Montpelier’s new Senator Pro Tempore Phil Baruth has now segued from minor abortion rights to “trans youth who are trying to figure out their identities” rights in early December as can be heard on the Morning Drive radio interview.
A question, and a challenge for Middlebury College, regarding its purported commitment to community, environment, and “exemplary land stewardship.”
How connected do you feel with your local school board? Do you know their names? When their meetings are held? What they’ll be voting on next?
It was with mixed feelings that I resigned last week from the Addison Central School District board.
I was disappointed to read about Superintendent Burrow’s denial of Michelle Steele’s sabbatical request.
If every human was a vegan (eating no animal products) for just one day every week, it would make a positive change.
As Legislators search for monies to fund their priorities this coming session, they may do well to re-examine the teachers and state employees pension plans.
We’ve long known that the most promising jobs in Vermont require education and training beyond high school. Yet too often, Vermonters seeking that education and workforce training cannot afford it.
I’ve spent my professional life as a primary care pediatrician, mostly in Vermont. Now I’m retired and the beneficiary of Medicare.
Ah, January. The magical month where so many of us vow to exercise more, eat healthier, stop wasting money, and generally Be Better.
Our kids were just as entertaining when they were that age. But it’s been 20 years or so since I had a preschooler, and sometimes I forget how constant and unrelenting the fun was back then.
I appreciate the articles written by Dr. G. Fjeld and Mr. Richard Hopkins in a recent Addison Independent.
This is a letter of a very sincere thank you from all our family to the incredible efforts by the Green Mountain Power crews who worked tirelessly to restore power to Middlebury homes (and all other homes).
I couldn’t agree more with Paul Stone’s letter about the new moniker for Vermont Public Radio & TV’s consolidation. It also struck me as rather odd, perhaps even silly.
As Vermonters recover from two back-to-back, end-of-year, severe storms that hammered homeowners, businesses and farms, some may recall the Great Ice Storm of early January 1998.