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The voters have spoken

By Lani Duke Here is a roundup of changes by town: BENSON—Benson’s public floor meeting presented the best possible illustration of the value of the Vermont election process. Speakers explored the issue of public versus individual responsibility as they debated […]

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Pies and Pi

March 14 is Pi Day! Students learn the parts of a circle, calculate the diameter, circumference, and area of circular and spherical objects, and read books such as “Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi,” available in the KES Library.

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Saying goodbye

The community says goodbye to Peter Mello, Rutland City school board president, who leaves not only the school board but also the state. Working in several pro education positions in Rutland County since 1980, Mello is moving back to his […]

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RRMC receives $10,000

Rutland Regional Medical Center received a $10,000 check from the March of Dimes on March 4. The money funds a Centering Pregnancy program, new to RRMC, that integrates health assessment, education, and support to help local women have healthier pregnancies […]

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