Letters to the Editor

To the Editor,
What a wonderful place we live. A place where community takes care of community from birth to death. Joy is shared as well as sadness touches all, full time residents, second -home owners and visitors. In this trying time of pandemic all our emotions are on high alert but...
To the Editor,
Thank you, Lu Scheier, for continuing to raise awareness about tAhe importance of wearing face masks. This is a very crucial thing for everyone to do. I certainly don’t like to wear one, and I don’t necessarily like to follow rules. But this is a critical rule. United States...
To the Editor,
This goes out to our family, friends, and community: thank you for being Boyd strong.
As our family grieves for the passing of Cleon and Leon Boyd, we wanted to let you all know how much each and everyone of you means to us. The outpouring of love and strength from...
To the Editor,
While I agree with the sentiment of Mary Brady’s letter to the editor regarding the “Silverstein letter,” I strongly disagree with her reasoning.
I believe most would agree that Mr. Silverstein’s letter was offensive and, at a minimum, borderline racist. I am...
To the Editor:
I recently became aware that the census return in Wilming­ton has been very low.  I believe it was under 10% return.  I heard someone mentioned that they could not do the census because they had not received the paperwork in the mail, and did not have the number they needed...
To the Editor,
Just by wearing a mask in indoor public places we can help flatten the curve we’ve all been seeing on TV and help stop spreading the coronavirus.  
This epidemic will not miraculously go away. Protecting yourself and shielding others by just wearing a mask is a no...
To the Editor,   
This is the Deerfield Valley Community Cares 2019-2020 end-of-heating season report. 
We had an early start to winter again this year.  October brought some cold nights and many people were not prepared to start laying out money for heat that early.  This seems to...
To the Editor,
The valley is losing a dedicated, generous, knowledgeable public servant. 
Wilmington Town Clerk Susie Haughwout is retiring and moving down south. This is a huge blow to the Dover Town Clerk’s Office. I will no longer be able to call her up when I’m wondering how to...
To the Editor,
My wife, daughter and I moved permanently here to our home in Wilmington in 2017, after having been a second homeowner here for 17 years prior. It was an easy decision. We’ve always felt welcomed. 
We were aware that the town had a fire department, but not how it...
To the Editor, 
Shouting “FIRE” in a crowded theater that is not on fire is not covered by freedom of the press, nor by freedom of speech, and neither of these principles are related to your decision to publish Silverstein’s letter. 
At an unprecedented time when all communities are...

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