A letter for Leslie Goldman for state representative

Dear Editor, To my fellow Windham-3 residents: I urge you to vote for Leslie Goldman in the primary for state representative. I have known Leslie Goldman since she began her medical practice in Bellows Falls in 1982, first as a … Continued

Op-Ed: The shame of racism, COVID-19, and murder

Our world, and most of all, our nation, has been shaken to its core by a global pandemic on a scale that we’ve only ever seen once before, and that over a century ago. Already, COVID-19 has infected over 1.8 … Continued

On the importance of humanity

Dear Editor, Humans often have physical symbols or reminders to guide them in life, even though they might know what is right to do in a situation: traffic lights, stop signs, traffic signs, other autos’ turn signals, uniformed traffic police, … Continued

A letter in support of Meg Hansen

Dear Editor, The 2020 lieutenant governor race is wide open. It presents an important opportunity to turn the tide for struggling Vermonters. Voters have a clear choice in the Aug. 11 primary election. Meg Hansen is the only Republican lieutenant … Continued

Leslie Goldman running for Windham-3

Dear Editor, My name is Leslie Goldman, and I am running to represent Windham-3 in the Vermont State Legislature. A previous edition of The Shopper ran my letter to the editor discussing my qualifications. Now I am writing to explain … Continued

Sen. Alison Clarkson’s Legislative update, June 8, 2020

Dear Editor, This week’s New Yorker magazine cover “This Side Up,” illustrates an upside down world, capturing an aspect of how many are feeling right now. Our U.S. government has failed to adequately prepare and protect its citizens from a … Continued

A feeling of insecurity

Dear Editor, As quarantine has gone on, I have felt that I have been living quietly and peacefully in my senior year despite what has been going on in the world. I have been in blissful ignorance every day and … Continued

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