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Now that the Twin Valley school budget has passed, educators there can go back to doing what they do best for the children. And town officials in Whitingham can focus their energy on convincing legislators to change the education funding formula so … more
While this week is officially National Library Week, most people realize libraries are there for us almost every day of the year.Sure, they deserve their own week, but just stopping in on a regular basis is recognition enough for most librarians and … more
Residents in the Deerfield Valley towns of Wilmington and Whitingham have an important decision to make today.The budget for the Twin Valley school system is up for reconsideration after voters in both towns rejected the proposed spending plan … more
It would be hard to write a blueprint for federal discretionary spending and not have it include a single worthy idea. Case in point: President Donald Trump's "skinny budget" includes a lot of penny-wise, pound-foolish budget-cutting ideas — … more
It's time to pay Uncle again. All over the nation people are searching for mislaid W2 forms, bank statements, receipts from charitable giving and other proofs demanded by the IRS in order to meet the April 15 tax deadline.Some will make mistakes. … more
All too often police bear the brunt of blame when things go wrong in a highly volatile situation. And the more dramatic the outcome, the harsher the criticism. Sometimes the condemnation is warranted, especially in cases of excessive force that have … more
—Despite the absolutely horrible weather on April 1, dozens of people showed up to Brattleboro Bowl for the 36th annual Bowl for Kids' Sake, which benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Windham County.While the total raised — $30,398 … more
A recent report that shows a dramatic increase in Vermont traffic fatalities during the first quarter of 2017 should set off alarm bells.Between Jan. 1 and March 31, 16 people died as a result of 14 crashes, state records show. That's the highest … more
In case you didn't know, that was the theme of Saturday's front page. Featured on Page One were Elizabeth Ainsworth, Vermont's Mother of the Year, Evelyn Stearns, a centenarian and a veteran of World War II, and Judge Karen Carroll, who was recently … more
Never say "never," especially when "later" works just as well and is harder to argue against.The House was scheduled to vote Tuesday on a bill that would have decriminalized possession of up to two ounces of marijuana and would have let Vermonters … more
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