Letter to the editor: Vehicle making scary sound

My car has been very scary.

Letter to the editor: Pay attention to the needs at BES and all local schools

Save Community Schools supports the staff, students and families of Bristol Elementary School.

Letter to the editor: Easement deal was violated

Think twice before signing a Middlebury Regional Planning easement. I speak about the sidewalk through the Pulp Mill Bridge area.

Letter to the editor: ‘Unpacking’ the latest jargon

Like some of you, perhaps, I don’t want to “unpack” anything anymore. Particularly during COVID when it is hard to travel.

Letter to the editor: BES problems predate COVID

I was a classroom teacher at Robinson Elementary School in Starksboro from 1999 until this past June.

Letter to the editor: Rubright family thankful for charitable effort

Three years ago, we lost Deane Rubright, a beloved father, son, brother, uncle, and friend in a tragic accident.

Letter to the editor: Social media companies are undermining democracy

Why do people continue to use Facebook? This is a company that has contributed to divisiveness in our country.

Letter to the editor: The BLM flag is a divider

Every morning the custodian of the school goes out and raises the American Flag, sadly the children inside that school, do not know the Pledge of Allegiance nor the Stars Bangled Banner or any patriotic songs.

Letter to the editor: BES cuts led to current unrest

Recent events at Bristol Elementary School have caused me to be very concerned about the school that my 9-year-old grandson attends.

Letter to the editor: New terms for society’s woes

The horrific pandemic that is ravaging this nation and the entire world has illuminated a frightening national state of affairs.

Letter to the editor: ‘Phoners’ must rid themselves of their distractions

Phoners, that’s the term I coined for those people that have decided it’s their God-given right to drive and phone at the same time.

Letter to the editor: MAUSD’s coaching system is failing children

I was a classroom teacher at Bristol Elementary School from 1996-2018. I am deeply saddened to hear about the recent events at the school. I am also, unfortunately, not surprised.

Letter to the editor: Schools need different governing structure

As a former special education teacher, I was dismayed, saddened and angry as I listened to teachers at the Oct. 12 Mount Abraham Union School District school board meeting.

Letter to the editor: Parents must get involved in schools

Today I saw that a local town has elementary students who terrorize the classrooms, including the teachers, and get away with it. Huh? You are kidding me, right?

Letter to the editor: Solar arrays a pleasure to see

In response to Bill McKibben’s editorial, when I see solar arrays or wind turbines I am very glad.

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