Letter, Opinion

F-35s over ventilators

Dear Editor, While Vermont communities were watching for signs the federal government would help them weather the current public health issues, 130 federal legislators had their sights set on something else. These members of Congress had the audacity to jointly […]

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Letter

Voting against our needs

Dear Editor, I’m trying to make sense of the recent VPR-Vermont PBS 2020 poll done in conjunction with Castleton University.  I’m not having much luck. A strong majority, 74%, favored raising the minimum wage. A majority, 56%, favored the family leave bill […]

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Letter, Opinion

Red Cross has urgent need for blood

Dear Editor, As workplaces, college campuses and schools temporarily close or urge remote work in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the impacts are being felt throughout the community and even the blood supply. Right now, the American Red Cross has […]

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Letter, Opinion

Help available amid crisis

Dear Editor, Black River Good Neighbor Services has served the people of Ludlow, Cavendish, Mount Holly, and Plymouth for over 40 years with food and financial assistance in times of need. With the global health crisis facing us now we […]

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Letter, Opinion

Climate action would help all

Dear Editor, Listening to Gov. Phil Scott on Vermont Public Radio recently as he mounted objection after objection to proposals to combat climate change, I kept thinking, “He’s missing something!” For every proposed climate solution suggested to him by callers […]

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Letter, Opinion

Who’s misleading whom?

Dear Editor, I was quite taken aback by the quote from Windsor Central Supervisory Union Superintendent Mary Beth Banios in the March 4 Mountain Times in response to Killington’s School Board Representative Jim Haff’s lobbying Killington residents to vote “no” […]

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