Letters To The Editor
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Editor of the Reformer: I was pleased to see coverage of the Guilford Gravel Grinder bike race in your paper (May 22) and thank you for taking the time to cover our first year of a local event that we hope to grow in the future, and that we hope … more
Editors of the ReformerKudos to Brenda Siegel for her recent column ("Let's call this what it is — economic genocide," May 13).However, the Reformer could have picked a better heading. There are lots of people — Trump voters perhaps? … more
Editor of the Reformer:On Saturday May 13, school officials and citizens from across Vermont met for three hours to discuss alternatives to school district mergers under Act 46, Vermont's school governance consolidation law.Over 70 people attended, … more
Editor of the Reformer:To this day the trifecta of human fear, ignorance and superstition remains unparalleled. Without adequate tools to assimilate knowledge, early humans evolved beliefs to deal with the unknown. No other set of ensuing attitudes … more
Editor of the ReformerLetter carriers and rural letter carriers successfully held the 25th annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive across the nation on Saturday, May 13. Carriers in our corner of Vermont would like to thank each customer who donated by … more
Editor of the Reformer:Kevin Kamps' warning about supposedly "unrealistic and potentially misplaced" hopes to decommission Vermont Yankee makes me wonder if he has an alternative in mind to the proposed safe and prompt site decommissioning ("Vermont … more
Editor of the Reformer:The May 17 Reformer has an editorial on the recent legislative ethics bill asking "Is a toothless ethics bill better than nothing?" Good question. Imagine that you are a young child. Under the Christmas tree, there is a … more
Editor of the Reformer:This is a response to your recent editorial, "New prescription painkiller rules a good start."The editorial states that according to the Vermont Department of Health, 80 percent of heroin users started by misusing … more
Editor of the Reformer:On Tuesday, May 2, I was attending the Brattleboro Select Board meeting as a citizen, and at that meeting, I believe board member David Schoales publicly violated my civil rights as an officially and legally recognized white … more
Editor of the Reformer: I read with interest a recent letter about "Mother's Day is not for cows."As I grew up always hearing that "dairy cows are the foster mothers of the human race," I would like to correct a few of the misrepresentations made in … more
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