December 4, 2015 RSS feed / Letters

Fish ladders have been used since Colonial days

To the editor:   Being friendly to the environment sometimes presents us with unpleasant conflicts. More...

Skate swap participants are appreciated

To the editor:   On behalf of the Waterhouse Youth Endowment Fund, we would like to thank the very generous donors and buyers of ice skates at our semi-annual skate swap.  More...

Land trust appreciates support for acquisition

To the editor:   The board of directors and staff of Kennebunk Land Trust wish to thank the voters of Kennebunk for their strong support of Question 4 on Election Day.  More...

Dam removal would return river to ‘grandeur’

To the editor:   I offer the following observation of local historian Edward Bourne, from his 1875 book “History of Wells and Kennebunk,” to help allay the fears of those who believe removing Kennebunk Light and Power District’ More...

Twirlers appreciate fundraising help

To the editor:   The Kennebunk Twirlers, under the direction of Susan Plass, would like to thank Duffy’s Restaurant for donating all the proceeds of a pancake breakfast during Kennebunk’s annual Harvest Fest.  More...

Stuff the Bus event on Election Day was a success

To the editor: Community Outreach Services is so grateful for the continued support of the voters of Kennebunkport. Twice a year, on Election Day, the town holds a Stuff the Bus Food Drive at the polls. More...