Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:We commend the Bennington Banner on its policy of representing differing voices. We are familiar with newspapers that do not take this responsibility seriously.However, we feel that the conservative viewpoint could be much represented … more
To the editor:Perhaps you've noticed that from time to time, usually on Fridays, people have been standing on Bonnet Street outside the TDBank office in Manchester holding signs. I'd like to explain why.Those folks are participating in a world-wide … more
To the editor:I'm writing this letter because I and the few neighbors I have talked with are concerned that someone, most likely a driver, is going to get seriously hurt running into the "safety" island on Route 67A located in front of the … more
To the editor:According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the opium produced by the Afghan poppy crop in 2010 accounted for 93 percent of the world's heroin.On Feb. 15, 2016, the New York Times' lead story reported that the … more
To the editor:Like most people, I have long been aware that prescription drug prices are high in the United States. Also like most people, I didn't pay an awful lot of attention to why they are so high. That changed recently when I saw the movie … more
To the editor: We write on behalf of the Battenkill Grange #487 and the Batten Kill Watershed Alliance to thank everyone involved in the Battenkill Appreciation Day Concert several weeks ago. Thanks to everyone who came and enjoyed the wonderful … more
To the editor:The Banner's take is "more regulations" to prevent future water pollution problems. Obviously, this would entail more money to be thrown at the problem, with questionable result. My view is that current regulations are more than … more
To the editor: There are so many things going on politically right now that I could write a letter about, but what it all comes down to is not only educating myself and sharing what I'm learning with others, it's also about becoming a part of the … more
It's with a heavy heart, and much thought, that I have decided to sell Beshara's Market. My beloved father, George and his brother Mike, started this market almost 90 years ago. What a run we have had — it's all because of you! Our much loved … more
To the editor:The foul smell of human arrogance permeates the American landscape when politicians, mainstream environmental groups, such as NWF, and special interest lobbying groups meet to negotiate environmental issues. The key word used at these … more
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