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Vermont Gov. Phil Scott issued what he has called his “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order on March 24. Ten days earlier, Scott had declared a state of emergency in Vermont. Read more

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There are a handful of U.S. Senators, along with some in the White House, who are looking to slip an increase of legal immigration into the emergency spending bills currently being drafted to deal with the coronavirus outbreak. Read more

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I keep a notebook filled with quotes and facts that I come across in the course of my readings. Most of these scribblings are of a scientific nature on subjects which are of special interest to me along with philosophical, spiritual thoughts culled Read more

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The Adult Protective Services unit (APS) within the Division of Licensing and Protection, of the Vermont Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living was recently awarded a three year, $1 million grant by the Administration for Community Read more

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As a boy, I remember my maternal grandmother talking about the great Spanish flu pandemic of 1918-20. Today’s coronavirus panic is evocative of the 20th century’s greatest viral outbreak. Read more

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The debacle of the Iowa Democratic Caucus may be a harbinger of the 2020 national election. Between possible partisan shenanigans and unproven electronic technologies (such as whiffy and largely untested election applications), better get ready for a Read more

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VERMONT | When we consider Vermont’s sex offender registry, let’s not forget that it’s designed as a civil regulatory scheme and not a vindictive means to further punish and censure fellow citizens for their past crimes. Read more

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From the editor: It’s not always so hunky-dory when it comes to Montpelier’s power and the state’s dairy industry. A recent example illustrates that even farming isn’t immune from government’s long arm. Read more

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The Twitter scandle involving Burlington Police Chief Brandon del Poso is at an end, but it seems there’s a lack of maturity on the part of Burlington’s other so-called finest. Read more

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You may recall a news story, which was widely reported in August, about a lawsuit brought by a woman who was the victim of a kidnapping and sexual assault involving suspect Everett Simpson. Read more

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Winter-like weather comes early in Vermont. This year, here in the Champlain Valley, we had our first taste of the changing seasons by early November. Read more

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Each week, we do our best to provide our readers with timely, accurate community news, as well as coverage of education, features on engaging community members, and the high school sports coverage you have come to expect. Read more

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Each week, we do our best to provide our readers with timely, accurate community news, as well as coverage of education, features on engaging community members, and the high school sports coverage you have come to expect. Read more

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When November rolls around, I like to buy my copy of the New Year’s Farmer’s Almanac at the local supermarket. Read more

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For the first time in 25 years, the Section VII high school sports season came to an end with a win! Read more

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