Letter

Killington Select Board faux pas

Dear Editor, At the Killington select board meeting, Tuesday, June 21, Ms. Kathryn Bellis whose husband was killed in an accident involving Craig Mosher’s bull July 31, 2015, was allowed to speak at the meeting during citizens input. What she […]

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Local News

Mosher case worries farmers

By Stephen Seitz and Amy McClure RUTLAND – As Craig Mosher’s involuntary manslaughter case wends its way through the court system, farmers are worried about the future should there be a conviction. In July 2015, Connecticut resident Jon Bellis died […]

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Letter

Charges should be dropped against Mosher

Dear Editor, The criminal charges filed by the Rutland State’s Attorneys Office against Mr. Mosher are overreaching and should be totally dropped. An involuntary manslaughter charge (felony) against the responsible owner of a cow killed by a car—in light of […]

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Letter

Not criminal negligence

The accident which occurred on Rt. 4, July 31st was truly sad and tragic for all involved. Such devastating losses were suffered by all families and friends. I wondered but assumed, that someone who has ever driven these roads, in the […]

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Letter

A tragic accident and nothing more

I am greatly disheartened that the state has chosen to bring felony charges against Craig Mosher in the tragic accident that resulted in the death of John Bellis. Craig Mosher is an outstanding individual whose tireless and timely response to […]

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