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In these troubled and troubling times we all need a way to protect our spirit and find ways to feed our soul. As far as I am concerned, the best way to do that is through music. Sure, there are other ways to accomplish the same thing but my personal … more
By FishHow 2017 will be a great year It won't, so get over it. 2017 will be filled with the same amount of heartache and trouble as 2016. Sorry, but the idea that we can put forth good will towards other humans is an absolutely ridiculous notion … more
By Bob Audetteraudette@reformerBRATTLEBORO — Dec. 20 was the moment of truth when I was supposed to get an update on my shoulder surgery and check to see if I have lost any weight since starting the MamaSezz Four-Week Challenge three weeks … more
Next week, new Governor Phil Scott will give his inaugural address to the Legislature, and a week or so later they'll receive his budget proposal for FY2018, which begins in July.Gov. Scott campaigned on the attractive idea that "state budget … more
West Texas is a perfect place to show that highly spent fuel from nuclear power plants can be stored safely and economically, with local approval. President-elect Donald Trump's choice to be the new energy secretary apparently thinks so.For years, … more
"Yes," I say. "It's tradition!" It's funny. Sometimes my children claim "tradition" as their right. Shopping for deals right after Thanksgiving is just not to be messed with, even when I suggest that perhaps we could just look for things online … more
As the recent election cycle demonstrated, American politics is beset with a number of polarizing issues. Among the most obvious has been the debate over coal. Where Hillary Clinton favored renewable energy at the expense of the coal industry, … more
Card fraud is on the rise and is especially common during the holiday season. In a Reuter's article addressing holiday fraud last year it was indicated that an upswing in fraudulent activity occurred, increasing from one in 114 transactions in 2014 … more
Rutabagas? Kohlrabi? Celeriac? What does one do with these lesser known root crops? I make stew. You just need to get past the idea that they are food for "old folks" or "poor people." There were good reasons that these vegetables — and other … more
Our wood stove is a daily reminder of my family's good fortune, a source of radiant positive energy, and an ironclad prompt that we should give to others. My family recently gathered in itswarmth to discuss our charitable giving and to get some new … more
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