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The Windham County Republican Committee will meet Saturday at 10 a.m. at Brattleboro Savings & Loan, 221 Main Street, in the Community Room (use rear... [Read More]
Windham World Affairs Council presents 'Kyrgyzstan: Heart of Central Asia,' a talk by New York University faculty member Christopher Edling, on Friday at the Centre... [Read More]
The Athens Brick Meetinghouse Committee in conjunction with the Athens Historic Preservation Society will be hosting a series of events this summer at the 1817... [Read More]
Each year the Friends of the Wardsboro Library sponsor a very special raffle to benefit the Gloria Danforth Memorial Building, the Library's home. This year's... [Read More]
Florida this month became the latest state to allow teachers to carry guns at school — even though there is no evidence to suggest this... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer,We need a national dialogue to shift the way we do business electing our next president. Please give this idea serious and... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer,I think politicians who pretend to have a plan for a cleaner, greener planet while simultaneously shoveling money at our agency of... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer,How to 'choose' away your town school: 1. Vote to merge with a larger town or towns. 2. Offer 'choice' of schools... [Read More]
Many Vermonters are not aware that Vermont is No. 2 in the U.S. for incidence of Lyme disease. According to the the Vermont Department of... [Read More]
Phil Lewis, co-owner of the Bennington Bookshop, recently joined the staff of Hoisington Realty.'I had been interested in following a career in real estate for... [Read More]
With the wind blowing hard out to left field, Tuesday's matchup between Mount Anthony and Hoosick Falls would be a game of who could put... [Read More]
Woodstock is the two-time defending Division II girls tennis champions for a reason and the Wasps put that on full display during their 7-0 win... [Read More]
Burr and Burton's John Rodriguez and Brattleboro's Adam Newton battled on Tuesday night under the lights, with each allowing only two hits. But BBA's hits... [Read More]
To the Editor:Amy Goldstein's 'Lessons seen in Vt. healthcare failure: A look back at state's single-payer effort' regrettably misses the primary lesson of this chapter... [Read More]
To the Editor:The House of Representatives should conduct an impeachment inquiry. An inquiry isn't an impeachment, but like a grand jury being impaneled to examine... [Read More]
To the Editor:Recently we have been caring for a man with a history of coronary artery bypass grafting and Type 2 diabetes. About two years... [Read More]
To the Editor:As Kate Kanelstein said in her letter (May 14), Peter Shumlin got it wrong when he backed down from implementing a single-payer healthcare... [Read More]
To the Editor:The voters of the Southwest Vermont Union Elementary School District, comprised of the current Bennington School District and the current Pownal, Shaftsbury and... [Read More]
This week through June 2, the Vermont State Police will be increasing enforcement efforts to promote safe, responsible driving in support of Operation C.A.R.E. (Crash... [Read More]
I was surprised and distressed to see The Times Argus give a prominent voice to an outside group like Independent Women's Forum. [Read More]
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