September 18th, 2019


Monthly Archives: August 2015

Central Vermont Artists Showcase Talent at ARA Members Show

By Aaron Retherford The Art Resource Association is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a members show at the T.W. Wood Gallery in Montpelier. Works across a variety of media and styles were on display during last Thursday night’s reception, although the exhibit officially opened on July 21. The ARA did not place limitations on the work for the s...

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CVHHH Selected to Participate in Medicare Pilot Program

By Aaron Retherford Come next year, Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice will be included in some notable company as one of 140 hospice providers in the U.S. participating in the Medicare Care Choices Model. The pilot project expands the availability of care for patients. In this program, patients who are eligible for Medicaid Hospice Benefit...

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Max’s View: I’m Rooting For Bernie Sanders – But Not For the Reason That You Think

By Max Abrams The only thing that your vote in the Presidential election accomplishes is perpetuating the status quo. And the only thing that your vote can change is which lying politician gets to be enriched and corrupted by Washington, D.C. Maybe I’m fooling myself, but I want to believe that Bernie Sanders is different. He seems to be a man of i...

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Senate Report — East Montpelier: The Youngest Town in Washington County

By Sen. Bill Doyle The land that ultimately was to become East Montpelier was claimed by New York and New Hampshire. The earliest governmental organization was by New York who called the town Kilby. The New York charter, or patent, in 1770 said that “All mines of gold and silver, and also all white or other source of pine trees fit for the masts of...

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What’s Between the Rocks?

By G. E. Shuman Once again, a few weeks ago, I had the wonderful good fortune of spending a day, (or two) depending on how much I think you need to know, at my favorite spot in the entire world. I seem to write about this place at least once each summer, so I guess this column will be that ‘once’, unless I have a chance to get back there before fal...

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Reiss’s Pieces

By Judy Reiss I am sure that over the years I have mentioned that back in the day, I was a very good baker. Not only that, but when Malcolm and I met, I was the baker at what was the Sugarbush Inn in Warren. And because the Valley was small back then, I also baked at various other lodges, too. Truthfully, I am not sure I was that good but I could m...

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