Letter

Tate update: Creating a culture of prosperity

Dear Editor, Something’s missing. Your Vermont General Assembly is back in full swing and once again the body is forced into a posture of reaction—reacting to continued drops in student population, the highest health care premiums in the United States, […]

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Local News

New OVUU district waits out interim

Multiple budgets to appear on ballot By Lee J. Kahrs BRANDON — Despite the fact that voters in eight towns have approved the new Otter Valley Unified Union School District under the state Act 46 school consolidation law, there are […]

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Local News

Local races shaping up

By Stephen Seitz Except for Killington, there doesn’t seem to be much excitement in area races for local office on the east side of the Green Mountains this year. Killington town clerk Lucrecia Wonsor said that former selectman Jim Haff […]

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Letter

State spending continues to outpace growth

Dear Editor, Last Thursday Governor Shumlin delivered his final State of the State address to a chamber full of dignitaries, special guests and a group of legislators who are facing yet another difficult budget crisis. While there was much in […]

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