Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: It is bewildering to me how many people are able adopt someone else's ideology and promote it without giving any thought to, or doing any research into, possible alternative … more
To the editor: Perhaps older readers will remember Art Linkletter and his popular show “People Are Funny.”  He later had another wonderful show, “Kids Say the Darnedest … more
To the editor: A significant concern for the town of Westport when the marijuana cultivation issue is on the table, is the water table levels.  Westport has had an issue this season with the … more
To the editor: Attorney General Healey’s decision to drop the animal abuse charges against the remaining 11 defendants in the Westport Tenant Farm case was terribly disappointing, but not … more
A timely message — we all need to stand against aggression To the editor, Thank you, Mr. deMoore, for your letter to the editor in last week’s Sakonnet Times (October 15).  I … more
To the editor: I am responding to a recent letter noting the condition of the exterior of the Little Compton Town Hall. This evolved into the author, a fellow veteran and member of the community, … more
To the editor: This state has been part of the English-speaking world since 1633, and Rhode Island (also known as Aquidneck Island) has been part of the early explorer world since 1524 … more
To the editor: Judging by the primary election results, the progressive Democrats have taken another step in their professionally directed, heavily funded plan to take control of the state … more
To the editor: At a busy time last Sunday afternoon at Walker’s farm stand in Little Compton, I stood in line to buy two zucchini with many people, most of whom were wearing masks and social … more
To the editor: Black lives do matter. We are one big human race. Human kindness now! Amy Leidtke Little Compton more
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