Letters To The Editor
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Many people know that as the Bennington County State's Attorney, I handle the prosecution of crimes and child protection matters in court. What most folks are unaware of, is that I am briefed about every individual in this county that dies outside … more
So many voices and so much presence made for a wall of opposition to the proposed rules, Series 2200, from the State Board of Education. Despite the snow, over 800 people packed into the (Burr & Burton Academy) gymnasium after we overflowed the … more
I have something to say to those liberals who are horrified about Trump being elected president. A lot of you liberals have the same Trump-like attitude in many ways. Anyone who says that those who can't sleep at night next to large wind turbines … more
Wow! Anyone who doubts the vitality of our community should check out the downtown Bennington holiday lighting. It is truly wonderful Congratulations to those responsible.— Deborah and John WilliamsBennington more
I attended last night's Select Board meeting and gave them a site of the Buck Hill location for a new town garage. The town is currently renting the lot. A rent with an option to buy could be done. The cost of the site work at … more
A healthcare crisis is coming down the road at very high speed. Getting rid of the ACA (Obamacare) is one of our new president's top priorities. That will end subsidized health insurance under the ACA, and the ACA's expansion of Medicaid. Millions … more
My name is Candy Hull and was homeless for two years. I was also homeless for two months prior to going to the Bennington County Coalition for the Homeless for help. During that time I was couch surfing, staying with friends. Each night I was unsure … more
We are very grateful to the students for choosing Vermont Technical College. Our program is well respected in the nursing world because of the high standards of the program and the quality of our graduates. As a measure of the program's quality, … more
Now that Vermont Governor-elect (Phil) Scott is about ready to take over for (Gov.) Peter Shumlin, we thought we'd send an email with some predictions. We think Scott will be a zero game changer for Vermont. We feel he will accomplish very little … more
To the editor: "Trail of Tears" (1838), "Wounded Knee" (1890) and now "The Dakota Pipeline" (2016). Making America great again at the cost of Native American displacement. "When will we ever learn? When will we ever learn?" … more
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