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We don't know what to be dismayed by most — that a waste water treatment upgrade in Dover was defeated by one vote or the fact that of the district's 790 eligible voters, only 71 bothered to turn out to vote.Perhaps home owners in the North … more
Recent studies show the bear population in Vermont is doing quite well. Biologists from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department estimate the state's "large and healthy" bear population at about 6,000 animals, which is at the upper end of the … more
The wrangle between supporters of private schools in Vermont and the State Board of Education, which proposes revised rules for those that accept public tuition money, continues to play out like a lingering Cold War.Another flash-point in this long, … more
The American Health Care Act — President Donald J. Trump's and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan's rapidly advanced bid to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, best known as "Obamacare" — has been pronounced dead.According to the New … more
Today, March 25, Brattleboro will hold its annual Representative Town Meeting. While the reps will have some meaty issues to weigh and decide on, they will also be discussing whether the town should rename Columbus Day — which falls this year … more
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