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Vermont and France have at least two attributes in common — both produce world class cheese and both have a low carbon footprint. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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LAKE GEORGE | Mayor Robert Blais voiced a plea last week in person to state officials, telling them that the taxpayers of Lake George would be undertaking a crushing debt load if the state doesn’t direct at least $6 million more towards... Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | As the government shutdown lumbers on with no end in sight, county officials have begun to field calls about Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | In the North Country, the cost of heating a home through the frigid winters months can prove too much for some residents to shoulder. Read more

The Sun

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PLATTSBURGH | Just over 72 hours after Mayor Colin Read announced that he had vetoed the council’s decision to accept a deal to fix the Webb Island Footbridge, a handful of residents were at City Hall’s doorstep. Read more

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Many Vermonters are not benefiting from the state’s economic growth. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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The Dec. 11 Rutland Herald editorial, titled “Classic Conundrum,” asks whether Vermont should tax fossil fuels as “the best, most effective way to limit greenhouse gas emissions” or pass because it’s “a tough sell,”... Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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RUTLAND - Six local schools are part of a sweeping $31 million, seven-year GEAR UP grant awarded to the Vermont Student Assistance Corp. from taxpayer funds. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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

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Life brings extra challenges to people with a disability. Putting food on the table should not be one of them. Read more

Letters to the Editor

PLATTSBURGH | Plattsburgh City Police are raising money to benefit the Clinton County Christmas Bureau. Read more

The Sun

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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. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | More than any other issue, health care has animated the national and local political landscape during the midterm election cycle. Read more

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TICONDEROGA | Residents of the Greater Ticonderoga area who live in older mobile homes that are drafty or unsafe could potentially be eligible for a new house under a New York grant program that will be accepting applications this fall. Read more

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The $15 minimum wage is an increasingly hot topic in the election debates. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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News about a recent Trump administration housing plan has a few local landlords worried. Read more

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The “Guest Viewpoint” in the March 10 Eagle needs an answer to try to bring to it some sensibility. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Work to improve public health has paid off in Essex County. Read more

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ALBANY | Local National Grid customers will see an 11 percent increase in their electricity and gas rates over the next three years. Read more

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Vermont Student Assistance Corp., joined by school guidance counselors, business leaders, parents and students, are calling on lawmakers to preserve the use of the taxpayer-funded Vermont State Grant program at institutions of higher education... Read more

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