Letters To The Editor
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The Bennington Select Board has cleared its customary business agenda on Monday Feb. 13 in order to invite the community for conversation with the board about matters which you believe can and will make a difference to you the members of our … more
Southwestern Vermont is in need of Guardians ad Litem. The State of Vermont mandates that a Guardian ad Litem be appointed when a child comes to the attention of the Family Court because of abuse and neglect. Judges may appoint a GAL for juveniles … more
In reply to Bernie Sander's article, "Will Trump Have the guts to stand up to Big Pharma?"Sanders' letter asked to make importing drugs from other countries legal to save American citizens money. This is not the answer.Will Bernie Sanders have the … more
The obstacles faced by Dr. Mugits at Molly Stark School when he tried his darndest to provide the same learning experience for his students as students from Shaftsbury and Monument will soon be enjoying, shines a light on the unequal educational … more
After attending the Feb. 1 (Bennington School District) meeting, I was saddened and disappointed to hear Dr. (Michael) Mugits turn in his resignation. Something that could have easily been avoided had board members acted in a professional and … more
United Counseling Service Developmental Services Division would like to recognize the Bennington Rescue Squad management and staff for their dedication and commitment to public service. Our agency salutes the daily allegiance that the EMTs have with … more
What happens when one group decides to construct walls — legal, physical, or ideological — out of fear and loathing felt towards an "other?" How does the relationship between Americans and peoples around the world change when rampant … more
Children are our future. When it comes to preparing our children for success in school, relationships and life, the first years are the most important. I have worked at various child care centers around my town, and I'm shocked at what it costs for … more
In a 21st century society, coyote killing contests, often known as "canned hunts," are an outdated and cruel source of "entertainment." In exchange for cash or other prizes, these "contests" allow coyote hunters to kill in a variety of categories, … more
Governor Phil Scott put forth reasonable and achievable proposals for bold improvements to our education system in his recent budget address, and to ensure the fiscal responsibility he promised during the campaign. In addition, Vermonters elected … more
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