Letters To The Editor
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Let me ask this question ? Why the riots ? I would make the case their greatest fear is not that a President Trump will fail but that he would be successful. Thus proving that all the liberal Democrat big government free spending ideas are not … more
We are one sovereign state in a large nation - currently under attack. Our primary enemies not only take 90% of the money We the People earn for them they steal our democracy by paying our elected officials to pass laws their lobbyists write. … 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
Supports Moran for Rep. My name is Chris Pratt and I am the superintendent of schools for Windham Southwest Supervisory Union. Over that past 16 months as superintendent I have been working with our school boards to come with the ACT 46 proposal. … more
I write to thank the voters for re-electing me to serve in the Vermont House representing the Arlington, Manchester, Sandgate, and Sunderland district. Thank you to all who voted. To those who voted for me, I will do everything that I can to justify … more
It is unfortunate that Mr. Keelan (Banner, Dec. 17) makes the effort to disparage well-meaning, hard-working, and — yes — caring people who were on the Chamber of Commerce Board in Manchester. While everyone involved would have liked to … more
Fellow residents of Bennington and the surrounding area, we at the Vermont Veterans' Home want to thank you for participating in this year's National Wreaths Across America Day at the Vermont Veterans' Home.Each December on National Wreaths Across … more
On Behalf of the Bennington-Rutland Supervisory Union (BRSU), we would like to offer our sincerest thanks and praises to the organizations that graciously donated gifts and food items to students and families throughout our school district during … more
Recent news coverage has detailed how our forestry sector is struggling due to a collapsing market for low-grade wood. Maintaining a working forestry economy should be a concern to all Vermonters, whether or not you or a family member works directly … more
When researching the age of consent within the context of the history of human sexuality in western civilization, the most notable consequence of archaic patriarchal sex laws is the dehumanizing effect on sexual norms. In the United States, the very … more
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