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MIDDLEBURY | The city of Rutland’s former mayor, Christopher Louras, has been appointed by Gov. Phil Scott to head up a statewide committee on clean water. more

The Vermont Eagle

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AUSABLE FORKS | Work to remove what was once the Rome Dam on the West Branch Ausable River is wrapping up on time. more

The Sun

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ORWELL - Change is happening on the land and that’s good news for water quality, according to Water Quality Division Deputy Director Ryan Patch of the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets. more

The Vermont Eagle

MIDDLEBURY - Addison County independent candidate for the Vermont State Senate Marie Audet, a resident of Bridport, reacted strongly to an Addison Independent newspaper column last week which she described as satirizing the sexual abuse of women. more

The Vermont Eagle

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LAKE GEORGE | Town of Lake George officials and highway workers were recognized recently for their “best practices” in reducing the use of wintertime road salt while maintaining safe roadway conditions. more

The Sun

Local resident Mary Gill-Warren posted a response on Sen. Chris Bray’s Facebook page recently: more

Letters to the Editor

LAKE GEORGE | Conservationists hope to work with road crews to decrease winter salt applications more

The Sun

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MIDDLEBURY | According to a news statement by Elle O’Casey director of communications and outreach for the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, 73 percent of Vermont is still experiencing dry or drought conditions... more

The Vermont Eagle

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PLATTSBURGH | Whether you speak English or French, a new message overlooking the Northway will welcome you to Plattsburgh: more

The Sun

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LAKE GEORGE | The $22 million wastewater treatment plant planned for Lake George could raise municipal taxes by about 50 percent for the next 30 years... more

The Sun

A new state report about a pilot program to test school drinking water for lead recommends that all Vermont school water systems be tested for the toxic metal immediately. more

Editorials

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LAKE GEORGE | Preservation of 13.2 acres of wooded wetlands near Lake George’s Warner Bay will be a reality if tentative plans of Warren County leaders and the Lake George Land Conservancy go forward. more

The Sun

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PLATTSBURGH | The Plattsburgh City Beach closed for the season last week, marking an end to what turned out to be a profitable summer. more

The Sun

As a lifelong dairy farmer, I bring a unique perspective to my work with the Governor’s Climate Action Commission. more

The Vermont Eagle

TICONDEROGA | The Environmental Protection Agency has fined the Town of Ticonderoga $50,000 for failing to bring an aging water system that flows out of Gooseneck Pond up to federal standards. more

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The 2017 annual drinking water quality report stated on Sept. 13, 2017 that the Gooseneck water production was 625,000 gallons of water per day. more

Letters to the Editor

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TICONDEROGA | The recent North Country Algal Blooms Summit in Ticonderoga was part of a $65 million initiative to understand and prevent the growth of summer algae blooms. more

The Sun

Despite snow blanketing the North Country in March, spring is near and many of us here in New York are preparing for the return of migratory birds... more

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TICONDEROGA | Experts briefed state and local officials last week in Syracuse on harmful algal blooms. more

The Sun

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RAY BROOK | Adirondack Park Agency commissioners took a first look at proposed changes to the definition, management and use of Adirondack Park State Land “Travel Corridors.” more

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