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Dear Editor; I would like to clarify a point that was made in a letter to the editor last week with regard to the global mean temperature.  While it is true that you can pick two points on the graph and claim the global mean temperature has dropped, the long-term trend is quite clear. Rather than...
Where legislation goes to die. Where the people's business goes to die. Where America's future goes to die. Did somebody say 'term limits? Paul Iannacci West Groton
Dear Editor; "Summertime, and the livin' is easy," so go the words of that classic song.  For many of us, we appreciate the change of pace that summertime brings us.  But for some people, the change in the rhythm of life can cause problems to emerge - issues that have been simmering, but were...
Dear Editor: There's an old cartoon about a couple of Indians somewhere in the American West sending smoke signals when an atom bomb test happens miles away, complete with huge mushroom cloud.  One Indian turns to the other and says, "I wish I'd said that." Michael J. Cahill pretty much said it...
Dear Editor: Some years ago, I was starting a new career in sales. I attended a sales seminar hosted by an unctuous fellow whom I suspected was a used car salesman who had taken up the sales seminar business in order to make a few bucks on the side. Near the end of his presentation, he announced...
Dear Editor: Mr. Michael J. Cahill, in his letter to the Editor July 19, displays an uncommonly mean spirit that merits a reply. In my own letter of the prior week, I commented on President Obama's recent speech about doing all he can about the effects of climate change. I called the speech "...
Dear Groton Residents, The Groton Council on Aging Outreach Program works in collaboration with the Groton Police, Groton Fire and Groton Emergency Services. Over the last few years, we have experienced some very severe weather that has left many without power, heat, food, water, medications, air...
Dear Editor: In last week's Groton Herald, Emil Rechsteiner paired our current disaster of a president and FDR in an attempt to demonstrate their shared courage in overcoming governmental paralysis in order to solve the great problems of their times. Perhaps he is alluding to FDR's attempt to...
Dear Editor: \A break from the rainy June weather and a good turnout were instrumental in making this year's Groton Greenway River Festival a great success! Folks were able to have a boat tour of the newly installed Fitch's Bridge, enjoy music by Annie and the Beekeepers, listen to Native American...
Dear Editor: Food for The Poor yard sale, June 29, was a lot of fun and a great success. Thank you for your prayers, support, items and financial donations. A major thank you goes out to Al Somma, Peggy Gadwah, Diana Keaney, Spencer and Emily Gold, Alexander Dunsmoor, Sarah Webb and Nicholas...

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