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MIDDLEBURY | Last week, when retired homeowners Doug and Pat Richmond of Underhill were told by an official of their home fuel-oil dealer, Patterson Fuels, that their basement fuel tank was being “red tagged”... Read more

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RUTLAND | While much of Vermont is a safe haven for liberals and progressives, Rutland County continues to thrive as a regional outpost for GOP leaders, as shown by the results of the recent primary election. Read more

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Mars may need women, at least according to the 1967 sci-fi B movie, “Mars Needs Women”, but Vermont needs more young people and middle-class families — that is, more people paying taxes and fees. Read more

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Free electricity from the Sun has been a dream for decades. Read more

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Vermont, along with 19 other states, has a long-term greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction mandate. Read more

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VERMONT — A recent published statement by Vermont Housing Finance Agency Executive Director Sarah Carpenter to former state auditor Randy Brock on True North Reports... Read more

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As the Republican Congress struggled to “repeal and replace” Obamacare, the political landscape is steadily shifting. Read more

Letters to the Editor

FERRISBURGH — It took just one legislator to rain on the parade of Vermont House members’ 143-1 vote on the state’s $5.8 billion fiscal year 2018 budget plan back in March. Read more

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MONTPELIER — The Vermont Department of Health is conducting a series of presentations for health care professionals about new rules governing the prescribing of opioids. Read more

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BURLINGTON — When it comes to state regulations, Vermont’s dairy farmers may be breathing a little sigh of relief after listening to the state’s agriculture secretary last week. Read more

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MONTPELIER — The Vermont Public Service Board on Feb. 2 penalized Vermont Gas Systems’ earnings for three years due to management shortcomings dating back to early construction of a new gas pipeline running through Addison County. Read more

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RUTLAND — Vermont’s dirty little secret is out in the open. The Green Mountain State is the victim of a demographic shift. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY — Last week, Vermont press outlets found themselves caught in the middle of an apparent fake news story first reported by the Washington Post. Read more

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RUTLAND — In 2013, the Obama administration brought in software experts from the private sector — including industry giants such as Google, Oracle and Red Hat — to fix the flawed federal health care exchange website designed by CGI Federal. Read more

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Now is the Minter of our discontent. Why such discontent? Read more

Letters to the Editor

MIDDLEBURY —Randolph “Randy” Brock III, 73, is among Vermont’s most visible and articulate Republicans. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY - Vermont U.S. Senate candidate and businessman Scott Milne, a Republican, was the only candidate in the senate race to reach out and visit the Eagle’s office this year. Read more

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Last week outgoing Gov. Peter Shumlin (D) made public the draft agreement he made with the Federal government’s Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Read more

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As he navigates the storm over a controversial program on his home turf, Chris Louras offers local leaders some tips from the trenches Read more

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At the Tunbridge Fair, Democrat gubernatorial candidate Sue Minter indicated in an interview with WDEV’s Mike Smith that she is in favor of expanding the Vermont state sales and use tax to services. Read more

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