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Norwich Presents Retired Marine Corps General in Spring Todd Lecture Series

  Norwich University presents “The Science Behind the Art of Decision Making,” a presentation by Lieutenant General Paul K. Van Riper, United States Marine Corps (Retired), on Tuesday, March 25, at 7pm in Plumley Armory as part of the 2014 Spring Todd Lecture Series.   Van Riper retired from the U.S. Marine Corps in October 1997 after mor...

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GMUW 8th Annual Kaleidoscope a Success

  There were 21 acts in four different age groups and several genres of talent, and they were all more than enjoyable. Green Mountain United Way held its 8th Annual Kaleidoscope of Talent show on Saturday, March 8th at the Spaulding High School Auditorium and it is always so amazing to be made of aware of the amount of talent that exists in ou...

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It’s a Girl!

  A daughter, Shayla Claire Jones, was born February 22, 2014 to Laura (Sumner) and Matthew Jones of Waterbury Center....

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Reiss’s Pieces

This very morning, I decided that I would contact the Keurig people and see if they could help me with my coffee maker, which is driving me crazy! Lately when I try and make a cup of tea, it only gives me about 1/3 of a cup. Now that might not sound too bad but in the morning hours when I need that tea boost, it drives me crazy. I called the number...

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Son of God **1/2

Son of God   **1/2     Christianity had become the primary religion of the Mediterranean world by the 5th Century.   But not every early Christian viewed Jesus in the same way. Some believed that Jesus was completely human while he was on earth. Some found the notion of Jesus being a flawed human offensive and claimed that he wa...

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Thank You for Supporting MSAC

  Editor:     On behalf of the many area seniors who benefit from the Montpelier Senior Activity Center (MSAC), the MSAC staff gratefully thanks all the people in our supporting towns who helped with petitions and outreach, listened, and voted to support our important work at Town Meeting. Voters in Berlin, Calais, East Montpelier, M...

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A Mixed Picture For This Sunshine Week

  by Patrick Leahy     Two things can always be said about the public’s right to know: It is everlastingly important in an open, representative democracy, and it always faces threats from nibbling erosion.   Sunshine Week each year is a time to take stock of how we are doing in defending the right to know what our government is...

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More Town Meeting Comments From Washington County

  Survival   “I’m a 71-year-old divorcee who has to survive on $1400 a month. I qualify for fuel assistance and Green Mountain Power discounts but am cold every winter day.”       Business Incentives   “Be careful about giving businesses tax incentives if you shift the tax burden to other businesses and tax payers.”...

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Does your employer benefit package measure up?

Many Americans just went through their annual benefits enrollment period at their work. Precious time was spent reviewing the available offerings with spouses and determining which ones best meet their families’ needs, weighed against the cost. Yet a good number of Americans may not have taken the time to review their company’s benefit...

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Lasagna Supper-E. Corinth

Lasagna Supper-E. Corinth Event on 2014-03-22 17:00:00 Location: E. Corinth Congregational Church, 645 Village Rd., E. Corinth, VT Mark your calendar for a delicious lasagna supper featuing meat, vegetarian and Mexican lasagnas made by Warren Burmeister and Hal Drury, along with bread and butter, salad, beverage and an assortment of homemade desser...

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