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Letters to the Editor

Latest Letters to the Editor

It’s sad to see how Riggleman was treated

To the Editor:   Reference Roger Watson’s article in the Wednesday, Dec. 16, edition of the Kenbridge-Victoria Dispatch, titled “Riggleman leaves with dignity intact.” I ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Staff Report.

Letter – Hardy Road project is unneccessary

To The Editor: I am writing to inform the citizens of Lunenburg of a project by VDOT known as the Hardy Road Curve Realignment Project. ... Read more

2 months ago by Staff Report.

Letter – Webb will be our voice in Washington

To The Editor: Fellow constituents of the 5th,. I will be brief, as hundreds of thousands have already cast their ballots in the district. VA05 ... Read more

3 months ago by Staff Report.

Letter – Webb understands health care issues

To The Editor: In 2017, a frustrated President Trump remarked “nobody knew health care could be so complicated.”Unfortunately, the complicated nature of health care is ... Read more

4 months ago by Staff Report.

LETTER – Vote to remove the monument

To The Editor: Soon Lunenburg County will vote at the polls, by mail or absentee at the Registrar’s office. A non-binding referendum to move the ... Read more

4 months ago by Guest Columnist.

School nurses are no longer optional

To The Editor: The Virginia Association of School Nurses (VASN) welcomes Governor Northam’s plan to re-open schools and we look forward to seeing our students ... Read more

5 months ago by Staff Report.

Letter – Statue should be removed

To The Editor: The statue in front of Lunenburg County Courthouse should be removed. It is a representation of the Confederacy. The courthouse is county ... Read more

5 months ago by Staff Report.

Letter – Statue should remain for 1,000 years

To The Lunenburg County Board of Supervisors: It is my understanding that a couple has requested that the Lunenburg Board of Supervisors look into removing ... Read more

7 months ago by Guest Columnist.

Letter – Courthouse statue should be removed

To The Editor: Growing up in Baltimore studying Black History in high school, and attending a historically Black college and university, means I studied the ... Read more

7 months ago by Guest Columnist.

Follow-up letter to the Board of Supervisors

To The Lunenburg County Board of Supervisors: We have made the decision not to attend the Thursday, July 9 Board of Supervisors meeting in person ... Read more

7 months ago by Guest Columnist.

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