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July 1st, 2016

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Thanks for Helping Cutler Memorial Library

Editor, Friends of the Cutler Memorial Library would like to thank the businesses which made donations to our annual plant and book sale: Berlin Price Chopper, Littlewood Farm, Montpelier Agway, The Rustic Moore, and Trillium June Flower Farm. We would also like to voice our appreciation to all those members of the local gardening community who con...

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Prices to Increase at Green Mount Cemetery

Editor, Montpelier’s largest cemetery, the Green Mount Cemetery on lower State Street, has cemetery lots – both full burial lots and cremation lots – on beautiful sites for sale. Prices for these lots will be going up in August, so if you or someone you know is potentially interested in purchasing a lot, it might make sense to contact the cemetery...

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Greater Barre Helps Stamp Out Hunger

Editor, A heartfelt thank you to all of the people from Barre and surrounding areas who donated food and made the National Association of Letter Carriers Food Drive a big success this year! All of the food collected remains in our community food shelves at the St. Monica and Hedding United Methodist CHurches. We collected 7,800 pounds of food. Over...

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Forum to Discuss Marshfield Zoning Revision

Editor, How does local zoning shape the town we live in? Where does it come from? What can we do to effect it? On Thursday, May 19, at 6 p.m. in the kitchen of the Old Schoolhouse Common in Marshfield, a forum will be held to discuss zoning. Members of the Marshfield Planning Commission along with representatives from the Regional Planning Commissi...

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Family Caregivers: The Largest Unpaid Workforce in the Nation

Editor, At Central Vermont Council on Aging, we provide a wide range of services to empower seniors to live healthy, dignified and meaningful lives. Did you know that as part of our mission we support the many family members who are caregivers for elder loved ones? We sponsor activities such as Caregiver Teas and family caregiver education, and pro...

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Vermont Riddled with Lobbyists and Bad Money Skills

Editor, Our state is truly suffering with the good ole boy club aka nepotism. A friend of mine, Angelo, turned me onto money trails in Vermont, and it’s a sordid mess. However, our problems are solved by better ethics. A major criterion for ethics grading is being able to follow the money. Vermont earned a D- in Ethics. Vermont is struggling with a...

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Guest Opinion: Vermont Climate Economy Partnership

By Paul Costello, Executive Director Vermont Council on Rural Development At the Vermont Council on Rural Development (VCRD) we get to work with rural towns throughout Vermont where we rally everyone to pull together, review all the issues before the community, evaluate potential collective action, set priorities, and line up together to advance th...

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National Foster Care Month

Editor, May is Foster Care Month, a time to celebrate the hundreds of foster and kinship foster families in Vermont who provide safe, nurturing homes for children while they can’t be at home. It is with deep appreciation that the Family Services Division of the Department for Children and Families thanks them for their generosity, caring, and willi...

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Phil Scott ‘Gets It’

Editor, I’m doing my best to put the race for the presidency out of my mind. Thankfully, Vermont has a respectable slate of candidates for governor, all of whom have the chops and integrity to make good leaders. Personally I’m weary of the “race” to be the first state to “fill in the blank”. I want a governor without ambitions for a political caree...

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Statehouse Candidates Wanted

Editor, This is a call for help. Governor Shumlin and the Democrats’ super majority in the legislature are bankrupting our state, making it unaffordable for young and old, and driving many to leave the state. This simply must change. There is an urgent need to bring financial sense back to the Statehouse. Over the past five years, the state has inc...

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