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The 2020 Census numbers for Vermont indicate that our little state grew by about 20,000 people over the past decade, or +2.8%. We also know that within Vermont our overall population has been migrating toward the northwest region of the state (Chittenden, Franklin and Lamoille Counties), and…

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The following editorial appeared previously in the Rutland Herald:

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Apparently an insurrection to overthrow the U.S. government, derail the 200-plus year tradition of peaceful transition of power, murder elected officials, steal an election and riot against the Capitol police isn’t sufficient grounds to have a bipartisan investigative commission? Why? Becaus…

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The New Hampshire Senate Finance Committee included SB 130, the extremely costly school voucher bill, into the state budget. SB 130 has been rejected by Granite Staters according to Reaching Higher NH by a ratio of 6:1. By adding it to the state budget, the Senate is evading public scrutiny …

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In the Wednesday, May 12, print edition of the Eagle Times, it was erroneously reported in the article titled, “Voters elect Sayer, pass all articles,” that nearly 1,000 ballots were cast in Newport’s Tuesday election, when in fact there were a total of 420 ballots that were filled out, with…

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President Biden is under pressure to find a way to control a Supreme Court whose present majority may find constitutional limits to what the Democratic Party’s left wing is urging him to do. He has created a 36-member commission to cope with the explosive question of packing the Supreme Cour…

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Bears are exiting their winter dens, so it’s the perfect time for Protect Our Wildlife’s new bear report titled, “Vermont Black Bears and How to Effectively Manage Conflict” that can be found on its website. The report is the product of a five-month-long project launched by an Environmental …

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2020 was the hottest year on record, and not in a distant, tropical-paradise type of way: the Christmas rain in Southern New Hampshire was still in recent memory, along with a general lack of snowfall well into 2021. Along with reduced snowfall is a reduced ski season, which not only impacte…

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On May 1, Miss New Hampshire 2021 will be crowned in recognition of her leadership and achievements. But, as a reward for her accomplishments, she will receive, as past winners have, a symbol of cruelty and death - a coat made of the furs of several dead animals.