Letters To The Editor
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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
Editor of the Reformer: So Green Mountain Power wants yet another rate hike? The Public Service Board should make it a condition of approving the rate increase, that GMP President Mary Powell disclose her levels of annual and deferred compensation, … more
Editor of the Reformer:An article in the Reformer dated April 27 incorrectly reported that Vernon Library Director Kris Berberian had resigned and left her position on April 24. A correct report on the subject would have said "Vernon Library … more
Editor of the Reformer:We are seventh graders at The Monadnock Waldorf School in Keene, N.H. We are writing to you because we are concerned that the Trump Administration is not making equality, ethics, and environmental protection their top priority … more
Editor of the Reformer:The Wardsboro History Group Photo Committee would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank The Windham Foundation of Grafton for the gift of a grant recently received.We are all very thankful that The Windham Foundation … more
Editor of the Reformer:Talking about race is very challenging. As a white, since 1969 I have led and participated in dialogues and classes from fourth grade to adults in communities, classes and organizations. Some of them have been all white and … more
Editor of the Reformer:I am writing to inform the voters of state of Vermont of the multiple issues confronting educators in terms of health care insurance here in the state of Vermont.For over two decades, educators have received their health care … more
Editor of the Reformer:John McClaughry's recent commentary ("Four very serious but widely ignored threats," May 9) was so misguided and outrageous it's really hard to know where to begin a response.He spent the initial part of his commentary mocking … more
Editor of the Reformer:In response to a quote published in "Wilmington home still too big for neighbor," May 8 — "I don't think that it's the most beautiful thing I've ever designed or seen but I think it meets the requirements of what they … more
Editor of the Reformer:Thank you for the light-hearted comedy piece by John McClaughry in the op-ed section of the Tuesday Reformer. He has been known to be a bit heavy and completely off base in the past, but this recent effort on his part to be … more
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