Thank you from the Rounds family

Dear Editor, On July 2nd, I received a call at 1:00 in the morning saying, “Your house is on fire and burning to the ground.” That was a surreal moment…feeling helpless and unsure of what to do and what to … Continued

Chaotic Commander-In-Tweets

Dear editor, As a veteran I am concerned with the chaos our Commander-In-Tweets creates with his child-like tweets. How can our military put faith in him when he continually tweets out ridiculous accusations and false information, and questions advice from … Continued

Old Home Day: tolling them back home

As much as Vermonters have loved their home state, they have not been stay-at-homes. Throughout the 19th century, a Vermonter might be found almost anywhere: marching into battle in the Civil War, trailing to Oregon, striking out for the gold … Continued

Dear Editor,

The Londonderry Volunteer Rescue Squad (LVRS) and the squad’s Technical Rescue Department recently received two grants from Londonderry’s Thrifty Attic. LVRS responds to approximately 500 calls annually including calls to cardiac arrest patients who need early CPR and defibrillation to … Continued

Coming around full circle

Vermont – November 2-4, 1927 to August 2-4, 2017. Ninety years and 13 weeks ago to the day, Vermont experienced the catastrophic Flood of 1927, a disaster that has become almost normal under similar conditions and with similar results, the … Continued

Food recovery: less is more

Now in Vermont, our garbage must be cleansed even of food items. The push to keep food scraps out of the garbage is coming from the federal Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, via Vermont’s Division of Environmental … Continued

Golf for a Cause winners announced, sponsors thanked

Dear Editor, The Crown Point Board of Realtors® (CPBR) wishes to thank all the sponsors, volunteers and players for the huge success we had during our second annual Golf for a Cause Tournament held at the Okemo Valley Golf Course. … Continued

Vermont’s human resource

When the First Vermont Brigade was sent to reinforce the Union Army at Gettysburg July 1, 1863, the brigade already had a reputation for speed going into battle. General Sedgwick issued his now famous order: “Put the Vermonters ahead and … Continued

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