Letters To The Editor
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Editor of the Reformer:The Bellows Falls Area Senior Center wishes to thank those who made this year's Jamboree fundraiser an amazing success! Thank you to the Moose Family Center for generously hosting the event, including Ed and Karen Thomas and … more
Editor of the Reformer:Your recent mention of the Hyde Hill naming motion by the Bellows falls Trustees had incorrect information. The Reformer wrote "Resident Peter Bergstromm asked the Trustee Board for support for his petition to rename the hill … more
Editor of the Reformer: I read your article "State Sees `significant risk' in VY sale," (June 16) with interest. While everyone wants to see Vermont Yankee decommissioned sooner rather than later, the latest proposal from Entergy/NorthStar is … more
Editor of the Reformer:A recent letter to the editor is one of the reasons why my wife will never be a Democrat again or support their agenda. The real Americans in this country are getting tired of this same song and dance that only slams the … more
Editor of the Reformer:According to polls, Donald Trump's approval ratings run from the subpar upper 30 percent range to the lower 40 percent. How come - unless many who voted him into the presidency are now having second thoughts? And why now, … more
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 4. We sold about 1,500 raffle tickets. The dinner featured delicious pasta and pulled pork, … more
Editor of the Reformer:I am writing in reference to the article written by Chris Mays, published on Monday, "Homes and horse saved during barn fire." There were some important facts omitted and a false statement in the article and I'd appreciate … more
Editor of the Reformer: The fur is starting to fly as a consequence of Governor Phil Scott's willful misunderstanding of collective bargaining law as it applies to teacher health benefits and the continuing fallout from the push back against the … more
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
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