Letters To The Editor
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Editor of the Reformer:On behalf of all mothers everywhere, I wish to take issue the use of the phrase, "the mother of all bombs" when referring to the recent large hole blown into Afghanistan.A mother is a creator of life. A mother's role is to … more
Editor of the Reformer:According to the Afterschool Alliance, the nation's leading voice for afterschool programs and organizations, "The academic achievement gap between students from lower- and higher-income families has grown by 40 percent in 30 … more
Editor of the Reformer:A couple of weeks ago, I heard that New York State was going to offer free college tuition for children of middle class families. The maximum family income would be 125K and the students would have to pledge to work in NY … more
Editor of the Reformer:I enjoyed reading the article of April 19th about the Humane Society's planned expansion. How wonderful that in addition to their good work caring for household pets, they are also providing for another species with a new … more
Editor of the Reformer:Act 46, also known as a Trojan Horse entering every community in Vermont, is still circling each town's square.We are no further along with answers to what Act 46 is all about than we were at Town Meeting Day — in fact, … more
Editor of the Reformer:As a forester/educator, there are two issues that are "dear" to my heart: Bears and ticks. In terms of bears, there isn't a workshop that I lead when someone doesn't ask "What should I do if I see a bear?" I answer, "If you … more
Editor of the Reformer:The following is an open letter to Louis Porter, the Commissioner of the Vermont Fish and Game Department.I represent The Timber Rattlesnake Conservation Council, a group of about two dozen field ecologists, herpetologists, … more
Editor of the Reformer:Last Tuesday at the Brattleboro Select Board meeting, Indigenous Day was voted to replace Columbus Day.I was the only person to speak against this erasure of history. I have both a phobias of meetings and of public speaking … more
Editor of the Reformer:As it should be, there is an overriding concern for safety issues as the marijuana legalization snail bill creeps through the byzantine loops of the Legislature, so much so, that the safety issues are secure, but the … more
Editor of the Reformer:Brooks Memorial Library and the community are a better place because of our volunteers. National Volunteer week is April 23 through 29. National Volunteer week was established in1974 by President Nixon. Each year, the current … more
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