Tag Archives: Addison Independent

Op - Ed
July 25, 2018

A matter of civic pride

By Angelo Lynn

Here’s a challenge for Vermont residents: Find an area dedicated to public use that needs cleaning up and work out a way to get it done.

Why do it? Three reasons: First, it’s not that hard. Second, it’s rewarding. Third,…

Op - Ed
May 16, 2018

Gov. Scott’s line in the sand

By Angelo Lynn

Gov. Phil Scott’s line-in-the-sand mantra not to raise a single tax or a single fee has made politics in Vermont’s capital more strident, divisive and unruly. The irony is that the governor himself is mild-mannered, affable, pragmatic and someone who seems to get…

Opinion
November 20, 2015

With attacks on Paris, the world is at war with ISIS

It was Friday night in Paris, a time to go out to concerts, or to meet friends at a bar and share a glass of wine. Instead, 11/13, became France’s 9/11 as gunmen and suicide bombers methodically and randomly slaughtered more than 130 citizens at…

No. 1 Rutland Raiders win title, first since 2006
Featured
November 12, 2015

No. 1 Rutland Raiders win title, first since 2006

Middlebury High School senior Cortland Fischer is chased by Rutland Raiders’ fierce defense during Saturday’s state championship game. The Raiders ended the Tigers’ 32-game winning streak.

Raiders’ passing game, defense were key to their victory

By Andy Kirkaldy

RUTLAND — Playing…

We’re standing with Bernie
Opinion
June 4, 2015

We’re standing with Bernie

Courtesy of Sanders for President

Students hold up letters that read “Bernie for people” near the Burlington waterfront.

By Angelo Lynn, Addison Independent

Here’s why I’m standing with Sen. Bernie Sanders in his run for the presidential Democratic nomination…