Letters to the Editor


Letter to the editor: Calling all volunteers

We are enthusiastically preparing for our 2015 Annual Days of Caring.

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Letter to the editor: Hubbardton says thanks

The Town of Hubbardton would like to thank you for all the media coverage you gave us.

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Letter to the Editor: Another thought-provoking Eagle editorial

Thank you for an interesting editorial in the July 4, 2015, the Vermont Eagle!

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Letter to the Editor: Pack the Paramount

On behalf of the hundreds of families who will benefit, bravo to everyone who helped make Pack the Paramount a tremendous success.

Don’t eat meat | Letter to the Editor

Nearly 240 years ago, our founding fathers declared our national independence from Great Britain.

Doing Diwali at Middlebury | Guest Viewpoint

Hindus want Diwali, most popular Hindu holy day, listed on the 2015-2016 Academic Calendar (and beyond) of Vermont’s Middlebury College, which claims to be “a top-tier liberal arts college”.

The Eagle’s Grand Prize | Letter to the Editor

I just wanted to thank you for creating such a wonderful yearly event—the Grand Prize.

Raffle success | Letter to the Editor

On behalf of the children and staff at St. Mary’s School, we would like to thank all of those who participated to make our annual Spring into Summer Raffle such an amazing success again this year.

Fit meat | Letter to the Editor

President Obama directed federal agencies to serve antibiotic-free meat and poultry in government cafeterias.

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Letter to the Editor: Natural gas

Those of us in the Middlebury business community who own or operate a facility that is currently dependent on fuel pil and/or propane have been waiting patiently for the arrival of natural gas to our area. The economic benefits are substantial and will result in substantially healthier bottom lines.

Firewood Awareness Week Buy Local - Burn Local

The locavore movement in Vermont is strong, whether vegetables, meat, craft beer, or goods and services.

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Letter to the Editor: No resemblance

Harry S. Truman, before he became 33rd President of the United States on April 12, 1945, was a Senator from the great state of Missouri. Harry served his country with honor as an artillery officer in World War 1. As a Senator during the Second World War,

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Guest Viewpoint: Volunteers, donors help Rutland bloom

With Rutland Blooms’ biggest project to date now complete, thanks to the support of dozens of businesses, organizations and individuals, more than 200 trees have been added to the cityscape, improving it for generations.

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A Vermonter visits Vietnam

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My recent visit to Vietnam was spent exclusively in the north, in Hanoi, Halong Bay—a few hours north of Hanoi—and the ethnic tribal areas further north near the Chinese border, an overnight train trip from Hanoi.

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Guest Viewpoint: U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders

In his typical flamboyant manner, U.S. Sen. Bernard Sanders, our self-proclaimed socialist, has announced his campaign for president. There’s no doubt Sen. Sanders will generate plenty of buzz.