Letters to the Editor

To the Editor,
If you are looking for a place to donate before the end of the year, where every penny goes to feeding children, remember our Food 4 Kids, an outreach of the Loose Knit Group/West Dover Congregational Church.  
Children of four local elementary schools (Dover,...
To the Editor,
As I gradually lost my sight over my lifetime, I realized how important work is. Obviously, it provides the income you need to live, but it also shapes identity, builds confidence, and provides purpose and meaning.  I benefited from all the preceding because I was able to...
To the Editor,
Every Vermonter has the right to thrive and live their life free from violence. Unfortunately, the reality is that too many Vermonters aren’t safe. Each year, thousands of Vermonters experience domestic or sexual violence.
What would it mean to Vermont if our homes...
To the Editor,
Over the last year rural Vermont, much like rural America, has been hit hard by this pandemic. While our small rural state has much to be proud of in terms of the collective sacrifice of our communities in remaining socially distant and abiding by public health guidelines,...
To the Editor,
The challenges facing Vermont call on us to unite to build a better future. The Vermont Council on Rural Development, a neutral facilitator of public process, is excited to share the first draft of “The Vermont Proposition,” an effort to set nonpartisan priorities for...
To the Editor,
The challenges facing Vermont call on us to unite to build a better future. The Vermont Council on Rural Development, a neutral facilitator of public process, is excited to share the first draft of “The Vermont Proposition,” an effort to set nonpartisan priorities for...
To the Editor,
Consider this: Let’s say you live in the small town of Cambridge, in rural Lamoille County. You have one elected representative the voters send to the Vermont House of Representatives, and one elected senator to represent the county in the Vermont Senate. So, in total,...
To the Editor
The Dover Police Department and the Windham County Sheriff’s Department are accepting donations for Toys for Kids.  The toys collected will be distributed by the American Legion.  Anyone who wants to donate to Toys for Kids may drop an unwrapped item at the Dover Police...
To the Editor,
La Casita Restaurant and  Pickwell’s Barn of Wilmington are happy to announce we will be distributing 100 free meals for the holidays as well as cash gifts.
Pick up your holiday dinner at La Casita on Wednesday, December 23, between 2 and 4 pm. Limited delivery will...
To the Editor,
In the face of underperformance by OneCare Vermont, the Scott administration has issued an “Implementation Improvement Plan.” The assumption behind this reboot report is that the model is sound and merely needs adjustments.
But the report fails to address the biggest...

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