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Americans awoke Monday morning to learn that the deadliest mass shooting in American history took place Sunday night in Las Vegas.As of this writing, we know from the Associated Press that at least … more
The Trump administration is unflinching in its misbegotten campaign to protect the coal industry from what has become an obvious and inevitable decline. Eight months in, the administration has … more
A volunteer non-profit group in Wilmington is making a noble effort to reclaim a vital community resource that was lost when the Twin Valley School system consolidated from three buildings down to … more
For many of us who tuned in to watch the NFL this weekend, the discussion about statistics and percentages and quarterback ratings never got off the ground because we were too busy arguing about … more
It's been a good week for the Brattleboro Police Department, with its transition from the Municipal Offices on Main Street to its new facility on Black Mountain Road running smoothly.Last Friday, the … more
Vermont is well-known around the world as a place that welcomes outsiders, as travelers or as new residents.It has to be. There's just 625,000 of us here, and it's not overstating the facts to say every visitor who pulls up to a roadside store for … more
We suspected that New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu might have an agenda problem, or maybe a hidden agenda, when his first legislative initiative was right-to-work legislation. While right-to-work is a darling of the Koch brothers and kindred spirits, … more
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