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Next month, Vermont will elect a U.S. senator. Vermonters want a senator for Vermont. By his own choices, Bernie Sanders has ceased to be that senator. more

The Vermont Eagle

In “Thoughts From Behind The Pressline”  (Oct. 13 edition), Kavanaugh was never fit for this position. more

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When we are finally alone in the voting booth, what comes to mind just before we make our marks? more

Letters to the Editor

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Last week, Secretary of State Jim Condos joined local business leaders at Stonecutter Spirits to discuss ongoing efforts to increase access and ease of use for business owners, entrepreneurs, and citizens who need to interact with Vermont government more

The Vermont Eagle

It is my fervent hope that all of us who are American citizens will fulfill our responsibility to vote in the upcoming national election. more

Letters to the Editor

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PLATTSBURGH | Clinton County voters will head to the polls on Nov. 6  to decide a number of local races here... more

The Sun

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PLATTSBURGH | Jeff Moore thinks the City of Plattsburgh is at a crossroads. more

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PLATTSBURGH | Peter Regnier wants to use his experience in the entertainment and business sectors to boost economic development and quality-of-life projects in the City of Plattsburgh. more

The Sun

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Over the next few weeks while I’m on vacation, I plan to use some old columns that I hope provide some perspective on where we find ourselves today. more

Guest Columnists

Being an honorably discharged, disabled veteran who is service-connected and who has found it extremely difficult to rely on the Veterans Affairs (VA) Health Care system for my health care needs... more

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Local resident Mary Gill-Warren posted a response on Sen. Chris Bray’s Facebook page recently: more

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It is very real. There are, roughly speaking, two sides to a major portion of the issues today, and each side sees the other side as being seriously deluded. more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Candidates are refining their health care pitches in the waning days of the race for New York’s 21st Congressional District. more

The Sun

The editorial correctly points out that Tedra Cobb has raised far less than the incumbent, Rep. Elise Stefanik. more

Letters to the Editor

According to report last week by Montpelier columnist Guy Page, several Addison County and Rutland County state senate candidates are in the catbird seat when it comes to 2018 general election political contributions. more

The Vermont Eagle

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

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On Nov. 6, voters must think carefully about which candidate will best represent each one of us in New York’s 21st Congressional District. more

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MIDDLEBURY | While Vermont Gov. Phil Scott hasn’t been seen stumping for many Republican candidates ahead of the Nov. 6 election, on Tuesday he joined independent Addison County state Senate candidates Marie Audet and Paul Ralston... more

The Vermont Eagle

Elise Stefanik is a member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. more

Letters to the Editor

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PLATTSBURGH | Tedra Cobb is having a moment. more

The Sun 2 Comments

  • The world's first nuclear power plant to produce electricity from the atom: Experimental Breeder Reactor 1, in the Great Basin Desert of Idaho. Photo taken July 2014.

  • Pete Chagnon, a life-long Vermonter and proud U.S. Navy veteran, said the high cost of living in the state was a key factor in his decision to move to Maine instead of retiring his home state.

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    The Adirondack Park turned 40 this year. At their annual meeting on July 18, attendees said the political climate is markedly different than when the region’s leading environmental advocacy organization was launched in 1975. Pictured above: Executive Director William Janeway poses with former board chairs at the Heaven Hill Farm in Lake Placid.

  • A bond slatted to pay for renovations at Charlotte Central School is less expensive than originally thought. (Image courtesy CCS)

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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.

  • North Country lawmakers are livid that Joyce Mitchell, who pled guilty to her role in the escape of two inmates from Clinton Correctional last month, will continue to receive her state pension.

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