Letters to the Editor

To the Editor,
Summer has faded into fall and our focus often shifts. We turn from growing our gardens to harvesting them, and from beach time to school bus time.  In the world of politics and policies, fall also brings new implementation of laws that were passed during last year’s...
To the Editor,
We have to end the rat race to do the work we must to end the multiple crises created directly by or encouraged by the banking empire, who in turn controls the big press who in turn controls the outcome of elections by censoring the alternatives who attempt to change the...
To the Editor,
National Friends of Libraries Week starts Sunday, October 21, and I would like to celebrate it by recognizing the wonderful job that our friends group does.   They are a small, but mighty group that is so dedicated to helping the library. They are the people that haul boxes...
To the Editor,
During Fire Safety Week the Pettee Memorial Library storytime friends visited the Wilmington Fire Department. Many thanks go out to Chief Scott Moore, who taught us about fire safety at our homes and personal fire safety, but also was a guest reader and talked about our two...
To the Editor,
I am writing in response to the article written in last week’s paper  “School program seen as asset, development tool.”   
 As a broker in the Deerfield Valley and president of the Southern Vermont Board of Realtors, I think it is important for your readers to...
To the Editor,
We are in trouble, dire trouble, with the current administration and its congressional backing. I don’t mean tax breaks for the rich, or separated families, or blatant racism, or compromising the court, or mysogyny, or voter suppression, or the lack of respect for what many...
To the Editor,
Thank you Windham County residents for once again giving me your support in the August primary.  It is an honor that I never take for granted.  For those of you who have any of my signs from yester-year, feel free to dig them out of their storage places - under the cat’s...
To the Editor,
This year’s Feed the MOOver event at Shaw’s was very successful. We raised nearly $600 and received 98 bags of groceries, packages of snacks, containers of laundry detergent,  and bags of pet food.
Thank you to Shaw’s for hosting the event; to the MOOver and Randy...
To the Editor,
Myself and residents of Powderhorn Village in Wilmington are concerned with the abandoned material left behind at the Powderhorn 2 Cameo Construction Co. site. Building 10 was about to be constructed on lot below original Powderhorn buildings. Since the Hermitage Club began...
To the Editor,
I would like to extend a big thank you to “Bob the Builder” and Jeanette Felton for installing a new step and grab bar on the Masonic Hall in Wilmington.  
While the step and grab bar have only been in place for a week, everyone has commented positively about the...

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