Letters To The Editor
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Editor of the Reformer:The 12h annual Walk for Amber walkathon, raffle and pasta dinner in support of the Amber Bernier Scholarship fund was held on June 4th. We sold about 1,500 raffle tickets. The dinner featured delicious pasta and pulled pork, … more
Editor of the Reformer:Vermont and New Hampshire are currently in the midst of an extreme tick infestation. I have been seeing many patients with tick related problems such as tick bites, embedded mouth parts, Lyme disease and Anaplasma. The vast … more
Editor of the Reformer:Vermonters welcome spring for a variety of reasons: We get to spend more time outdoors, usually there's a lot more sunshine, we can get into our gardens, be out on the water, or hit the … more
Editor of the Reformer:It was great to be part of the well over 100 folks who showed up at Pliny Park two weeks ago in support of the state budget and in support of teachers, while similar gatherings happened all over the state. Our voices are … more
Editor of the Reformer: Saving money in a safe way — that has been the commitment and focus for Vermont Yankee shutdown and decommissioning ever since the plant ceased operations in 2014. The decommissioning trust fund is large (almost $600 … more
Editor of the Reformer:       A Brattleboro Union High School social issues advocacy project prompted the school administration to censor one student's work. The student chose to advocate for the Free the Nipple campaign, a … more
Editor of the Reformer: In this year of political polarity, I was proud and heartened when the Vermont Legislature passed its budget with tri-partisan support and only one dissenting vote. That is until Governor Scott vetoed it. I believe the … more
Editor of the Reformer:Last week the Reformer reported on the resolution of the criminal case against the former director of Putney Family Services, nearly a year-and-a-half after the case was opened. The Putney Family Services board has put in … more
Editor of the ReformerI have practiced medicine for over 50 years and have observed many changes in my chosen field. None have been so disruptive, outrageous, and almost downright criminal as has been those perpetrated on the American public by the … more
Editor of the Reformer:We have a long-time fragmented social, political and media environment now with intensified partisanship ricocheting off the walls from newsrooms to living rooms to boardrooms. What brought this heightened nightmare to … more
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