May 27, 2016 RSS feed / Letters

Where’s the coverage of human beings?

To the editor:   I am greatly disappointed to find nothing in your paper about the 5K run/walk that took place at Kennebunk Beach on Saturday, May 14 to raise funds for the York County Shelter Programs. More...

Candidate protected groundwater

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Candidate is advocate for struggling families

To the editor: I am recommending that Democrats cast their ballots in the primary for Diane Denk at the June 14 election. Never one to sit on the sidelines, Diane Denk has over 45 years of political and business experience. More...

Forum for selectmen candidates helps create informed citizenry

To the editor:   I want to thank the town of Kennebunk and the town clerk, Mert Brown, for providing a forum at the town hall to learn about the four selectmen candidates.  More...

Support for second annual community yard sale appreciated

To the editor:   The second annual community yard sale was a big success thanks to so many participants with such interesting and diverse wares.  This event grew in size from last year, not only with vendors but shoppers as well and really More...

Let’s begin process of withdrawal from RSU 21

To the editor:   I’ve heard over and over again that being a part of the RSU gives us a voice, gives us choice and gives us local control. Let’s think about this.  More...

Candidate is woman that gets things done

To the editor:   I met Diane Denk, candidate for state representative, over 15 years ago. She teaches special needs students in the Kennebunk school system and helps them and their families learn how to be the best they can be.  More...

Candidate is proof that hard work pays off

To the editor:   I believe that hard work pays off. Over the past 10 years that I have known Diane Denk, she has always been hard at work on a range of community and political projects.  More...

More outsiders needed in office

To the editor: I first met Laurie Dobson when she was going around York County, teaching caucus preparation workshops to officials and caucus attendees in meetings she put together in Alfred, Kittery, York and Berwick (she also helped in Wells). More...