Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: School Committee’s first priority should be the needs of school administrators not later start time. For at least the third year in a row school administrators have … more
Editor’s note: This letter from the R.I. Department of Transportation is in response to last week’s article about local bike advocacy group’s criticism of proposed budget cuts for … more
To the editor: Conspiracy theories concerning the public library, secret files, and the targeting of political appointees sound like the plot line of the latest thriller airing on your favorite … more
To the editor: Board of Trustees “a governing body of an organization, ensuring the best interest of the organization’s stakeholders”. Stakeholder “investor, interested parties”. In … more
To the editor: I am so saddened, upset, and cannot believe how women call for a vote to extend the Roe vs. Wade decision on abortion. How can women kill their own babies?  Freedom of choice does … more
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and war correspondent, David Wood, writes in his book, “What Have We Done? The Moral Injury of Our Longest Wars”: “When there is casual … more
To the editor: I would like to thank the gentleman who congratulated me and my colleagues on our successful campaigns in a recent letter to the editor, entitled “The Tell.” I’d … more
To the editor: Author Matthew Hertenstein wrote a book named “The Tell”. In it he contends that little clues reveal big truths about who we are.  John Sterling, renown … more
Sometime ago I wrote a letter to the editor entitled, “How to Delude the Voting Public,” referencing the duplicitous campaign run by progressive Bristol Democrats and Laufton Ascencao … more
To the editor: Am I the only local resident appalled by the Westport Conservation Land Trust’s cutting all the trees along Adamsville Road just east of the pond?  When I have walked home … more
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