Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:Last Sunday I won a "Name That Tune" contest at my church, Lee Congregational. It was so much fun being around all these kind, happy people with whom I worship every week, and so often I look around me and think, "God, I wish more … more
To the editor:Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who was just pardoned by the 45th president of the United States, chained a woman to her bed while she was giving birth. After she gave birth in forensic shackles, he would not let her even hold her baby for … more
Letters to the EditorWriters are limited to one letter per 30-day period. The Eagle reserves the right to edit all letters for length, style and content. Writers should confine letters to 400 words in length.All letters to the editor must include a … more
To the editor:The letter to the editor from former North Adams Regional Hospital's (NARH) finance director (Eagle, August 25) suggested that the hospital closed because nurses at that facility advocated for safe patient care. He threatened that the … more
To the editor:Thanks for The Eagle's close reporting of the environmental scar Tennessee Gas Pipeline (TGP) is inflicting on the Otis State Forest and on Sandisfield more generally.The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's rubber-stamp denial of … more
To the editor:I'm 59-years-old, and I have never been a bigot or a racist! I grew up in Alabama through the worst of our country's racial tensions. I was in the tenth grade when our schools were integrated. It was only myself and a handful of … more
fTo the editor:Kudos to Jenn Smith on her August 27 article about her eclipse journey. It is a fine read.We traveled to Greenville S.C. to view the eclipse in totality. Our trip, however, did not rival Jenn's, but wow — what a sight!William … more
To the editor:The local farm movement has brought bounty to our local pantries. The Sheffield Food Assistance Program is one of the beneficiaries of produce from our local farmers, Berkshire Bounty, Berkshire Grown, the Greenagers' raised-bed … more
To the editor:The Stockbridge chief of police's strong suggestion that a roundabout be constructed at the Red Lion intersection is simply silly (Eagle, August 21.) It betrays his scant knowledge of the town's history.Stockbridge is a most desirable … more
To the editor:Reasonable people are puzzled by Trump's contradictions and lies. When his basic aims are considered, however, these are less puzzling.Trump's greatest need is to be admired, even adored; any criticism or disapproval infuriates him and … more
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