August 22, 2002 RSS feed / Letters

Big Business Has No Code But Greed

Letters / Aug. 22, 2002 /

Mr. Meub's letter in the August 8 edition calls for a reply. I'm willing to accept that many local businesses, perhaps even statewide ones, operate in an ethical honest manner. Read More

Offers Ideas For Better Skating

Letters / Aug. 22, 2002 /

My name is Jeff McDermott and I just returned home from a great week of vacationing in beautiful Vermont. My family and I spent the weekend in Randolph (we have relatives living in Randolph) and read the article concerning your skate park. Read More

Scope of Stories In Vacation Issue

Letters / Aug. 22, 2002 /

I am continually amazed at the superior articles you produce in your vacation issue every year, as well as many other articles in your regular issues. Read More

Reasons To Keep Rest Areas Here

Letters / Aug. 22, 2002 /

I am writing to express my great disappointment in Governor Dean's proposal to close down the Randolph rest areas on Interstate 89.  I am hopeful that the Joint Fiscal Committee will do the right thing and keep these areas open. Read More

Cemetery Fans Say 'Thanks'!

Letters / Aug. 22, 2002 /

The Herald's Aug. 1 front page story about a website listing of stones in Randolph's cemeteries brought the biggest flood of emails we have ever experienced in response to a story. Read More

Safety Is Reason

Letters / Aug. 22, 2002 /
For Rest Areas

It is unfortunate and misguided that our Randolph rest areas on Interstate 89 are being considered for closure as a cost saving measure because of the state's recent budget deficit. Read More

Youths Decorated Joslyn House

Letters / Aug. 22, 2002 /
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Preschool Welcomes Former Director

Letters / Aug. 22, 2002 /

The newly elected board of directors at Randolph Community Preschool (RCP) would like to thank all RECP parents and community members who have been so supportive during the recent transitions at the preschool. Read More

Not Asking For ‘Purification’

Letters / Aug. 22, 2002 /

With reference to your editorial of Aug. 1 regarding Vermont Pure, it does not follow that to oppose their new permit requests and to hold them accountable for complying with their present permits is anti-business. Read More

Comments On Vacation Edition

Letters / Aug. 22, 2002 /

Happy Vacation! I certainly enjoyed the photo on the front page by Robert Eddy, "Growing in Braintree." Read More

Found Their Dog Thanks To All

Letters / Aug. 22, 2002 /

On July 27 our little Sheltie dog disappeared from our back yard. We had gotten him when he was six weeks old and he had just turned three years old one July 21st. Read More

Randolph Needs Vermont Pure

Letters / Aug. 22, 2002 /

As a former business owner and mother of a son who owns a business in town, it bothers me to read about all the negative remarks about Vt. Pure not being a good neighbor and they should look for springs elsewhere. Read More

Randolph Zoning At Critical Point

Letters / Aug. 22, 2002 /

Heard it through the grapevine, cooking dinner for friends just before leaving on a trip Read More

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Despite Hardships, Her Mom Achieves

Letters / Aug. 22, 2002 /

This is a story of my mother, Mary Styles Johnson, born in Jamaica, Vt., on Aug. 5, 1946. She was raised in Bethel by a wonderful foster family, Frank and Mary Arnold. Read More