Letters To The Editor
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While scanning the annual town report, I read with disdain the entry submitted by Green Mountain National Forest Supervisor John Sinclair as he referred to sustainable multiple-use management as a concept. In reality, it is a law. A concept is a … more
We would like to give our support to the HEAT Squad statewide expansion in order to bring affordable energy audits to undeserved communities.We have just completed work in our home that would not have been achievable had it not been for the HEAT … more
I'm concerned that the Judiciary has overstepped its purview by accepting a suit by States that falsely claim irrevocable harm because of our President's temporary suspension of aliens from seven nations seeking entry into our country.Rather than … more
We are encouraging our friends and neighbors to support Jan Nolan for the Manchester Select Board. This position requires a significant amount of personal time and dedication and we are extremely pleased that we have an intelligent, insightful and … more
On behalf of Bennington Community Theater, I would like to thank all the newspapers, especially the Bennington Banner, and the many other businesses who supported the recent presentation of "Love Letters" by A.R. Gurney on Feb. 11 and 12. The two … more
On the cover of the Feb. 13 TIME magazine is the sinister face of Donald Trump's friend and Chief White House Strategist Steve Bannon. Like Trump, Bannon has a long list of failures in his life. Central to his dark philosophy is his view that … more
Now that Vermont Governor-elect (Phil) Scott is about ready to take over for (Gov.) Peter Shumlin, we thought we'd send an email with some predictions. We think Scott will be a zero game changer for Vermont. We feel he will accomplish very little … more
Seniors, we have to let the Select Board know how much the Senior Center on Pleasant Street means to us.At a Select Board meeting last fall, the town manager stated that the tax payers of Bennington should not have to support the Senior Center when … more
Yes, Manchester does have a lot of nice things, but it's all very upscale and pricey. The arts are very good, but life isn't all art oriented.Manchester has little of interest to the lower end of the scale. Stores with practical pricing and products … more
The Oldcastle Theatre is extremely grateful to the Citizens for a Greater Bennington for awarding us a grant to market downtown Bennington. The grant is for $15,000 and requires that we raise an additional $10,000 by March 31. This will be the … more
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