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To the Editor: In her latest commentary published in The Sun, our duly elected Congresswoman decried the Constitutionally-mandated process for investigating improper overreach by a sitting President. Read more

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Dan Alexander

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Just when you think it can’t get any worse. Wouldn’t you know we find a way to do just that? Read more

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Gerald “Gerry” Morrow

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CHESTERFIELD | With a new year underway, and many new elected faces the Essex County Board of Supervisors, one long-time leader, Gerry Morrow, has closed a chapter here after 34 years in office. Read more

The Sun

Turning Back The Pages

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Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of our late president, stated her opposition to the Adirondack Northway being presently built on the grounds that it would “destroy those beautiful pines.” Read more

Community Columnists

Cameron Russell

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MIDDLEBURY | On Tuesday, Democratic candidate for Governor, Rebecca Holcombe, welcomed experienced Vermont campaign worker, Cameron Russell, as her new Campaign Manager. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

Assemblyman to face Clinton County treasurer Read more

The Sun

Betty Little announces retirement

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NEW YORK | New York state Republican Sen. Betty Little has announced that she will not be running for re-election in 2020, choosing not to run against five-year-long Clinton County treasurer and Democratic Senate runner Kimberly Davis. Read more

The Sun

VERGENNES | John Graham Housing & Services candlelight vigil for the homeless Read more

The Vermont Eagle

Cobb & Stefanik

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NORTH COUNTRY | The race for the 21st Congressional District seat gained national attention over the weekend. Read more

The Sun

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JAY | New York Times best-selling author Tim Rowland’s newest book confirms what many have suspected: politics is a weird business. Read more

The Sun

MORIAH | Fourteen years ago, Larry Cutting had one of those fantastic ideas born of genius and too many beers. He and a couple of his neighbors on Mutton Hollow Road decided to celebrate Labor Day with their very own parade... Read more

The Sun

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It is difficult to turn on the television or pick up a newspaper these days without hearing about “Man Made Global Warming.” It is certainly apparent that the weather is indeed turning against us in powerful ways but is it really “man-made?” Read more

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Dan Alexander

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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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Dan Alexander

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In 1985 while playing a pickup game of softball, I chased down a foul ball. Even though it hit the ground and there was no play to be made, I charged the ball hard and stuck my left leg in the ground and leaned, apparently awkwardly, with my... Read more

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Dan Alexander

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I wonder at times if Americans have gotten too caught up in the current day hustle and bustle of life to reflect on what a great country we are privileged to call home. Read more

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