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We're mid-stride through the summer and many Vermonters are drawn to our waterways. Our rivers provide visitors and residents alike with a bounty of recreational opportunities: swimming, fishing and boating. But, some Vermont rivers harbor … more
Often when I meet with a friend or acquaintance in a public place, others assume that I'm acting as a sort of guide or mentor. As a state senator, and now as the Senate Majority Leader, my public persona and elected position both certainly offer a … more
I can barely hear her through the squeals of our children. We pause our conversation to answer the small but mighty voices asking us question after question. The bodies attached to those voices bound off and dart between blueberry bushes. The oldest … more
While few would want to deny any health insurance coverage to active military and veterans for treatment of service related ailments, the time may have come to look at other types of coverage.Tricare, the military health insurance program, offers … more
Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life! But apparently, it's more than acceptable to run the country or at least believe that you have the ability to run the country! What can you say about a guy who literally walks around tweeting … more
If you want to spend less money on special education in public education, invest in early intervention. If you want to spend less on health issues, invest in early intervention. If you want children to be ready for school, invest in early … more
When Italian scientist Enrico Fermi built the first atomic pile (later called reactor) underneath the stands at Stagg Field at the University of Chicago in 1942, he created something that had never been seen on earth: nuclear waste from spent … more
Recent research is warning that the rapid loss of wildlife in recent decades shows the sixth mass extinction in Earth's history is underway.In the face of this warning of the sixth great extinction over the past 400 million years of earth's history, … more
It had been a busy day, full of stressors pulling me in different directions, and I was looking forward to picking up my 5-year-old from his preschool. When I got there,though, one of his teachers pulled me aside. "He's having a hard time with one … more
How many of us ever have three of something? I am currently on my third Ford Mustang, and we are about to sell it. I like the car, it is a blast to drive, but since I decided to try a luxury SUV, it has to go to make room. The romance started in … more
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