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Letters to the Editor

June 21, 2022

In my childhood home, there was an underlying tension beneath the silence following my father’s war service in Vietnam. After my parents separated and my siblings and I moved in with my father, I remember quietly paying for the family’s groceries with food stamps. I didn’t want anyone to know, so ...

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Why not just put a traffic light at the intersection and get rid of the stop signs?

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Dear friends and neighbors of school aged children: I am writing this to you as a private citizen.  I am a member of the Randolph Board of Education. I do not speak for the full board and am not speaking for any of its committees. The views and opinions expressed here are mine alone. For more ...

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