Local News

Women’s March on Montpelier organized

Jan. 21 march is in solidarity with the national Women’s March on Washington By Matt Henchen, youthlobby.org On Jan. 21, people and organizations across Vermont are coming together for a Women’s March on Montpelier to name and protect women’s rights. […]

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Local News

Pittsford tests clean for PFOA

MONTPELIER―Gov. Peter Shumlin announced on April 22 new results from five water samples collected near the Vermont Fire Academy on Academy Road, near the Vermont Police Academy. The results were received as part of the first batch of testing in […]

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Sports

Steelhead rainbow trout runs happening now 

MONTPELIER—One of the state’s premier wildlife watching opportunities is happening right now in Vermont. The steelhead rainbow trout have started their upstream migration, leaping up waterfalls in a spectacular display of determination on their way to their spawning grounds. The […]

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Op - Ed

Ethics panel long overdue

By Job Tate Thankfully, Vermont is no “banana republic”—corruption, conflicts of interest and abuses of power by our elected officials are few and far between; and we continue to have one of the most accessible legislative bodies in the world. […]

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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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