 elections saw the return to a progressive-to-moderate New Hampshire senate when we saw the re-election of Peggy Gilmour. Kevin Avard, of Nashua, will bring the Constitutional-conservative’s version of POSITIVE ‘Hope & Change’ with his ...

Havenstein deserves support for governor

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: I’ve known Walt Havenstein for 15 years and believe he’d be a terrific governor. Walt treats everyone with dignity and respect from senior managers to entry level workers. Despite being a tough businessman, Walt always maintained a higher purpose for what we ...

Proud of Wilton Old Home Days celebration

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: I was so dang proud of my town of Wilton after last week’s Old Home Days celebration I just had to beg the editor for a small space this week to brag a little that no town or city in New Hampshire could ever top the unbelievable program and leadership my little town ...

Food Coop coverage appreciated

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: Thanks to the Cabinet for providing coverage of our Food Coop project. The Souhegan Transition Network is seeking to create a Food Coop that would work with farmers and artisans to create an easily accessible market with regular hours that would feature food from local farms. ...

Mooney seeking voters’ support

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: The “Issues” page of my website (www.votemooney.com) is more comprehensive than most campaign sites. This is because there are so many issues facing the state of New Hampshire worth discussing, and I believe in giving voters as much information as possible. ...

Removal of Share bin affects the community

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: The larger and more distant corporations are from the customers they serve, the less they seem to appreciate and care about the day to day realities of their customers’ lives. During the past month, area residents and in particular the people who live on the edge of ...

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: Are you still trying to decide between Scott Brown and Jeanne Shaheen? Consider their experience as elected government officials. Brown was rejected recently by Massachusetts voters after serving briefly in the United States Senate. Now he has moved to New Hampshire to regain a ...

Linda Gould for State Rep

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: Linda is firmly rooted in New Hampshire. She is a lifelong resident, the daughter of a dairy farming family who grounded her in the Granite State and Republican values of family, faith, education, patriotism, fiscal responsibility, local control, individual responsibility, and ...

Thanks to Bedford for Supporting my Eagle Project

Bedford Letters

Category: news Email: jimmymac97@comcast.net Firstname James Lastname McGuire Mediacaption: Mediacredit: Title/Headline: Thanks to Bedford for Supporting my Eagle Project Location: Bedford, NH Article Text: I would like to thank the citizens of Bedford who contributed very generously to ...

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: I am running again this year for State Senate and I respectfully request your vote. Bedford citizens are proud of the town they have built together. Award-winning schools, good public services, and responsive town government officials make it a wonderful community and a great ...

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: My name is Terry Wolf and I am a Republican candidate for the New Hampshire State House. This year there are twelve Republican candidates for six seats to represent Bedford. The primary on September 9 will decide which candidates move on to the general election in November. I ...

Linda Gould a step in right direction

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: It is often said that all politics is local. Considering the current state of chaos and division in the world and in our nation as well as the lack of access to our federal representatives, I am paying more attention than ever to our local elections here in Bedford. I will ...

Russian deaths not due to food

Cabinet Editorials

Well, being fans of irony, we can’t help but admire our dear friends the Russians who, despite fomenting a tiny bit of trouble in Ukraine, which they apparently don’t consider a particularly big deal, are now threatening to sue their true mortal ...

So what’s in a name? A lot.

Cabinet Editorials

We hope Nashua has started something. Recently, our sister newspaper, the daily Telegraph of Nashua, reported that “some new terminology” was being used at meetings of the city’s official governing body: When Pamela Brown was sworn in to represent Ward 4, she ...

Fewer trees, more pavement, same Oval

Cabinet Editorials

116 years ago, 1898 One of the largest blocks of granite that had been quarried at the Milford Granite Company, weighing about 30 tons, was to be made into a monument to go to St. Louis, Mo. The work would require several months. Our South Lyndeborough correspondent wrote that a gravel walk ...

Karen’s Collectibles will be missed in Milford

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: I would like to thank Karen Walker and her husband for their many years of serving customers at their store on the Milford Oval. The Milford Oval is one of those places that can remind you what a privilege it is to live in this neck of the woods, it can help you find just that ...

Hansen off base regarding business tax remarks

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: I strongly disagree with statements made in the press recently by Amherst Rep. Peter T. Hansen. He implied that business taxes are too high in New Hampshire and blamed Democrats for slow job growth. Rep. Hansen cited figures that business taxes are 60 percent of total revenues ...

Havenstein’s plan simple, effective

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: Recently we were greeted to the Democratic Committee’s response to Walt Havenstein’s plan to reignite The New Hampshire Advantage. As can be expected, the NHDC shouted the irrelevant, the incongruous. Let’s compare Governor Hassan’s latest ...

Wilton Grand Marshalls are deserving of honor

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: Someone once said that you can tell the character and living environment of a community by the quality and dedication of its citizens. If this is true, the 2014 Old Home Days Committee in Wilton has named three of the most dedicated and respected old birds in Wilton to serve as ...