To The Editor:
We have been very fortunate to be represented by our extremely hard-working and effective Congressman, Jim Himes.
While providing exceptional constituent services, Jim fights to build and maintain affordable health care, secures resources for our state’s economy Continue reading “Letter: Support Jim Himes for Congress”
Elections have consequences. Elections are about selecting representatives who abide by their oath of office with integrity and do not disparage American values and principles.
This year, our lives and future depend on who leads us. On November 3rd, we get Continue reading “Easton Democratic Town Committee Commentary”
Election season is upon us. So that we can publish as many statements and letters as possible, the Courier has some rules and guidelines for candidates, parties and supporters for the Nov. 3 Presidential Election. The Courier will focus on the competitive Connecticut races that directly Continue reading “Easton Courier Political Campaign Publication Policies”
To the Editor:
In the midst of reopening procedures in Connecticut and the U.S., I would like you all to take the time to think about how our perspective of global health has changed, and how it should continue to change.
Before COVID-19, many people in our community did not worry Continue reading “Global Health Security”
Congressman Jim Himes stopped by the Easton Police Department on Monday, April 13 to drop off food and give thanks to Easton’s first responders. Chief Richard Doyle (who was recently promoted to the rank of chief on Monday, April 6) discussed all the ways that Easton’s first responders Continue reading “Easton Police Department Has a Visit from Congressman Jim Himes”
U.S. Rep. Jim Himes, 4th District, invites constituents to participate in a Telephone Town Hall on Friday, March 13, to learn more about the coronavirus pandemic and how they can protect themselves and their family. Following is his message:
As coronavirus spreads through the country Continue reading “Himes Will Hold Telephone Town Hall Friday on COVID-19”