Letter to the editor: County fortunate to have abundance of volunteers

The Addison Independent Volunteer section every spring is always so enjoyable to read — to see how many people are out there giving their time to supporting others.

Letter to the editor: Biden gave an honest speech

As I was listening to President Biden’s recent speech with tears in my eyes, I was so glad to see him talking straight to all of us in such inclusive terms.

Pet of the week: Arlo

We adopted Arlo from Homeward Bound in early December and immediately fell in love.

Letter to the editor: Middlebury makes strides

Now that we are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel of the Middlebury railway project, I am reflecting back on the excellent customer service, hard work and assertive creativity that so many people put into keeping the town vibrant. Some of my perso … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Let’s steer kids to public service

I have a suggestion for next holiday season: instead of inviting children to send in their letters to Santa, how about asking them to send a letter listing the things they want to do for others? Maybe include adults also. Thanks for being such a terrific … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Vermont must not resell confiscated firearms

I am astounded and horrified to hear that confiscated guns are being sold back into society in Vermont. We have an immediate and serious problem with guns, and the government is selling them! The article in the Oct. 30 Seven Days newspaper states that one … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Dismayed by tone used in manure-runoff article

I was dismayed at the tone and some of the content of comments in an article by Christopher Ross in the July 18 Addison Independent. The article on the meeting about Ag agency exemption policies focused, in part, on manure run-off on a Panton farm. An imp … (read more)