“Outta my way!”

The Vermont State Police announce they are out in force these days in response to the record number of fatal crashes on Vermont roads in the last couple of weeks. Not a moment too soon. As police mounted “saturation patrols” … Continued

Tax fraud – right here in River City?

VICTORY, Vt. — A Connecticut family listed among the defendants in an ongoing voter fraud lawsuit has admitted voting in Vermont elections, according to public court documents. Family members said they got approval to do so from the Vermont Secretary … Continued

Alert to parents and voters

Dear Editor, I write as a former member of the Green Mountain Union High School faculty and 20 plus year teaching veteran of public and private schools. I want to alert parents and voters who have a stake in Green … Continued

What federally required achievement tests tell us

Like the unexplained monoliths in the classic movie, “2001, A Space Odyssey,” our standardized test scores float untethered in space, free of the very things they are supposed to measure; yet having great power. They claim to measure “college and … Continued

Thank you from Mount Holly Volunteer Fire Department

Dear Editor,   The Mount Holly Volunteer Fire Department would like to thank everyone who supported us during our recent auction. Thanks to the generosity of businesses from throughout our region our auction was very successful. Special thanks to the … Continued

  An open letter to anyone willing to listen

Dear Editor, I am listening to news reporters, voters and politicians get more and more agitated (while using very polite words) by the antics of Donald Trump. I have difficulty saying “President Trump” because I am appalled that we as … Continued

Northern Vt. electric grid reaching saturation point

By Michael Bielawski, True North Reports New electric utility development in northern Vermont may not be possible due to energy grid saturation. “During periods of a high generation or low consumer demand, ISO New England must curtail some resources in … Continued

Thank you from the Rushfords

Dear editor, Jil and Kim Rushford would like to thank everyone that came and donated at the Battle of the Bands fundraiser on Saturday, July 29. The event raised $2,000, but this was only made possible by the great amount … Continued

Stop bashing the party

Dear editor, I do not agree with everything Trump does nor do I consider a majority of his “Tweets” presidential. However, unlike most politicians, he has attempted or has done most everything he said he would do while campaigning. His … Continued

Mass. resident: ban plastic bags in Vt.

Dear editor: I recently learned that no Vermont town has a plastic bag ban. Given that Vermont has been an environmental leader since the 70s, I was surprised and disappointed. After living for 35 years in Vermont, my husband and … Continued

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