By Emerson Lynn
When Amazon announced last week that instead of building its second headquarters in one city, it would locate within the metropolitan areas of two of the largest cities on the East Coast — New York City and Washington,…
One of Rutland’s most selfless people was honored this past weekend, in a well-deserved ceremony celebrating literally thousands of hours of volunteerism devoted to the greater-Rutland community.
The Loyal Order of Moose honored Bobby Poquette, who recently…
A very special thank you to everyone for all the cards, prayers and love for an amazing man – Ned Dyer. We will be looking forward to a celebration of life in May at Green Mountain National Golf Course.
With love, Carol Daniels, Jackie…
Thank you for publishing the opinions of Vermont physicians in your recent Nov. 7 issue. Vermont Society represents the majority of Vermont doctors and healthcare providers who recognize the harmful effects of cannabis inhalation or ingestion individually and collectively for public health and…
While President Trump is pardoning two turkeys for Thanksgiving, everyone of us can exercise that same presidential power by choosing a non-violent Thanksgiving observance.
Here are some good reasons:
You can brag about pardoning a turkey – like Trump (or not).
By Cameron Russell
I met Christine Hallquist for the first time on Feb. 10, 2018, just over nine months ago. I grew up in Vermont, graduated from UVM, and left the state for a while after college. After returning home, I was involved with political…
By Jim Harrison
Amid high turnout, likely fueled by the discourse in Washington and anti-Trump sentiment in Vermont, along with successful efforts of the Democrat/Progressives’ “get out the vote campaign,” the Vermont House made a shift to the left statewide.
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