“This land is our land”

In November of 2014, 59-year-old Bernice Ende of Trego, Montana, arrived in Plymouth Union, mile 3,400 in a different kind of road trip – on horseback. Ende calls herself Lady Long Rider. Since 2005 she had left hoofprints on almost … Continued

Where the rubber meets the road

A question recently came to us: “Why does the state of VT have to try to fix something that wasn’t broken?” He was referring to the new electronic vehicle inspections. Well, in the opinion of many something has been broken: … Continued

Dear Editor, High quality education

Our government is elected to support and further the well being and prosperity of its citizens. A high quality education system is essential for prosperity. Vermonters believe strongly that local control/decision making results in the highest quality schools, ones that … Continued

Former state auditor questions $35 million housing program

REGION – Former Vermont senator and state auditor Randy Brock may have distanced himself from Vermont’s political scene since his unsuccessful 2016 run for lieutenant governor, but that doesn’t mean he’s not following what’s going on financially under Montpelier’s Golden Dome.  Brock … Continued

Dear Editor, Thank you from BRGNS

The staff, clients and board of Black River Good Neighbor Services offer their sincere thanks to the donors, customers and volunteers who made our semi-annual rummage sale a great success. We held the sale on May 19 through 21 at … Continued

Dear Editor, Thank you on behalf of VFW Post 8497

On behalf of Charlestown Memorial VFW Post 8497 I would like to thank all the patriotic souls who adapted to Mondays wet climate conditions to pay fitting tribute to those military personnel who laid down their lives during the worst … Continued

Dear Editor, Very sorry for the error on the flyer

Dear Ludlow and Mt. Holly School Families, Community Members and School Board Members, On behalf of the Two Rivers Supervisory Union (TRSU), I am deeply sorry for the errors that were made on the May 25 flyer that was sent … Continued

Carnegie’s gospel of wealth

The phrase “noblesse oblige” means “nobility obliges” – a medieval concept that obliged lords to provide and take responsibility for the serfs and household dependents who served them, especially when they became aged or disabled. Today most people have the … Continued

Former state auditor questions $35 million housing program

By Lou Varicchio REGION – Former Vermont senator and state auditor Randy Brock may have distanced himself from Vermont’s political scene since his unsuccessful 2016 run for lieutenant governor, but that doesn’t mean he’s not following what’s going on financially under … Continued

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