Veterans’ Home enjoys meal from veteran-owned farm

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Dear Editor, At the Vermont Veterans’ Home, we seek to enhance life for our Veteran Heroes residing at the Home. As such, VVH has been in discussions with Liz Ruffa and Northshire Grows to coordinate a monthly special meal with … Continued

For smaller government and lower taxes

Dear Editor, I was going business to business in Fair Haven and went into a bar to drop off my cards. One patron looked at my palm card and said, “I don’t want smaller government, I want it big so … Continued

Beware the “Rich States, Poor States” propaganda

Dear Editor, When does “rich” not mean rich, and “poor” not mean poor? When you’re being sold a bill of goods. Another edition of “Rich States, Poor States” bloomed in April. Funded by the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and … Continued

Rep. Pajala announces campaign for House

Dear Editor, I am announcing my intention to run for the Windham-Bennington-Windsor seat in the Vermont House of Representatives. I was appointed by Gov. Phil Scott last November to fill the seat vacated by Oliver Olsen. My goals of supporting … Continued

A response to Randy Gray’s June 13 letter

Dear Editor, I would like to respond to Randy Gray’s letter to the editor in “The Shopper” last week and to make a case that the gun bills Gray mentions do not encroach on our Constitutional rights. Many Republicans these … Continued

A letter to the Windsor District voters

Dear Editor, This last legislative session our gun owners took a significant hit; it shouldn’t only be the gun owners concerned with this. The three bills signed into law in April are also an encroachment to many of our Vermont … Continued

Help conquer cancer by supporting a rider

Dear Editor, The Norris Cotton Cancer Center at Dartmouth-Hitchcock is one of the nation’s premier cancer treatment and research facilities. My wife and I are raising money to support this mission by riding our bikes in the 2018 Prouty fundraising … Continued

Many hands make light work

Dear Editor, Many hands make light work. That’s exactly what happened when folks worked together in Cavendish. Stop by and take a look at the garden by the gazebo in Proctorsville. The wonderful contributors are Cavendish Community Fund for their … Continued

A letter from Dr. Dan Freilich for U.S. Congress

Dear Editor, I hope everyone’s having a great spring. May and June are so perfect in New England. As the Vermont Primary Election is nearing, Aug. 14, 2018, I thought it would be good to share updates. The most important … Continued

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