October 10, 2012 RSS feed / Letters

Daughtry best pick for House 66 seat

To the Editor:  Voters in Maine’s 66th legislative district will choose from three candidates. More...

Eating your veggies is difficult at school

To the Editor:  At beginning of the school year, a new change was announced for buying lunch at Mt. Ararat Middle School. More...

Texting, driving do not mix on roads

To the Editor:  Texting and driving will cause an accident. Texting and walking or doing anything will cause accidents. More...

Olympics offered best of humanity

To the Editor:  Today I just watched a special TV feature of the 1972 Munich Olympic Games, the tragic loss of Israeli athletes and the outrageous acts of terrorism around the world. More...

Don’t let Ryan limit women’s choice

To the Editor:  In the event of a tie vote in the U.S. Senate, the vice president casts the deciding vote. More...

Re-elect Goodall to Maine Senate

To the Editor:  I write in support of the reelection of Seth Goodall to the Maine State Senate.  Seth is attentive to all of his constituents and always available to listen to issues and concerns that are brought to his attention.  More...

Horch best pick for Brunswick

To the Editor:  I write this in support of Fred Horch the Green-Independent candidate for the Maine House in District 66.  More...

A community helps plant flowers

To the Editor:  On behalf of the Mid-Coast Retired Educators Association, we would like to publicly thank Darcie Moore and The Times Record for the wonderful article covering our day of caring and remembrance at the Bowdoin Central School.  More...

Elect Horch to House seat

To the Editor:  I am a Democrat who is voting for Fred Horch, Green Independent for District 66.  More...

King is tested, ready to be senator

To the Editor:  I support Angus King to become Maine’s United States senator in the Nov. 6 election.  More...

DAV fundraising gets big boost

To the Editor:  Disabled American Veterans’ fundraising campaign for 2012 was a tremendous success, one which far exceeded our expectations. More...

Newspaper helps brighten the day

To the Editor:  I am a recent subscriber to The Times Record and had no idea so many of your regular features would brighten and enrich my day.  I appreciate your editorials immensely, an interesting variety, locally and from other places.& More...

Nuclear waste and the U.S. Senate

To the Editor:  Thanks for the Associated Press article on Sept. 18: “3 Clash in U.S. Senate debate.”  In the question about energy, Charlie Summers included exploring the possibility of more nuclear power.  More...

Mid Coast could partner with Parkview

To the Editor:  Everyone who lives in our community should be asking, “Why in the world would a Lewiston hospital want to take over a Brunswick hospital?”  We can be sure it’s not because the Lewiston institution cares abo More...

Dill best choice for U.S. Senate

To the Editor:  In Maine, we rarely see elected officials use their office for personal gain. Yes, some use position to get the good "land deal" for themselves. More...

Pride in Bath seen in its remade facilities

To the Editor:  Bath taxpayers should be very pleased and proud of the transformation that has taken place at the old National Guard Armory, near Bath Middle School, during the past year.  More...

Elect Horch to Legislature

To the Editor:  This year, although we have three very fine candidates running for office in District 66, we have an opportunity to strengthen our legislative leadership team by electing Fred Horch to the Maine House of Representatives.  More...

Celebrate local media still able to survive

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Medicare on the table in upcoming election

To the Editor:  As we get closer to the elections, it is becoming clearer to me that the next Congress and president will be making decisions about the future of Social Security and Medicare. More...

Meet basic needs to stop all injustices

To the Editor:  PeaceWorks thanks our community for coming together on Aug. More...