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    03/27/2015 09:38 PM EDT
    Deer urine regulations should be science-based Editor of the Reformer: Commercial scent manufacturers across the country are speaking out in opposition to the proposed ban on the use of deer urine as an attractant aid for hunting in Vermont. 
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    03/26/2015 08:20 PM EDT - Sign up now for Green Street's Tulip Trot Editor of the Reformer: The Green Street School community is gearing up for its third annual "5K Tulip Trot" on Saturday May 2. Full Story

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    03/24/2015 07:56 PM EDT - Who's the fool? Editor of the Reformer: With April Fools' Day just around the corner, it appears that the meat, egg, and dairy industries have been playing us for fools all year-round. Full Story

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    03/23/2015 08:49 PM EDT - It takes volunteers to make a village I'm writing you on behalf of an organization here in town: It Takes a Village-Brattleboro. Full Story

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    03/22/2015 08:22 PM EDT - Editor of the Reformer: Mt. Snow Express Bus Thanks! Full Story

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    03/20/2015 07:31 PM EDT - Not easy to accept Editor of the Reformer: Your editorial "Feasting on the corpse of our republic" (March 14-15) was superb. Full Story

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    03/18/2015 07:49 PM EDT - Bring L.L. Bean to town? Editor of the Reformer: How interesting that the L. Full Story

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    03/17/2015 08:51 PM EDT - Cookies and Entergy Editor of the Reformer: Recently, there was a small article about the sale of Girl Scout Cookies (Around Windham County, March 11). Full Story

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    03/16/2015 08:31 PM EDT - Time to clean up our 'wood-burning act' Editor of the Reformer: As a Chimney Safety Institute-certified chimney sweep, I am ashamed that Vermont leads our nation in wood stove emissions. Full Story

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    03/15/2015 09:51 PM EDT - Editor of the Reformer: It was certainly a hot show for a cold weekend at New England Center for Circus Art's annual Circus Spectacular on Feb. Full Story

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    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Actress Taraji P. Henson has apologized to police in the Southern California city of Glendale for accusing an officer of racially profiling her son. Full Story
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