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I have been thinking about the power of nature with fall hurricane season almost upon us. We are all too familiar with the frightening power of nature in the form of rushing waters, hurricane winds and tornadoes that can rip through our familiar … more
Netflix hits all the right notes in its new series, "Atypical," which takes a much-needed and welcomed look at what it's like to have autism.I know because I live with autism. In a world where the autism spectrum remains a mystery to many, the show … more
The Vermont Department of Public Safety has earned two reputations of late — one good and the other bad.First, the good reputation: The department recruits and employs dedicated public servants who are willing to put themselves in harm's way … more
I'm one of those idiots who always looks up when an airplane is flying over. I've been doing it my entire life. I like aircraft and I'm still fascinated by flight. I'm not interested in getting my pilot's license primarily because I don't have a … more
For nearly 200 years the Brattleboro Retreat has been a valuable healthcare resource and an important economic driver here in southern Vermont. That's why one of my primary goals as hospital CEO is to ensure that the decisions we make today will … more
The world has reason to fear that we may be on the brink of a nuclear war between two countries led by mentally deranged leaders. In order to preserve a bit of peace of mind I have retreated into a make-believe world where a solution to this mess … more
By waiting more than two days to give even a half-hearted condemnation of the violence in Charlottesville, our Krusty the Clown president proves himself once again to be nothing short of a closed-minded, bigoted, intolerant, prejudiced, dogmatic … more
So my daughter and son-in-law opened a new restaurant in Walpole, and it is a hit. Farm-to-table and all natural. Their farm supplies the grass-fed beef and chicken, including pork from pigs that are pastured in fields and woods. They are busy. Too … more
On Saturday, the same day white supremacists were marching through the streets of Charlottesville, Va., former SIT Professor Emerita and staff member Beatriz Fantini published a story in the Brattleboro Reformer about the history of the Experiment … more
It is important the discussion move beyond its present polarization — the rallying to one side or the other, the choosing of loyalties. If the community is to find real resolution this has to be understood as more than good guys and bad guys. … more
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