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Former Vermont State Rep. John McClaughry (elected 1968 and 1970) was also senior policy advisor to President Reagan. Read more

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Scores of Frontier subscribers have reached out to the Sun over the past two years to detail concerns over sputtering broadband and phone service. Read more

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Vermonters opposed to a carbon tax were in Montpelier earlier this week wearing yellow reflective vests, just like their comrades in France last month. Read more

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Members of the Vermont Opioid Coordination Council released their long-awaited progress report. Read more

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Winter-like weather comes far too early in Vermont. This year, here in the Lake Champlain Valley, we had our first dusting of the white stuff in late October. Read more

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Among the numerous reasons why collectors like those old-time classic cars is that, back in the day, automobile headlights were made of good, old-fashioned glass. Read more

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Suicide rates throughout the United States, and especially in Vermont, are on the rise. Read more

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According to a news report last week by Montpelier investigative reporter and columnist Guy Page, of State Headliners appearing occasionally in this newspaper, Vermont’s homeless population is on the rise. Read more

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Should Westport Central and Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School merge? Read more

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Civil and immigrant rights groups recently announced they are suing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) secretary... Read more

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Everyone wants a peek into the future Read more

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The midterm elections, which saw Democrats win the House and Republicans expand their Senate majority, will govern the details underpinning health care for at least the next two years. Read more

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With rifle season upon us, the Eagle and the U.S. Forest Service officials at the Green Mountain National Forest (GMNF) are encouraging the public to use caution and to be visible and mindful of their surroundings in the coming weeks. Read more

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It’s over. This op-ed went to print on Tuesday morning just as voters began casting their ballots for the midterm elections. Read more

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I read a book, titled “Tomorrow-Land” by author Joseph Tirella. Read more

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A recent news report by Montpelier-based freelance columnist Guy Page indicates that receipts from Vermont’s corporate income tax (commonly called the CIT) through September jumped a whopping 80 percent over the first nine months of 2017. Read more

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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. Read more

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Just four weeks before Election Day, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has not yet agreed to debate his challengers. Read more

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With affordable housing properties in Vermont being developed for around $500 per square foot at taxpayer expense, the word “affordable” seems to have lost all meaning. Read more

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The daily newspapers in New York’s 21st Congressional District are in a lather — but for the wrong reasons Read more

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While many Adirondack residents look to their elected officials to create economic development and improve the quality of life in their hometowns, it’s great to see that North Creek is buzzing with projects from the ground up. Read more

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