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Dan Alexander’s recent rant, “What lies ahead,” was offensive to those of us that serve on the various local government boards. more

Letters to the Editor

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TICONDEROGA | With the help of a grant from the International Paper Foundation, the Ticonderoga Heritage Museum has initiated a program to better preserve its extensive collection of documents and photographs. more

The Sun

WARRENSBURG | ‘Tis the season to be social and in Warrensburg this weekend, local residents will be enjoying a convivial meal together in a treasured tradition. more

The Sun

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WHALLONSBURG | A referendum vote to sustain a Town of Essex agreement with the Whallonsburg Grange Hall Association met approval on Tuesday by a wide margin: 226 to 65. more

The Sun

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TICONDEROGA | Architect Joseph Vilardo has designed some stunning homes up and down the Adirondack Coast, and there are few building materials in which he does not have fluency. But gingerbread was a stretch. more

The Sun

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Sun Community News & Printing will host a community forum to discuss next steps for the proposed merger process between Westport Central School and Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School on Monday, Nov. 26 at 6 p.m. ... more

The Sun

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BOLTON LANDING | In a referendum held Oct. 20, the voters of the Bolton Central School District approved the school administration’s building construction and renovation project, by a vote of 281 to 191. more

The Sun

BOLTON LANDING | Governmental spending in the town of Bolton as proposed in the town’s 2019 preliminary budget reflects a 4.8 percent increase, while the amount to be raised by taxes equals a 1.1 percent hike. more

The Sun

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Over the last two years, I have had the pleasure of partnering with many great individuals and organizations that work hard to help members of our community. more

Guest Columnists

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VERGENNES - Habitat for Humanity of Addison County recently completed the purchase of a four-lot subdivision in Vergennes, which will eventually be the site of Habitat’s first home-building project in the northern part of the county. more

The Vermont Eagle

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PLATTSBURGH | The Plattsburgh Common Council last week unanimously approved a resolution authorizing Plattsburgh City Police Chief Levi Ritter to sign a rental agreement to open a new police community outreach office on Margaret Street. more

The Sun

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WARRENSBURG | A woman who devoted nearly her entire adult life to ensuring that hundreds of area youth are prepared to live healthy, fulfilling lives, was honored last week by the Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) of Warren County. more

The Sun

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ELIZABETHTOWN | As election season reaches a fever pitch, the Whallonsburg Grange Hall is giving voters a nudge to remind them that the venerable old facility is also on the ballot. more

The Sun

Clinton, Essex and Franklin Counties are great places to live and raise a family. more

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CHESTER | The Town of Chester has been ramping up its campaign to boost the ambiance of the town, and it is now seeking sponsors for further beautification efforts. more

The Sun

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PLATTSBURGH | A new senior director of operations has been hired at the Plattsburgh YMCA. more

The Sun

ELIZABETHTOWN | A day after Elizabethtown-Lewis Central and Westport Central voters approved one of the two merger votes, ELCS reviewed exit poll data and discussed preliminary next steps in the formal centralization review process. more

The Sun

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WESTPORT | District officials are surveying the landscape following a straw poll vote last week that paved the way for a merger between Elizabethtown-Lewis Central (ELCS) and Westport Central (WCS). more

The Sun

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MIDDLEBURY | Last week, Gov. Phil Scott announced the allocation of $2.8 million from the state tax incentives program for 16 building rehab and construction projects around the state, supporting more than $324 million in downtown and village center more

The Vermont Eagle

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Westport Central and Elizabethtown-Lewis Central voters decided last week to move forward in the merger process between the two districts. more

Editorials

  • During the 2013 edition of the World’s Largest Garage Sale, bargain-hunters walk up Main St. in Warrensburg. The sale offers virtually everything from dollar-store items, tools and household goods to valuable antiques and rare collectibles. This year’s great sale, officially to be held Saturday Oct. 3 through Sunday Oct. 4, is to offer train rides for visitors seeking to avoid the traffic and parking woes — as well as the ‘Family Fun Zone’ which features free entertainment and activities for those weary of shopping.

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    LEMONAIDES — Young volunteers Jamisyn Baker, Sophia Tedesco, Maguire Baker, and Jaryn Mazzariello-Peer crewed a lemonade stand last week to help raise money, with the Southwestern Council On Aging, for the 2015 Walk-to-End Alzheimer’s. Members of the Rutland City Fire Department stopped by to show their support and purchase some hirst-quenching lemonade. The Rutland Walk-to-End Alzheimer’s will be held Saturday, Sept, 12, in Main Street Park located along U.S. Route 7. For details, contact Heather L Baker at 802-786-5990 or hbaker@svcoa.net.

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  • Cynthia Root, “Clarence,” watercolor on paper

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    At its recent meeting, the Middlebury Select Board authorized Town Manager Kathleen Ramsay to submit a grant application to the Addison County Regional Planning Commission's Transportation Advisory Committee.

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    Clinton County Historical Association

    Pictured above is a few of 14 duplexes built to house army officers and their families. They housed some very well known leaders in America’s military history including Leonard Wood, Douglas MacArthur, Johnathan Wainwright, Mark Clark, George Marshall and Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.

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