The Shelburne Selectboard Jan. 24 officially approved a $10,624,271 spending plan along with six other articles for Town Meeting Day.
The Champlain Valley School District adopted its $96 million budget at its last district meeting and has warned a vote for Town Meeting Day.
The 2023 Special Olympics Vermont Penguin Plunge is coming up on Saturday, Feb. 4, but due to severe weather, the event will now be held remotely.
The League of Women Voters of Vermont, in partnership with Kellogg-Hubbard Library, presents the fourth in its 2022-23 lecture series on the impact of climate change on Vermont.
On Sunday, Feb. 5 at 3 p.m., the Ethan Allen Homestead Museum will host a book club discussion of “Seven Years of Grace: The Inspired Mission of Ascha W. Sprague” by Sara Rath. The book is an historical novel based on a true story and steeped in primary source research about one of America’s best-known spiritualists of the 19th century.
Four years after resigning from her seat as a Vermont representative, Kiah Morris returns to tell her story in a new documentary, “Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age.”
The Black Experience 2023 is a holistic celebration of Vermont’s Black-lived experience
Ask questions and share concerns with the 2023 candidates for Shelburne Selectboard and district school board on Tuesday, Feb. 16, from 7 to 8:45 p.m. at the Shelburne town offices.
Cherry-picking data from surveys to make your point is a common distortion tactic. Cherry-picking surveys themselves takes it to another level.
Joe Biden remembers when the measure of a man was his relationship with his car and considering the president’s ride is a revered 1967 Corvette he keeps securely under wraps, why would it matter that the trunk contained a sheaf of classified documents?
Two months ago, I published a column titled “Return of the Johnstown Flood.” That was my metaphor for the flood of legislation that was certain to occur once the Democratic Party commanded a veto-proof majority in both the Vermont House and Senate. It now does, and that flood is proceeding at alarming velocity.
My household thanks you for the spectacular photo of two bobcats on the Jan. 19 cover. A real treat.
Thank you, David Kelley, for your informative, compassionate perspective on animal traps.
Week three was busy at the Statehouse. Work began on the budget adjustment, a true-ing up of all state programs’ revenues and expenditures half-way through the existing fiscal year.
What an amazing photo of two bobcats on the front page of the Jan. 19, 2023, issue of the Shelburne News.
In his Jan. 19, 2023, column in the News and Citizen Jerry D’Amico claims leghold traps do “not torture or unduly harm the animal.” (“Trapping commentaries seldom right, most always distort truth.”)
Our annual remembrance of the great Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. affords us many opportunities to reflect on the pursuit of equality as members of our communities, in our state, and across the nation.