Tag Archives: Texas

Mountain Meditation
June 28, 2018

On which side of history do you stand?

By Marguerite Jill Dye Butterflies danced among blackberry bushes, reminding me of the butterfly effect used by shamans worldwide to transport themselves to other places as a healing tool. Robins passed by with nest-building materials and a hummingbird perched above my head. Then the…

Cobra gymnasts visit Olympic Training Center in Texas
Local News
June 16, 2016

Cobra gymnasts visit Olympic Training Center in Texas

On Sunday, June 5,  Shelby Collett, owner and head team coach for Cobra Gymnastics & Dance Center and Aaron Snook, team coach, returned from the Olympic Training Center in Texas with six of their gymnasts: McKenna Greene, Charlotte Swenor, Mia Marsh, Maleah Jones, Valerie Johnson…

Where’s America moving?
Local News
January 15, 2016

Where’s America moving?

Courtesy of United Van Lines

A map shows state-to-state migration patterns in 2015, according to the 39th annual National Movers Study.

Oregon top destination of 2015, Vermont number 3

Vermont moved up to third in the nation and tops in the…

A Vermonter’s ode to Texas
Column
December 16, 2015

A Vermonter’s ode to Texas

By Brady Crain

I won’t go so far as to say you get a bad rap, Texas.  You are the purveyor and exporter of so many things that I neither care about nor need. Football, exceptionalism to excess (exceptionalism that is exceptional even for American…