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It is not too late to join the Pleasant Valley Chorale’s fall session! Rehearsals are at 7 p.m. Tuesdays. The chorale just began rehearsing their holiday program for two mid-December concerts. New members are welcome at the start of session. Read more

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We’re all guilty when it comes to pushing off the tough tasks to a later date. Our government entities are far worse when it comes to kicking the can down the road. Read more

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As another summer draws to an end and the days grow shorter, we try to squeeze in those summertime activities before the season changes, and we’ll soon find ourselves anxiously awaiting summer 2020. Read more

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Last week’s column about the recent shootings in El Paso and Dayton received a fair amount of commentary this week. It seems the column struck a nerve on both sides of the aisle, but not for reasons you may think. Read more

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My constituents in the North Country are increasingly concerned about the cost of health care – and with good reason. Read more

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Summer is in full swing here in the North Country, and families are taking advantage of the warm weather and long days by spending more time outdoors. Bike riding can be a great way to stay fit and healthy as well as explore our... Read more

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From New York to California, Iowa to Louisiana, high-profile shootings have robbed America of the men and women that have sworn to protect their communities. Read more

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The Chazy Senior Housing Development Corporation (CSHC) was created in the year 2000 with the goal of building a low-income senior housing facility in the Town of Chazy. Several applications were submitted with the state of New York for... Read more

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Whether transporting products for a small business, going to work or getting their kids to school, folks in the North Country depend on our local roads and bridges that get them where they need to go. Read more

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The month of July has been a special month in the hearts of American patriots for a very long time. Read more

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The 2019 Vermont legislative session is now history, and it’s worth taking stock of its accomplishments, both positive and negative. Read more

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The first Democrat presidential debates for 2020 have been announced, and it sounds more like a 2-card, free-for-all mud wrestling event than a professional interview process for selecting the party’s ultimate candidate. Read more

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While the $15 minimum wage, paid family leave, and unrestricted abortion bills have received most of the press, other bills have passed Vermont House and Senate relatively unnoticed. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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The Long Range Transportation Plan of 1995 reaffirmed as the highest priority the maintenance and improvement of Vermont’s highways and bridges. Read more

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The warm weather is finally here and for many of us in the North Country, that means spending more time outdoors. Read more

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There are many words in many languages to describe what it means to be a father. Read more

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We spend a lot of time and energy trying to get insects out of our gardens, but what if we thought about trying to bring more in? Read more

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According to Vermont Senate bill S113, approved by the 2019 Legislature and now awaiting approval on Gov. Phil Scott’s desk, the statewide ban on point-of-sale plastic bags, straws and coffee stirrers will take effect July 1, 2020. Read more

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We’ve witnessed some remarkable changes in the media landscape over the last decade. Read more

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Now that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation is complete and his report has been released to Congress and the American public, policy makers on both sides of the aisle have an opportunity to come together and take actionable steps to... Read more

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