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Last week, I wrote a letter to the editor of Castleton University's student newspaper, The Spartan, in response to the University's recent announcement of a... [Read More]
If you're a murderous dictator, this is a joyous time to be alive. No one will make much of a fuss if your opposition leader... [Read More]
Louis Farrakhan is a despicable, antisemite whose cozy picture with then-Sen. Barack Obama was buried for 10 years after it was taken. It doesn't really... [Read More]
The weather has been a ferocious opponent during this high school tournament season but at long last the girls state championships will be completed —... [Read More]
As a retired Vermont Yankee engineer, I have continued to follow the activities related to the decommissioning of the plant. I read with great interest... [Read More]
It was with a sense of sadness that I read that David Moats's tenure as editorial page editor is ending. Mr. Moats has been a... [Read More]
Donald J. Trump's nest of vipers sold their soul to the devil to install their "Kremlin approved" puppet into the White House and now the... [Read More]
It was with great interest that I read Dr. Lewis First's commentary, "A Mouthful of Dental Myths." I would like to add that another reason... [Read More]
 March 11-17 is Sunshine Week, a national celebration of access to public information and what it means for you and your community. All across Vermont... [Read More]
Elise Anderson, teaching assistant and senior at Green Mountain College, uses a bowl gouge on a lathe while making a bowl out of maple wood... [Read More]
Officials at Same Sun of Vermont say they're aware of concerns about the solar industry, but say their business is doing well and expanding. Co-owner... [Read More]
Whether you find them beautiful or an eyesore, the thousands of solar panels arrayed by the state's roadsides and wind turbines lining some mountain ridges... [Read More]
Two Nigerians, implicated in a conspiracy last year to file fraudulent tax returns with stolen personal information from hundreds of Vermont state employees, have agreed... [Read More]
Tuesday's snowstorm forced the postponement of the boys and girls basketball tournament games scheduled to be held at the University of Vermont and Barre Auditorium.... [Read More]
In the wake of the mass shooting that occurred in a high school in Parkland, Florida, our United States Congress cannot turn a blind eye... [Read More]
The annual maple season got off to another early start with warmups in parts of New England, and producers are hopeful the recent cold and... [Read More]
Alex Charleston of Hop to It Towing on Cleveland Avenue in Rutland City hoses down a truck between calls Monday afternoon. Towing services could be... [Read More]
Chase Bristol, who turned 14 Monday, does a tail-whip on his scooter while riding after school Monday near Baxter Street Park in Rutland City. (Photo... [Read More]
She has a golf swing made for the LPGA Tour and she'll steal your heart like a young Shirley Temple. Not a bad combination. Blessed... [Read More]
Fans should note the earlier start time for tonight's Division IV state championship girls basketball game. Mount St. Joseph and Blue Mountain tip off at... [Read More]
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