Local News

Jensen to step down as CSJ president

RUTLAND—After nearly two years of accomplishment in leading College of St. Joseph, President Lawrence G. Jensen has announced that he plans to retire. Jensen, who became interim president in 2016 and was named the College’s sixth president in 2017, made […]

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Local News

Castleton president to leave in December

 By Evan Johnson CASTLETON—Castleton University’s longest-serving president is looking forward to his next venture. Dave Wolk announced at a campus assembly last week that he will step down in December after serving for 16 years. “I want to go out […]

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Column, Generation Y

Oscar for President

Three months have passed since Bernie Sanders infamously remarked that, in order to win future elections, the Democratic Party would have to “move beyond identity politics.” In a response to a young woman who had asked for his advice regarding […]

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Local News

Q&A with Mike Solimano

Editor’s note: Mike Solimano is the president and CEO of Killington Resort and Pico Mountain. Mountain Times: Killington Resort has officially asked the town of Killington to help offset the costs of hosting another World Cup event next year with […]

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Letter, Opinion

Of life and politics

Dear Editor, I have been asked many times about my feelings for the outcome of the presidential election… and I say this: Every 365 days each of us travels around the sun together within this magnificent solar system. The earth, […]

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Breaking News Ticker

Trump sweeps into presidency

Shocks pollsters, nation with dominant win By Angelo Lynn Republican Donald Trump has won the presidential race with a projected 300-plus electoral votes, winning the crucial swing states of Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina, Michigan and Wisconsin. If Democrat Hillary […]

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