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With Tax Day fast approaching, the personal finance website WalletHub released its latest analysis of the U.S. tax landscape, an in-depth look at the states with its annual Best and Worst Taxpayer Return on Investment, this time for 2018. more

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Photo by Lou Varricchio

MIDDLEBURY | The Vermont Eagle’s popular Grand Prize contest celebrates its 15th year this season with an especially challenging set of clues. more

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SALISBURY | A new group of residents has formed to address the serious concerns of disease-carrying insects in their region. more

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MONTPELIER | A Rutland-based State House representative wants the state to study the connection between video games and school shootings. more

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Photo by Lou Varricchio

MIDDLEBURY | During his annual State of the Union address in January, President Donald Trump called for more national vocational education. more

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Public domain photo by Marvirbar Photography

MIDDLEBURY | When former President Barack Obama made universal pre-K education a national goal and a household term during his 2008 campaign for the White House, many of the state’s educrats responded with an effort to adopt a one-size-fits-all... more

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CHARLOTTE — An automobile driver died as the result of a collision on U.S. Route 7, in Charlotte, Nov. 3. The accident occurred at 1:30 a.m. more

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RUTLAND – An unprepared hiker, lost near the giant boulders of the Ice Age-era rockslide of the White Rocks Recreation Area, was located south of Rutland. more

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ADDISON – On Oct. 12, at approximately 6:38 p.m., Vermont State Police troopers were advised of a two-car motor vehicle collision on VT Route 17 E in Addison. more

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SHOREHAM — Route 22A in Shoreham, just south of the intersection of Route 74 E, was closed due to a motor vehicle crash this morning. As of this afternoon, the road is now back open. more

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BRISTOL — Vermont is graced by two, well-known natural features by the name of “Deep Leap”. Residents of both Addison County and Rutland County will likely be familiar with their respective Deer Leap mountains. more

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Photo by Jeff O’Donnell

WESTPORT — A group of hikers from New York and Vermont explored the remote Split Rock Mountain Wild Forest during a Lake Champlain Land Trust outing last week. Participants enjoyed views of the big lake from vantage points that are rarely accessed. more

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I moved away from the area a few years ago, but have recently returned to live—I hope for good—here in Addison County. I picked up the Eagle after not reading it since 2013 and noticed quite a few changes. more

Letters to the Editor

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RUTLAND — Rutland Board of Alderman President William Notte has reported that the City of Rutland’s plans to welcome 100 Syrian Civil War refugees in the community are on hold. more

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VERGENNES – Vergennes Day celebrates its 35th year on Aug. 26-27. Vergennes Day, hosted and sponsored by the Addison County Chamber of Commerce and area businesses, is a celebration of city and community. more

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RACE TO THE FINISH — Vermont’s race for governor will pit pro-gun supporter Lt. Gov. Phil Scott (R) against anti-gun advocate Sue Minter (D) this November. Progressive David Zuckerman will take on Republican Randy Brock. more

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"The 18th century pioneers who founded this little republic intensely believed in freedom — we would do well to recapture their passion for it." more

Opinions

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M.O. Stevens

Last week, I came across the tragic news story of a little boy with an Addison County, Vt., connection. The report appeared in the online edition of The Oregonian, dated Jan. 23, 2016. more

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