Letters to the Editor

poliquin
16 June 2015

To the editor:

For decades, Maine's Second Congressional District was home to dozens of thriving paper, textile, shoe, and leather factories and mills that employed tens of thousands of hard-working Maine families.

c347349_m
12 June 2015

To the editor:

With the SAD 27 school budget having been overwhelmingly voted down on June 9, it is time for everyone to work together to come up with a sustainable budget that everyone can live with.

Jessica-and-Nic
12 June 2015

A mother's letter to her graduating son:

Dear Nic,

You are graduating from high-school tonight, and I love you.

c347349_m
2 June 2015

To the editor:

Webster’s Dictionary defines ‘Childish’ as: 1. “marked by or suggestive of immaturity and lack of poise (a childish spiteful remark) 2. Deteriorated with age especially in mind : Senile”. Both definitions fit Maine Gov LePage, but more so the 2nd one.

c347349_m
12 May 2015

To The Editor:

There are only two truisms in American Life: Death and Taxes.

c347349_m
6 May 2015

To the editor:

Alexandre, Amélie, and Audrey would like to take this opportunity to thank the three incredible individuals that risked their lives to save our family: Kenneth Jandreau, Gerald Jandreau and the State Trooper Adam Stoutemeyer.

Dubay-Family_Dustin-Husson-Awards
1 May 2015

To the editor:

County Pride - Our son, Dustin Dale Dubay, has achieved so much at Husson University over the years. He will be graduating with his MBA in Accounting from Husson University on May 10, 2015. He has obtained a position as a staff accountant with PricewaterhouseCoopers of Boston, Mass. He will be starting there in September.

c347349_m
29 April 2015

To the editor:

Last year, we discovered that veterans in Phoenix, Arizona, had waited for more than 100 days to receive the medical attention they desperately needed.

p325376_m
27 April 2015

To the editor:

This spring will mark the 40th year I have picked up trash along the 1,100 feet of road frontage bordering my property in Wallagrass.

c347349_m
21 April 2015

To the editor:

(The following opinions are those of the author, not those of the Fiddlehead Focus. The Fiddlehead Focus is not affiliated with any political party or religious organization.)

There is nothing more pernicious, nor more destructive for civil society, then the Religious Freedom Bill that was being considered by the Maine State Legislator and by other Republican State Legislators (36 of them), some having been enacted into law. The Bill was being sponsored by Sen. David Burns, R-Whiting. He apparently withdrew it on 15 April after receiving a lot of National scrutiny from Religious and Civil Rights groups. That is a Good Thing.

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