Sam Ward

To the editor: Dear "Berlin Daily Sun" staff, Since your website address has changed, I don't know if this is still the proper e-mail address for contacting you. I have e-mailed you several times before. My name is Sam Ward and I am totally blind. My dad used to work for Gulf Oil, and as a teenager, I used to come up to visit the Berlin area sometimes when I was living in Shelburne, Vermont, near Burlington. I always wanted to know what was going on in the Berlin area, ...

Beverly Raymond

To the editor: I am writing this letter hoping to entice some of you into volunteering for a very worthwhile cause. We operate the Tri-County CAP, Inc., Alzheimer's Respite Center, located at the Berlin Senior Center at 610 Sullivan Street in Berlin. (What use to be the Angel Guardian School Building). Let me familiarize you with what we do. We take care of loved ones with Alzheimer's Disease or related dementia that shouldn't be left alone. We care, entertain, ...

Nathan Morin

To the editor: Sen. Joe Lieberman is the only presidential candidate that can beat President Bush. He is more in line with mainstream America and is known for being able to work with both parties, an ability that President Bush and the other presidential candidates do not possess. We need a president that will be willing to make compromises rather than push either party's ideology. If we re-elect President Bush we will continue to see no progress on the important issues that ...

Rep. Ed Mears

To the editor: I am supporting Dick Gephardt for president because he has proven to me, he will fight for workers and their families. We've lost too many good paying jobs in New Hampshire and throughout the country to take a chance on a candidate who says one thing today, despite having done the opposite thing a few years ago. For example, there are Democratic candidates for president who talk about only supporting trade treaties that have tough labor and environmental standards ...

Shelley Proulx

To the editor: As the executive director of the Greater White Mountain Chapter of the American Red Cross, it is my privilege to work with many dedicated volunteers. October 5-11, is National Fire Prevention Week, making it an appropriate time to publicly express my appreciation for those volunteers who assist with local disaster response. Many people don’t realize that when the local fire department responds to a home fire, the Red Cross also answers the call. Our unsung heroes are on ...