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    Letters: Unfair depiction of BUHS students

    11/26/2015 07:23 PM EST
    Unfair depiction of BUHS students Editor of the Reformer; I am writing in response to comments made by Olivia Krzeminski and quoted in the recent article, "Windham County Legislative Breakfast Weighs Risks of Legalizing Pot" by Maddi Shaw. 
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    Letter: Right message, wrong date
    11/25/2015 01:32 PM EST - Right message, wrong date Editor of the Reformer: Your "Cartoonist's take" on Nov. Full Story

    Letter: Not enough workers?
    11/25/2015 01:32 PM EST - Not enough workers? Editor of the Reformer: The head of the Vermont Agency of Transportation says there in dire need of help, that if a three-day storm hit the state, they don't have enough people to plow. Full Story

    Letters: Misinformation about marijuana
    11/25/2015 01:32 PM EST - Misinformation about marijuana Editor of the Reformer: It makes me laugh every time I read about all the confusion about legalizing marijuana. Full Story

    Letter: Is justice blind, deaf and dumb?
    11/24/2015 09:19 PM EST - Is justice blind, deaf and dumb? Editor of the Reformer: I heard a story this morning which disturbed me and shook my faith in the world. Full Story

    Letter: We don't want it
    11/24/2015 09:19 PM EST - We don't want it Editor of the Reformer: On Tuesday, Nov. Full Story

    Letter: Welch is right
    11/24/2015 09:19 PM EST - Welch is right Editor of the Reformer: Our good Representative in the House, Peter Welch, is right on in his heroic attack on the currently mandated program of a 10 percent dilution of our gasoline with corn ethanol — indeed, now projected soon to be kicked up to an even higher percentage. Full Story

    Letter: No turkey for us
    11/23/2015 09:24 PM EST - No turkey for us While President Obama is pardoning two turkeys for Thanksgiving, every one of us can exercise that same presidential power by choosing a non-violent Thanksgiving observance that spares a turkey's life. Full Story

    Ricky Davidson: Brattleboro already has a safe place for kids and teens
    11/24/2015 07:07 AM EST - I am writing today in response to an article that ran in this weekend's Brattleboro Reformer. Full Story

    Your thanks
    11/22/2015 09:44 PM EST - Editor of the Reformer: Congratulations to Debbie Bokum of West Chesterfield, whose winning ticket for the Ford F150, was drawn by Tim Johnson of WTSA on October 1 at the raffle party hosted by the Marina Restaurant. Full Story

    (Colin Young-Wolff)
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    Coldplay singer Chris Martin suggested ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow sing some lyrics she wrote for their new single “Everglow.”