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Opinion

Support our teachers, vote Sept. 9

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: I am a long time Milford resident and I also work as a teacher in our school system. This year we have a special vote to decide on the teacher contract. On September 9th a warrant article will be voted on by the town to decide on the teachers’ contract. The ...

Vote no on Milford teachers’ contract

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: This is an open letter to all Milford taxpayers. It concerns the special School District warrant article for a new three-year teachers’ contract to be voted on Sept. 9. The union is demanding a 5.5 percent increase in base salaries over the next three years. The first ...

School choice is good for Granite State families

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: Last week, the NH Supreme Court upheld our state’s School Choice Law. This law encourages businesses to provide scholarship funding to low income families so that they can send their kids to the schools that best fit their learning needs, or to help cover the cost of ...

Learn about realities of global business

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: The Rev. Gannon should learn realities about global business before lambasting Scott Brown for his affiliation with Kadant Inc. and its overseas activities. A substantial portion of Kadant profits come from its international operations in places with much better incentives and ...

Schneller asks for vote for state rep

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: I, John Schneller, am running for state representative in the town of Bedford and I am asking for your vote. I am a conservative Republican. I received a BA in history from UMass Amherst, a Masters in Public Administration from Suffolk University in Boston and an MBA from ...

Stevens supported for state rep

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: I’m supporting Melissa Stevens for State Representative, for many reasons – and not just because she is my wife. Although I’ve been associated with politics for much of my professional life, being the spouse of a candidate has provided me with a ...

Taxpayers association offers suggestions

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: During its August Board of Directors meeting, the Bedford Taxpayers Association developed a list of recommended candidates for the State Primary Election. Before deliberating, Directors noted the vigorous competition for various positions, especially those of local interest. To ...

Think, don’t litter our roads

Cabinet Editorials

A reader was recently hiking along the western stretch of Dale Street in Wilton and recalling how we’ve railed against roadside trash. Dale Street, he said, was fraught with garbage including, of course, the ubiquitous beer cans, most of them light beer thus, we assume, tossed out ...

Prepare yourself to vote Sept. 9

Cabinet Editorials

We are fast approaching our Sept. 9 state primary when we get to choose who will represent the Republican and Democratic parties on the November ballot. Chief among those choices will be candidates for state representative from our towns and these are “chief,” we say, ...

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 ...