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If we had our way, the third-place finisher in next week's election for the Bennington-4 district in the Vermont House of Representatives would get a second-chance runoff against another House member … 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
ITVFest, after a successful two-year run in Manchester, is considering other locales for its October festival, and seeking a fairly significant outlay of cash — $250,000 a year for five years … 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
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
It used to be that it was countercultural to question what we had always been told about God by the Bible. But today, it is countercultural to question what we have always been told about God by our … more
Covering the news at a community weekly has its ups and downs. It's an occupational hazard of this curious and unpredictable business — sometimes the news is good, sometimes it's in the middle, … more
Phil Scott's first two-year term as governor of Vermont has been nothing if not interesting. Two years ago, Scott, then a Republican lieutenant governor, sought the state's highest office on a … more
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