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Sports highlights

The second annual Vineyard Warrior Triathlon gets underway at 7 am on Sunday from the Inkwell Beach in Oak Bluffs.

All Island tennis championships a success at Farm Neck

102 Players playing in 13 divisions helped raise $14,000 for Hospice of Martha's Vineyard

Martha’s Vineyard looks forward to a full sports schedule

Seven Vineyard teams embark on a new season as the fall Martha's Vineyard regional High school sports season gets underway.

It’s not about the money

I received a request for more money today from the Elizabeth Warren campaign for senate.

His turn

The obvious reply to W.

Just lucky

I was pleased to learn, in your August 30 issue [More cyclists spinning their wheels safely on the Vineyard] that there were fewer bicycle injuries this summer.

More wind and solar

On August 4, 2004, Tisbury Police paid $1, 421.

Go solar, and soon

I've just done my Islander's annual propane pre-buy.

Repression in a one-party state

In reading Peter Robb's recent letter (Aug.

It’s how we do it

Although we are liberal Democrats, we completely agree with Jim Robb's letter of complaint [Political expression deserves respect, August 29] about the destruction of yard signs and other forms of political expression.

Dedicated citizen

It is an absolute shame to see what has recently happened at the Chilmark Harbor Department.

Why not return the charts?

I want to ask Adam Moore of Sheriff's Meadow Foundation one question.

We were so pleased

Thanks to the Oak Bluffs Highway Department.

An act of kindness

While visiting your beautiful Island August 23, I lost my purse containing my license, credit, cell phone.

Ralph Packer commended

The American Red Cross of Eastern Massachusetts commends Ralph Packer for 14 years of partnership to help the local community.

Where do you turn for news and information

In 1981 — pre-Internet, pre-laptop, pre-WiFi, pre-Lady Gaga, pre-Jason Blair, pre-Huffington Post, pre-Daily Beast — John L.

Not a record of which neighbors can be proud

The sovereign Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) faces several significant challenges.

Change, from the grassroots

The school year that begins today across the Island is one of important firsts for public education here.