Tag Archives: Letter to the editor

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Letter: Partying is not patriotism

As a native Bristolian who now lives somewhere else, I congratulate all Bristolians on another successful celebration of America’s Independence Day — and I ask you to stop this shameless self-promotion as America’s most patriotic town. There are three things about patriotism Bristolians need to keep in mind: Patriotism is much more than parades, flags,

Letter: Find something real to complain about

To the editor: No farms; no food. People all over the world have such serious day-to-day problems: starvation, persecution, torture, kidnappings, bombings. We complain about windmills and the bird guns (“Cannons blast neighbors’ peace,” in the July 24 edition of the Phoenix). Imagine if those shots weren’t to scare off birds but serious rocket fire

Letter: School Committee double faults on students, public

To the Editor, Last year boys’ varsity tennis was taken from the spring sports docket to add boys’ varsity volleyball at Mt. Hope High School. Which sport is more important? No one can determine that. The important theme is that all children should have an opportunity to participate in varsity sports. At the School Committee

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