Letters to the Editor policy
The Telegraph welcomes letters up to 250 words (2000 characters) from its readers that are exclusive to this newspaper. All letters must contain the writer's name, home address and day/night telephone numbers for confirmation purposes. Only the writer's name and hometown will be published.
The Telegraph does not publish anonymous letters, those written under an assumed name or containing only the writer's initials. Nor does it publish form letters or those written as part of an orchestrated campaign.
Letters must be in good taste and free of libel or personal attacks. Those that exceed 250 words are subject to shortening or rejection, and writers are limited to one published letter every 30 days.
While e-mail is the preferred method, we continue to accept letters mailed to:
The Telegraph, Letters to the Editor,
17 Executive Drive
Hudson, NH 03051
or faxed to 603-882-2681.