Family can’t find home, buys Ripton’s inn

In addition to housing the Guilbeaus and what they hope will be a steady stream of guests, the Chipman Inn will also provide haven to a weary traveler from a war-torn land: Ukrainian national Svetlana Osetska, an extended family member who recently left her homeland in the face of the ongoing Russian invasion. 

Letter to the editor: U.S. should help negotiate cease-fire in Ukraine

I am very concerned that the United States is engaged in the deadly game of upping the ante.

Ways of Seeing: Ukraine still needs our attention

Both Oksana, who is in her twenties, and I, in my late sixties, grew up in Hashomer Hatzair, a worldwide Jewish socialist youth movement which began in Poland one hundred and ten years ago. 

Russian photographer offers jarring images of war

Russian photographer Dmitri Beliakov — a candid critic of his nation’s leader, Vladimir Putin — gave a rapt audience at Lincoln Library a window into his five-year experience covering the war in Ukraine and the horrors that conflict continues to produce.

Letter to the editor: Let’s cover at-risk nuke plant with a ‘spiritual dome’

I am a Quaker and have been led to write to our community regarding the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant located in southeastern Ukraine.

Locals boost Ukrainians in midst of war

Attention on the ongoing Russo-Ukrainian war has faded over the past year, but on Monday Addison County residents at a community fundraising event at Bristol’s Tandem were urged not to forget about the people of Ukraine.

Performing arts show at college to benefit Ukraine

Music, poetry, video and dance at Middlebury College in April 1 will be offered in service the Ukrainian peace effort.

Editorial: Aid to Ukraine enforces U.S. values worth defending

President Biden’s surprise trip to Kyiv this past weekend was the right message at the right time.

Editorial: Of Ukraine and budget deficits

If there is a silver lining among the thousands of individual tragedies, it’s that Ukraine has been thrust into world consciousness not as a country flawed by corrupt government officials, but for its bravery, resilience, pride of country and love of free … (read more)

Editorial: Biden’s message to Ukraine: ‘We will stay with you as long as it takes’

As thoughts of Christmas fill our hearts at home, it’s impossible not to also think of Ukraine’s courageous fight against Russia’s brutal aggression.

Lincoln man brings magic to Ukrainian refugees

When the magician Tom Verner arrived in Kraków, Poland, last month to perform for Ukrainian refugees fleeing Russia’s invasion of their country, a Catholic priest there suggested he visit the city’s central train station.

Letter to the editor: New approach needed to end violence in Ukraine

As a world we need to find another way to respond to war. How do we become part of a solution for ending the war in Ukraine?

Elementary students make art for Ukraine

Students at Ripton Elementary and Salisbury Community Schools have launched “Cards for Caring”, a service learning project to provide humanitarian relief for Ukraine. 

Orwell students reach out to Ukraine

Orwell schoolchildren are hoping Vermont’s sweetest export will bring some sunshine into the lives of Ukrainian kids who are facing some of the darkest times imaginable.

Free benefit event will feature Ukrainian poetry, music, culture

Middlebury College students, alumni, faculty and staff will come together on Saturday, April 23, to present “United for Ukraine,” a beneficiary evening of music, spoken word, dance and more to dignify the culture of Ukraine.