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State News
May 16, 2018

Legislative Update: Session ends with late Saturday night

By Senator Alison Clarkson, Windsor-5

The 2018 Legislative session adjourned very late Saturday evening May 12. It always ends after about two weeks of intense negotiations between the House and the Senate resolving our policy differences in committees of conference. And, it is always a…

State News
May 3, 2018

Legislative update: Reflecting on progress

By Senator Alison Clarkson, Windsor-5

Vermont’s Legislature is in its final stages of our 2017-18 Biennium.  If bills are to make it into law they need to be acted on by both the House and the Senate by the “fall of the gavel,” which is…

Letter
April 26, 2017

Rep. Jim Harrison introduces himself to Rutland-Windsor-1

Scott appoints new representative for Bridgewater, Chittenden, Killington and Mendon

Dear Editor,

Job Tate, who has served as our state representative in Montpelier for the past few years, has resigned due to a pending overseas deployment as part of his naval reserve in service to…

Letter
March 27, 2017

Windsor state senator challenged on education

Dear Editor, In his recent commentary in the Mountain Times, “Something to Write Home About,” Windsor County state senator Dick McCormack opines about “respecting the education fund.” He claims that he would never  raid the education fund for other purposes, due to his strong support for…

Letter
March 8, 2017

Windsor state senator challenged on education

Dear Editor,

In his recent commentary in The Mountain Times, “Something to Write Home About,” Windsor County state senator Dick McCormack opines about “respecting the education fund.” He claims that he would never  raid the education fund for other purposes, due to his strong support for…

Letter
February 15, 2017

Windsor Central finance committee report FY18

Dear Editor,

My name is Jim Haff. Around four months ago I was appointed to be the chair of the finance committee. I’ve worked hard with both principals at the middle and high schools and Richard Seaman, director of finance and operations for the Windsor…

WSESU awarded school nutrition equipment grant
News Briefs
December 7, 2016

WSESU awarded school nutrition equipment grant

WINDSOR—Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union recently received $4,044 in grant funds for kitchen equipment to ensure students have greater access to nutritious foods throughout the school day. Schools benefiting from this grant include Albert Bridge School in Brownsville, Hartland Elementary School, Weathersfield School, and Windsor Schools….

Jason Kendall, person of interest in Windsor homicide June 8
Local News
June 8, 2015

Jason Kendall, person of interest in Windsor homicide June 8

UPDATE (11:03 p.m. June 10): WINDSOR HOMICIDE SUSPECT, SUSPECTED DEAD At approximately 8 p.m. Wednesday evening, the Vermont State Police were contacted by the Kansas Highway Patrol about an incident possibly involving Jason Kendall, who is being sought for 2nd degree murder in the homicide…

History is alive at Old Constitution House

Saturday & Sunday, Oct. 11 & 12 — WINDSOR — The Old Constitution House, Birthplace of Vermont, hosts a weekend of period reenactments on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 11 and 12, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

This is the last of this season’s “History Happens at OCH”…