Letters to the Editor
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Editor:We live in a country that is eliminating any form of discrimination against anyone for any reason, even if you have a strong religious conviction such as believing homosexuality is wrong. It … more
Editor:In the innocence of childhood, I never thought it was weird to grow up in a cemetery. Well, across the road from it (Oakdale Cemetery, Wilton). For my brothers and I, it was our playground. We … more
Editor:Memorial Day was a time to reflect gratefully on those who have come before us; it is also a time to think about what lies ahead of us. For those who have died serving our country, it is an … more
Editor: I was pleased to read about Wilton Elementary Leadership Day in the May 2, 2019 issue of the paper. Being employed at a company for 36 years and having experienced growth from 13 to 250 … more
Editor:For more than four decades the Durant Volunteer Ambulance Service (DVAS) members have responded to people in need of medical assistance in the surrounding communities. Now we are asking for … more
Editor:In the 2016 Presidential election, Donald Trump received 51.8 percent of the Iowa vote. Hillary Clinton received 42.2 percent of the Iowa vote. Trump won the majority of the votes in Iowa.As … more
Editor:What makes me an American?Not just that I was born here. Being an American carries a larger meaning than that simple accident of birth.I am an American, because I believe in the principles and … more
When I heard that Wilton Jr./Sr. High language arts teacher Marcia Hetzler had resurrected the Wilton eighth grade Washington, D.C. trip, I was extremely happy. Around five years ago, the annual … more
Editor: I am writing in response to a Wilton Beaver Tale editorial printed March 28 by Katelyn Buckland. It is sad to hear high school kids have so much stress. Is it jobs, sports or family … more
Editor: Some of us are weary of the two parties attempting to only embarrass the other party while avoiding solving real problems. Here is a short list of subjects that any voter can ask … more
Editor: The City Council is taking the initiative to conduct a feasibility study for a hotel on Wilton’s west end. I might suggest that the study include the idea of a recreation center as part … more
Editor: Kim Reynolds is orchestrating a blatant grab for power. She wants to corrupt the judicial system by changing the way judges are appointed, from the present nonpartisan way to a way that … more
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