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The Vermont House Republicans on Election Day lost the ability to sustain a veto by Gov. Phil Scott. more

The Vermont Eagle

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The midterm elections still are not behind us completely as some key races are yet to be decided. more

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MIDDLEBURY | Peter Newton, a Democrat and deputy lieutenant sherieff in Addison County Sheriff’s Department, was elected sherieff on Nov. 6. more

The Vermont Eagle

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MIDDLEBURY | Vermont moved closer to being a one-party state after the 2018 mid-term election last week. more

The Vermont Eagle

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MIDDLEBURY | With more than 274,000 votes cast, Vermonters overwhelmingly re-elected Phil Scott to serve another term as governor, choosing the governor’s message of affordability over national buzz about gender identity. more

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PLATTSBURGH | Data is emerging on how North Country voters cast their ballots. more

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GLENS FALLS | Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-Willsboro) announced last week that she will share stories of North Country veterans on her Congressional website throughout the month of November in honor of Veterans Day. 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. more

Editorials

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By now, the outcomes from the midterm elections will be known. more

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MIDDLEBURY - This year, Republican candidates like Jack Williams and Brook Paige weren’t the only ones worried about left-wing radicalism creeping into Vermont’s politics. more

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As a middle child, I say that Alexander did not provide a balanced, independent editorial on Oct. 13. more

Letters to the Editor

I am a white woman whose grandfather came from Italy to the United States seeking a better life. more

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In the Nov. 1 edition of the Vermont Addison Eagle, I wrote a letter to the editor regarding “support” for Peter Newton, a candidate for Addison County sheriff. more

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It was good to know that those running for our congressional seat discussed environmental matters, including climate change, during one of the debates. more

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The past six years I have served in the Vermont House for the Addison 3 district, comprised of Addison, Ferrisburgh, Panton, Vergennes, and Waltham. more

The Vermont Eagle

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Emily Martz has spent months on the road campaigning for the 45th Senate District. more

The Sun

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ELIZABETHTOWN | State Sen. Betty Little (R-Queensbury) says helping people is her favorite part of the job. more

The Sun

Regarding our increase in our national debt: more

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Reading all the critics of the various political parties, most ill-informed and over-emotional, I look back to a time I first started reading the news, listening to the radio and watching TV. more

Letters to the Editor

Michelle Tolosky (“GOP no longer party of my parent’s generation,” Sept. 29 edition) expresses her disenchantment with today’s GOP. more

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  • 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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