There are two traditions in Vermont that focus on wildlife – hunters and anglers and wildlife watchers, or those who interact with wildlife without consuming it.
I read with interest the article “The Man behind the Ham” as I am a neighbor opposing the structures for his ham radio hobby. 2020 is a tough year and hobbies are important for our mental health.
New England is known for its town halls and town meetings. Not often mentioned is the Town Clock, an equally important feature all but forgotten now in many towns. Until recently, our Town Clo…
On primary day Chittenden County Senators Ginny Lyons and Michael Sirotkin and Senate candidate Thomas Chittenden each received enough write–in votes to run with a Republican nomination, in ad…
Regarding the article in which Mr. David Zuckerman was quoted defending his anti-vaccination record: Vermont statute allows and has long permitted a vaccination exemption for school attendance.
Vermont schools are preparing for September openings amid COVID-19. School administrators, in consultation with staff, families and public health officials, have been working hard to reinvent our educational systems in ways that provide students with rich learning while keeping students, staff and the public safe.
We need to follow the CDC guidelines along with Governor Scott and our Selectboard's requirement to wear masks. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you. If you cannot wear a ma…
I am writing to voice my support for Molly Gray for lieutenant governor. If we keep electing the same officials, we will keep getting the same results. I believe it’s time for fresh faces in Montpelier and I can’t think of someone better than Molly.
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