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This country waged a civil war over slavery in the mid-19th century. It struggled with the advancement of civil rights for all people, regardless of race and religion, in the 20th century. The …

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Editor of the Reformer, Please get out and vote for the school directors. There are two contested races, one in Brattleboro and one in Putney. There was a forum of the candidates (last week) and … more
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Editor of the Reformer, I am a member of the Brattleboro Energy Committee which is concerned with use and conservation of energy and related climate and environmental issues. It is currently … more
Editor of the Reformer, Thank you Brattleboro Community TV for streaming the Select Board candidates forum. It provided me with a fuller picture of where the candidates stand, and has solidified … more
Editor of the Reformer, I, Carl Dunchus, have had Kurt Daims for a landloard for going on four years, and he's one of the better landlords I've had in my time in Vermont. He's always willing to … more
Editor of the Reformer, I write to support David Schoales in his bid for re-election to his three-year seat on the Brattleboro Select Board. David has been on the right side of many important … more
Editor of the Reformer, In the Brattleboro Select Board race I am voting for David Schoales for the three-year seat and Daniel Quipp and Oscar Heller for the two one-year seats. I am doing this … more
Editor of the Reformer, Thank you, Brattleboro! The Harris Hill Ski Jump committee is grateful to all who helped make this year's annual ski jump a great success. The sponsors, donors, volunteers, … more
Editor of the Reformer, I'm writing in support of my neighbor, Oscar Heller, for Select Board. Oscar is a young technology professional — he formerly worked at Mondo Mediaworks, then founded … more
Editor of the Reformer, Impeachment was too painful: a daily reminder that life and love is a lie. When I was 6 years old I fell out of Mr. Jordan's cherry tree, dislocating my shoulder. As I … more

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