Op - Ed, Opinion

Attitude counts

By Lyle Jepson Vermonters can no longer ask their economic development organizations to work in isolation and still expect success for our communities and our businesses. Over the last year, the Rutland region has proved that a common vision and […]

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Op - Ed, Opinion

The true cost of local food

By Rachel Carter When choosing to purchase food, cost is often a deciding factor for consumers. Why buy a 12-ounce package of local bacon for $7.99 when you can get it for $4.98? Purchasing local food means you know where […]

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Op - Ed, Opinion

A sea of pink

By Polly Mikula “Tell me what democracy looks like?” chanted protesters at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. “This is what democracy looks like!” the crowd yelled back. It was one of many chants repeated Saturday, Jan. 21, as over […]

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Op - Ed, Opinion

Will facts be irrelevant?

By Angelo S. Lynn Under Donald Trump’s presidency, American voters will face a stark choice: They’ll have to decide if facts matter more than Trump’s lies mixed with his deliberate distortions. What we know is that Trump will attempt to […]

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