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An example of structural inequityIt’s heartening to finally see Dartmouth College recognizing the offensive nature of its iconic weather vane and...

Focus now on Black livesI am the first one to agree that all lives matter: women, Native Americans, Jews, Hispanics, Muslims, Asian people, poor...

Contemplating changes to Dartmouth’s weather vaneI want to pass along ideas regarding the disposition of the Baker Library weather vane.I suggest...

Lebanon police are terrificAfter reading the Forum in the Valley News, I feel the need to write a small note. I am an “older person” — in my 80s...

A failure to connect the dotsCongratulations to the Valley News on its latest smear of President Donald Trump. It was a hit job worthy of The New...

There’s no good reason for police to carry weaponsIn their letter of June 14 (“Eight police reforms that can’t wait”) Cappy and Mark Nunlist...

Failure to forecast how weather vane could be offensiveWhat is truly offensive about this whole weather vane matter is that the Dartmouth College...

Good experiences with Lebanon policeWhat a joyful occasion, following the Lebanon Police Department in a parade honoring the graduating seniors of...

New Hampshire deserves betterDurham is a long way from the Upper Valley, but for now it’s New Hampshire’s seat of government. With COVID-19 driving...

First Amendment’s last standOn June 12, the Mount Ascutney School Board voted unanimously to place Windsor School Principal Tiffany Riley on paid...

Perpetuating racism in words White people must come to understand that their peace and security cannot be maintained by the violent oppression of...

Downtown Lebanon in need of more affordable housingThe recent letters against the proposed apartment building at 8-10 and 14 Bank St. concern the...

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