Letters to the Editor

To the Editor,
In the travel and tourism industry, we often refer to this time of year as the “shoulder season.” It indicates a lull in visitors to Vermont and thus a down time for businesses. Don’t be deceived.
For a successful summer and fall, this is when we prepare for the busy...
To the Editor,
Approximately 50 community members of all ages met at The Dover School on a beautiful sunny Green Up Day to volunteer their time to help clean up our town. Many green bags of trash were collected and Dover looks much better due to everyone’s efforts.   
A big thank...
To the Editor,
Twin Valley Youth Sports would like to take the opportunity to publicly recognize and thank all the people and organizations that have donated to their Renovate The Field Fund thus far. We are approximately one-third of the way to our goal and have raised $41,721. With...
To the Editor,
The recent leak of the draft decision by the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v Wade portends a major shift in almost 50 years of reproductive health care in America. As outrageous as it is on its face, it is a call to action for Vermont. The Reproductive Liberty Amendment,...
To the Editor,
April was National Volunteer Month and the theme for 2022 was “Volunteering is Empathy in Action.” At Brattleboro Area Hospice, we celebrate our volunteers every month; they are the very core of who we are and how we do what we do. They are empathy in action. We love to sing...
To the Editor,
I am furious that the town would put my elderly and handicapped clients as well as myself - I am handicapped - out to park so far from my salon, as to make it impossible for them to come into my salon for services.
Is the town planning on paying me for the loss of...
To the Editor,
As Christian leaders in Vermont, we are deeply saddened and troubled by the murder of Fern Feather and the shattering of the door of the Pride Center in Burlington.
Diversity, inclusion and justice are core values of our faith. On Friday and Saturday, April 22 and 23...
To the Editor,
I would like to thank everyone for helping with Green Up. There was such a great turn out. Jack Pine Pirates also helped with all of the trails. We even had a member from that club from a different town, which was awesome. The American Legion Post 29 did a great job serving...
To the Editor,
Vermont’s Green Up Day was May 7. Once again folks in Wilmington came through.  98 people of all ages volunteered to pick up roadside litter. These included a group from the new Hermitage Club and a group from the local chamber.  Altogether over 200 Green-Up bags were filled...
To the Editor,
This past Saturday many people came out to help with the Whitingham and Jacksonville Green Up Day. Thank you to all who came out to help clean up our town. A big thank you to the Whitingham/Jacksonville Lion’s Club for providing a delicious lunch. Lion’s members John Doty,...

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