Letters to the Editor

To the Editor,
Here in Vermont, we’ve been struggling with a rising cost of living for a while now. However, over the last few years, thanks to Gov. Scott, we’ve seen movement in the right direction, especially as it relates to making our state more affordable.
As a Vermonter who is...
To the Editor,
The Vermont Republican Party has done it again. They are largely responsible for the current state of affairs with regards to the legal pot dilemma. Pot is being sold here in Vermont  illegally thanks to the House Republicans. They fought to the death against the legal pot...
To the Editor,
Regulatory delays, while frustrating to developers and other interested parties, sometimes signify that the process is working correctly. Such is likely the case with the regulatory timeline for the approval of the sale of Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant to NorthStar....
To the Editor,
Wow. What an awesome day we had. Thank you to all of the more than 350 people who came up on the hill to help us celebrate.
Serious appreciation to Lauren Harkawik and The Deerfield Valley News for a great front page article;  Organic Valley for product,prizes and...
To the Editor,
We wish to thank the enthusiastic audience in attendance for the 23rd annual “High Notes” concert performed by the Village Light Opera Group, Ltd of New York City, on Saturday, July 21, at Wilmington’s Memorial Hall.  This year’s concert featured songs from Broadway shows,...
To the Editor,
Teaching cute little goats to pounce on your back or jump up on you is a real no-no--imagine a 210 pound animal doing that! 
Actually there are stories of “cute little” llamas, alpacas, and goats that had to be euthenized because of similar behaviors taught by people...
To the Editor,
It was a picture-perfect day for Grace Cottage Family Health and Hospital’s 13th annual Tour de Grace on Saturday, July 7, and 141 bicycle riders, an all-time record number (ages 5 to 70’s!), thoroughly enjoyed the beautiful mostly-downhill route from Stratton Resort to...
To the Editor,
On behalf of Deerfield Valley Rescue, I’d like to thank the members of the Friends of The Valley for their generous support, as we endeavor to continue to offer the highest quality of pre-hospital care to our community residents.  
In keeping with the increased needs...
To the Editor,
Alright, enough is enough. Until now, I disagreed with many behaviors of Trump and his administration, but with the policy of separating immigrant children from their parents and then carelessly failing to quickly reunite them, I feel that a line has been crossed into true...
To the Editor,
On November 14, 2017, Deerfield Valley Rescue moved its operation to its new headquarters building at 22 Stowe Hill Road in Wilmington. The new facility offers much needed additional space to include offices, emergency vehicle bays, training-meeting room, storage, and staff...

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