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Letter: Common Core, full-day K should be stopped

To the editor, The United States went to the moon and back with education gained before 1965. That year the original Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) was passed under…

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Letter: Schools should enable young minds

To the editor, A new year has started and maybe a new attitude or outlook for some people. One person from Newtown says they “want peace.” Another blames the media…

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Letter: First selectmen discusses Beacon Falls

To the editor, The calendar has turned officially to 2015, and with it we enter into the heart of the winter season. On behalf of Peter Betkoski and Dominic Sorrentino,…

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Letter: Dinner dance helps out veterans

To the editor, It is time again for the American Legion Auxiliary Ninth Annual Valentine Dinner Dance which will be held on Valentine’s Day, Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015. Many people…

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Letter: Gun club has been busy

To the editor, Happy New Year readers. The Prospect Gun Club is having its annual game dinner on Feb. 6 at St Anthony’s Church. I just want to thank everyone….

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Letter: Malloy’s suggestion is dismaying

To the editor, It is with dismay and disappointment that I read Paul Hughes’ article [Tuesday] morning, wherein Gov. Malloy suggested that PURA commissioners Betkoski, House, and Caron should resign…

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Letter: Writers only ones showing partisanship

To the editor, Upon reading response letters to the previously posted letter, “Beacon Falls has choices to make,” it’s clear that both Ms. Brown-Brierley and Mr. Krenesky are the only…

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Letter: Seniors thankful for Elks program

To the editor, The Elks program provides a wonderful service. My heartfelt thanks for the Elks Senior Work Program and Mr. Jim Desmarais. They did a wonderful job cutting my…

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Letter: Proposed plant will sully bridal path

To the editor, The Larkin Bridal Trail weaves through Naugatuck, Middlebury, Oxford and Southbury. The trail is a remarkable pathway for walkers, runners, horseback riders, bird watchers, bikers and meditators….

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Letter: Quaint setting will be lost

To the editor, Quaint, picturesque, rural, these are words and images we use to describe Oxford and surrounding communities. All this will be lost if we allow CPV to fill…