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The state of Vermont has more than 250 known exemptions restraining free access to public records — information that could and should be available to the public. But how does that affect … more
Monday will mark one year since Sandy Casey of East Dorset was killed in Las Vegas, in one of the worst mass shootings in our country's history. This past Saturday, her family and friends gathered … more
It's understandable that members of the Manchester Select Board, in contemplating the single-use plastic bag ban proposed by local advocacy group Earth Matters, are apparently of a mind to pass a … more
Every so often, state government gets it right, and we're glad. Unfortunately, this is not one of those times. For years, more than 200 Vermont inmates serving long-term sentences have been … more
The faculty and staff of the Bennington-Rutland Supervisory Union had settled into their seats in the Manchester Elementary-Middle School gymnasium on Monday morning when the lights went down, and a … more
More than a few times over the weekend at the Green Mountain Bluegrass & Roots Music Festival, locals were heard to say "this is exactly what this town needed." That's correct. The festival … more
How essential is a free press to Vermont? So essential that when Vermont's founding fathers convened upstairs at Elijah West's Windsor Tavern in July of 1777 to agree to a Constitution for the … more
When the news broke last week that former Bennington-Rutland Supervisory Union Superintendent and Manchester resident Dan French had been appointed secretary of education, local educators and school … more
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