Lorraine Leclerc, Main Street Program Chair

“Thanks to Downtown” To the editor: With the holidays closely approaching, I wanted to take this opportunity to thank and remind our community. Thank them for the great turnout to our recent Main Street program events such as our hugely successful wine tasting last month at the Town & Country Motor Inn, the Christmas Parade of Lights & Fireworks (brought to us by Guardian Angel Credit Union and the City of Berlin) and the hayrides through the new Tondreau Park with visits from ...

Robert Brown

To the editor: To everyone who voted and supported me, to the businesses and individuals who endorsed me, to everyone who had time to talk to me during my campaign, I thank you. I learned a lot and I will bring what I have learned to the other boards and committees I am serving on. Congratulations to team Nelson, you will serve the community well. I believe Diana will represent the community with a pride and professionalism that is crucial for the valleys’ future. It is vital that we ...

Jacklyn Nadeau

To the editor: The Berlin & Coos County Historical Society is highlighting their display of military memorabilia at the Moffett House Museum at 119 High Street in Berlin in the weeks surrounding Veterans' Day. The public is invited to view the collection of uniforms dating from World War I to Desert Storm, scrapbooks from the European Theater of Operation and the South Pacific in World War II, photo and booklet from the Welcome Home Parade in September 1946, plus much more. ...

Donald J. Enman

To the editor: Well now, we've had a broadside from the "appeasement twin" Walsh and a double barreled response from Joe. Leave it to Walsh to try for the last word. In my opinion, the 9/11 Iraq war is a conflict that will probably take years to finish. Remember we occupied Japan for 10 years. Harping on the casualties as the left wing politicians and Walsh do only muddies the water. Any casualties are sad but it has been said the armed forces are meant to "break ...

Alex Wysession

To the editor: The verbal shoot-out between John and Joe was fun, typos and bad grammar included. Stuff like this keeps the human element in opposing points of view that entertains while it educates the reader. It also nourishes a small paper such as ours. Before retirement I managed a local voluntary health association that depended upon papers such as yours to get it's message out, so I read many. "The Berlin Daily Sun" is the best I've encountered. It's ...