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By the Women's Freedom Center Each year, Nov. 20 marks Transgender Day of Remembrance, which honors the memory of those who have lost their lives to anti-trans violence. There have been 19 trans people murdered in the U.S in 2016 alone, the … more
We know that the issue of climate change causes you great sorrow because you care so deeply about our wondrous planet. We know too that sorrow can be the occasion for hardening of the heart, even hearts as kind as ours are in Vermont. We ask that … more
When I look for solutions to the problems we face, I don't start in Washington - I start here at home, in New Hampshire. The best ideas I get come from the hardworking families I see every weekend at Market Basket, the small business owners I meet … more
The town of Windham where I live has become divided over the Stiles Brook Wind Project. Iberdrola, an energy company, has given us a chance to say Yes or No to their development of the project. After it was first announced four years ago and … more
Like many in the area, I have been following the debate about siting wind turbines in Windham and Grafton with interest. The exaggerated and misleading letter by Richard Foye of Newfane compelled me to respond. Frankly, I would have expected more … more
Some of you may remember my parents, Roger and Lucy Goodeve. They were residents of Windham for nearly 30 years. They were non-residents before that, property owners who considered the town truly their second home. Roger was someone who embraced … more
At the end of a week of gray, raw, and drizzly days, I was at my wit's end. Even my intrepid corgi, Daphne, was less than fully excited about taking walks in the rain. So I did what works best for me: I planted bulbs indoors so that I can force them … more
Grandma Moses said it best: "There are no Vermonters in Heaven. No sir, once they get there and a get a look at the place they turn around and head back to Vermont." Our state is truly a special place - we have our problems, but none that can't be … more
How will the Grand Old Party put the genie back in the bottle? I'm serious, because one week from today we will likely be saying President Clinton and the Republicans will be left with this hollowed-out shell of beliefs that have been shredded. Much … more
Some people describe this year's presidential race as unusual and unprecedented. While that may be true, I see it as something that was inevitable given the rotten political system that controls the rotten process of politics in this … more
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