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    Fish: No reason to expect anything different

    03/31/2015 08:32 PM EDT
    I guess if you live in Vermont life seems simpler, easy to a degree. 
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    Scheuermann: Transforming education, educationally and fiscally
    03/27/2015 09:38 PM EDT - By Heidi E. Scheuermann The good news from Montpelier is that education reform is on the table this legislative session. Full Story

    Juicebox Confession: Choosing a night interrupted
    03/27/2015 09:25 PM EDT - "I feel bad for you!" The words were typed with sincerity, condolences. Full Story

    Gardening: A new way to grow and display indoor plants
    03/26/2015 08:18 PM EDT - This is the time of year when I am chomping at the bit, all ready to garden, but without much I can do outside. Full Story

    Fish: Post like your grandma will read it, you dolt!
    03/24/2015 07:53 PM EDT - Man up 'Murica! If you have something to say then be strong enough in character to say it to someone's face and not take a cheap shot from your keyboard. Full Story

    The independent investor: The rise of the smoothie
    03/20/2015 08:01 PM EDT - The global market for smoothies is projected to hit $9 billion this year. Full Story

    A tribute to Eugene C. Winslow
    03/20/2015 07:33 PM EDT - From 1964 to 1974, Eugene Clinton Winslow was an inspiring president of Windham College, an important member of the Putney community, and a truly valued mentor, colleague, and friend of mine. Full Story

    The high cost of a potent drug
    03/20/2015 07:33 PM EDT - Today's pot is much more potent than people realize. Full Story

    Brattleboro schools: With your budget in mind
    03/20/2015 07:28 PM EDT - For the informational meeting for Town Representatives on Wednesday night, I started off by explaining the budget process the Brattleboro Town School Board goes through each year. Full Story

    Gardening: Pruning apple trees
    03/19/2015 07:44 PM EDT - Often the snow on the hilly south side of my house has melted by early March, allowing snowdrops to push their little noses out of the ground and permitting me to pick buds that open up indoors. Full Story