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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Loud Thanks The Voters For His Election Victory

Dear Editor,

I wish to express my heartfelt THANK YOU to ALL the people of Wilmington who cast a vote for me.  Each vote was so important and because of your support, my campaign was successful! 171 more words

Wilmington Board Of Selectmen

Open Letter, Congressman Yoho; from your Gainesville constituent Randon Hays

“Please look at the document in your coat pocket. First make sure it says “US Constitution.” Then go to Article One, Section Two, Clause Five and read carefully.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Bryson Thanks Voters For Her Election

Dear Editor and Residents of Wilmington,

I am deeply grateful and honored to have been elected to serve on the Wilmington School Committee. As I have assured you throughout this campaign, I will approach this work with urgency, thoughtfulness, and a commitment to serving all of our students. 581 more words

Wilmington School Committee

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Bjork Thanks Voters For His Re-Election Victory

Dear Editor,

I would like to sincerely thank the voters of Wilmington for returning me to the School Committee.

I would especially like to thank the many people who supported my campaign in so many ways.  259 more words

Wilmington School Committee

Readers: Training Patients To Advocate For Their Illnesses Is ‘A Virtue Not A Sin’

Letters to the Editor is a periodic KHN feature. We welcome all comments and will publish a selection. We edit for length and clarity and require full names. 704 more words

Cost And Quality

A Question to Joe Manchin; Funding or Cutting Higher Education

by Gary Thompson

It is well documented that employers desire employees with a college degree and the workforce requires one to get that job that pays a living wage. 314 more words

West Virginia

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Recreation Department Thanks Easter Egg Hunt Volunteers

Dear Editor:

On Saturday, April 15, the Wilmington Recreation Department sponsored the 46th Annual Easter Egg Hunt for Wilmington children ages 6 and under.  Volunteers and Recreation staff blanketed the Town Common with candy-filled eggs.  174 more words

Wilmington Recreation Department