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To the Editor: Now that the holiday season is behind us once again (can you believe how fast the year has gone?), the Interfaith Council wishes to thank all those who participated in our annual Holiday Project.

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To the Editor: In the aftermath of last week’s deeply unsettling attack on our American democracy, the Jewish communities of Vermont stand together with people of good conscience to vehemently oppose mob rule, violence, and racist and antisemitic hatred.

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To the Editor: I am outraged and disgusted by the statements Vermont State Police Sgt. Lucas Hall posted to his Facebook account in support of the insurgents who stormed the U.S. Capitol building last week.

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As I write this letter to the editor the results of the election are not known. A lot was learned this election with the early voting etc. I would like to point out some of my observations.

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The League of Women Voters of Vermont congratulates Vermont voters for turning out in record numbers to vote in the 2020 General Election.

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Can a cynical, weary nation that has endured the death of more than 319,000 loved ones, nine months of pandemic isolation and stress, and four years of "my party, right or wrong" polarization find meaning in the winter holidays?

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Vermont is facing another crucial moment in the COVID-19 pandemic. For our families, our communities and our financial well-being, it’s imperative that we rise to the occasion and meet this challenge head-on.

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Thousands of rioters — encouraged by President Trump — violently stormed the U.S. Capitol. Five Americans are dead and many thousands more will now live with the post-traumatic stress from hiding as the angry mob attacked. 

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This week I have been haunted by this phrase, HURRY UP PLEASE ITS TIME from T.S. Eliot’s epic poem, The Wasteland. This phrase conveys a sense of urgency for needed changes in an uncertain and confusing world in turmoil. Using this phrase as a lens, we can review our experiences during the p…

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