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When we bought our home in Guilford in 1980 crime was not something we thought about. We never locked our front door and we never worried about some of the more seedy elements of society invading our … more
Governor Phil Scott believes we can make our education system the very best in the country, if we have the courage to rethink the current system, which is diverting valuable budget dollars away from … more
Feckless, that's how I would describe this administration. Feckless, because it's completely useless to the American people, it lacks initiative, strength, character and it's irresponsible, which is … more
Regardless of how the political debate over whether to raise property tax rates ends, the Education Fund is going to spend nearly $1.7 billion dollars next year on 76,000 students in pre-kindergarten … more
Along with other Windham County professionals sponsored through a Vermont Department of Health Drug Free Community grant, I attended the National RX Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit held in Atlanta on … more
Late on Thursday Phil Scott vetoed his third budget of his administration and second this session (only one other budget has ever been vetoed in Vermont's history). It is important to recognize that … more
Communities in Vermont still reeling from the toxic waste left behind in their drinking water from long-closed industrial plants understand the importance of corporate responsibility when it comes to … more
I have a security system because we live way out and it can be a little isolated here. Many years ago a neighbor's home was broken into while the home was unoccupied for a long period of time. A camp … more
BRATTLEBORO — It's easy to look back and laugh now, but David Kleinman says his incorrect answer on "Jeopardy" — in which he nervously placed our landlocked community on the Atlantic … more
I love the song "Summertime" by George Gershwin. Yet I fail to comprehend why Gershwin didn't include any flowers in the song. Yes, the cotton was high and the fish were jumping. So what? There's no … more
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