Letters to the Editor

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12 January 2016

To the editor:

As an Outreach and Enrollment Specialist for the Health Insurance Marketplace, I’ve seen firsthand what the Affordable Care Act means for Aroostook County’s uninsured. Every day, I hear from those who now have peace of mind because they know they can afford to get the care they need.

poliquin
6 January 2016

To the editor:

President Obama announced today his intent to violate his Constitutional authority and to circumvent the will of Congress and the American People in order to move forward with his continual attacks on law-abiding citizens and the Second Amendment.

c347349_m
9 December 2015

To the editor:

At its November 9 monthly meeting, l'Association Française de la Vallée Saint-Jean (Club Français), I offered a motion to establish a scholarship fund for a French major "in good standing" at UMFK.

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8 December 2015

MADAWASKA, Maine - Brian Bouley sent the following letter to Madawaska community members, which Fiddlehead Focus is republishing as a Letter to the Editor:

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4 December 2015

ALLAGASH, Maine - One hundred and nineteen years have passed since it was written, and yet it’s still the most famous Christmas letter in the world. Its message has been translated into a few dozen languages, and has graced countless Christmas cards. Its premise has even spawned a musical. Every Christmas season we hear its words recited on radio and television programs. But few of us know the story behind the letter.

c347349_m
2 December 2015

To the editor:

On November 20th, 2015 Jack Foster, retired after 30 years of dedicating his life to working with Aroostook County Teens.

c347349_m
9 November 2015

To the editor:

Calling on all family members and ancestors of "Harriett Pelletier." We are continuing our journey to Federal Acknowledgment.

c347349_m
11 September 2015

To the Editor:

One thing, or maybe a few things, about Madawaska - the town and schools when it comes to budgets are an issue and so is our government. We as taxpayers, or me as a taxpayer, have elected personnel who I have voted to represent me as a taxpayer. That's what they are there for, school or town.

c347349_m
8 September 2015

To the editor:

I sit here with a sense of foreboding. I want to write about what bothers me, but I can't shake the feeling of being persecuted for it. Yeah this governor we have in Maine is a tyrant in a lot of ways. What will it take for this man to understand?

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31 August 2015

To the editor and the residents of MSAD No. 27:

We’re listening and hearing you. On the one hand, we heard you in June when you told us we needed to deliver a budget with a 0 percent mill rate increase for education by voting down our initial proposed budget of approximately 12.8 million dollars. We came back in July with a budget resulting in a 0 percent mill rate increase for education.

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