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To the Editor, 
It was a beautiful Thursday on May 3. It stopped snowing and raining and while the day buzzed along, Whitingham resident, former standout athlete and father Chad Lackey was out working in his yard.  Chad was busily doing the spring cleanup raking routine when he noticed...
To the Editor,
A number of restaurants have closed this spring in town.  When you only have a few places to choose from, in a popular ski town, something is wrong.  I’d like to thank The Last Chair, under new management, for opening.  
I took my grandchildren on a beautiful night...
To the Editor,
In the past few decades our society has witnessed unprecedented change in almost every area of life. This includes our professional experiences. The work we do and the ways we carry it out bear little resemblance to what most people took for granted at the start of the new...

To the Editor,
We would like to thank the community for the overwhelming support, prayers, and kindness over the last week during our tragic loss of our son Connor.
Special thanks to the Rotary Club, Covey & Allen Funeral Home, Our Lady of Fatima church, all the...
To the Editor,
I wish to thank my many friends and relatives for attending  my unbelievable 90th birthday open house. A special thank you to Greg and Brenda, and Gary and Carolyn, and to our great family friends Lynn and Mike Carrier, who  were a big help  in coodinating the party and the...
To the Editor,
The recent Supreme Court decision caps 16 months marked by uncertainty for Muslims and many others in the United States, as well as for those seeking to travel and study here. 
For more than 50 years, the School for International Training has dedicated itself to...
To the Editor,
 The medical marijuana dispensary questionnaire went the way it did not because the information wasn’t made available or the voting sample was too small or was hidden from the general population. It was from the indifference of the majority.     
 Mr. Gilpin Jr’s...
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Dover released the results of the recent marijuana survey last Tuesday. Only 144 voters (residents of Dover), who are not necessarily taxpayers and possibly renters, responded. Also, 34 taxpayers responded who might or might not be year-round residents.  To base a result on...
To the Editor,
Do we cover up the reality of dying by using the word “passing ” as was recently suggested in the column Aging In Place? Sure, sometimes we do. Stop for a moment and consider why. Could it possibly be that when a loved one dies it is so difficult, painful and heartbreaking...
To the Editor,
Pettee Memorial Library story time kids and I would like to give huge thanks to Laurie Caplan for visiting our story time this past Monday. We were reading about honey bees. Laurie, a beekeeper, brought her hive and beekeeper’s suit and all the accoutrements. Through her...

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