On April 16, 2019, I learned that I had experienced sudden-onset hearing loss in my left ear. There’s no known cause and no cure.

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We do it because we don’t know what else to do — uncovering the truth and shedding light on it is what gets us through the day and motivates us to get out of bed the next.

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We realize the Vermont State colleges System faces major financial problems, compounded by the coronavirus pandemic. So does virtually every business in the state, indeed the nation. We’re all trying to figure out how to skate through this crisis and emerge at the other end.

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It’s outrageous that attorney general T.J. Donovan — the state government’s top lawyer — is refusing to accept a ruling by the Vermont Supreme Court.

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You’d think that the vermont state government’s top lawyer would have respect for the law. So, it’s baffling why Attorney General TJ Donovan is fighting so hard to keep people from having convenient access to public records.

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I grew up on Pinnacle Road, and the Stowe Reporter was always placed in the same spot on a bench in our living room. 

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Stowe has more than $2 billion worth of taxable property. It has far more million-dollar houses than any other community in Vermont. Because of the statewide school-financing system, its property tax rate is in the middle of the pack for Vermont communities. As much as people like to complai…

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Sitting at my desk at 49 School St. Tuesday morning, I heard the bell at the Stowe Community Church toll. It wasn’t the melodic carillon heard at the half-hour or hour mark; it was 9:03 a.m. At first I thought it might be the bell at the Stowe Free Library; I always look out the window to se…

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“Love means never having to say you’re sorry” was the catchphrase from the syrupy 1970 movie “Love Story.” It struck a chord with the public, and the American Film Institute puts it at No. 13 on the top 100 list of all-time movie quotes.

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