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Not too many years ago, when you went to see your medical provider, you were the focal point. In the ensuing years, that has changed. Today, you are still greeted by a medical provider, who holds an … more
A welcome phenomenon is sweeping the country: a long-oppressed group is coming to the fore and shaping more progressive contours in the political landscape. And I'm not talking about … more
In 1919, Germany spawned a charismatic man who would rise to level of national leader. He was a powerful orator who had the ability to convince the downtrodden to either commit some of the worst … more
Over the years, I have pointed out that it can be quite lucrative to be an embezzler in Vermont. All too often, deferred or suspended sentences have been given to those convicted, little or no … more
Readers: The following address was delivered Saturday at the 4 Freedoms Festival event at Manchester's Factory Point Town Green by Chard deNiord, the Poet Laureate of Vermont. It is reprinted here … more
For the first time when I went section hiking on my own along the Long Trail/Appalachian Trail, covering the vast delicate flawless Green Mountains from Bennington to Rutland, it was impressive to me … more
Gen. John Burgoyne was Britain's hope to quell the rebellion occurring in "The Grants" (as Vermont was once known) in what would one day become the United States of America. He was a seasoned general … more
I was appalled when I found out that our local elementary school was utilizing a non-environmentally friendly laundry detergent in their laundromat. Also, the soap is costly, so a more generic brand … more
Forty years ago, on July 27, in the wood-paneled dining room of Robert Todd Lincoln's ancestral home, Hildene, in Manchester, Vermont, a transaction of momentous significance took place. It was on … more
You and your toddler daughter are walking through a shopping center parking lot on your way to go buy groceries. Your daughter really likes shopping with you, because she almost always gets a treat; … more
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