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Local self-government before and still has the answers solving problems of state and local municipalities since colonial times. People have governance when they organize their talents of respectable residence coming forward through natural obligation to the people where they live.

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I write this letter with great hope and enthusiasm in addressing the members of the Claremont City Council and community concerning the proposed changes to Pleasant Street.

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It is time someone stood up for the governor’s choice as replacement representative to complete Matthew Trieber’s term in Windham 3 district; Kelly Cota Tully. Kelly is a bright, creatively thinking individual who is extremely responsive to her district. She knows and loves her community and…

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If you find yourself muting what would be an otherwise reasonable opinion — or even worse, publicly agreeing with fact-free absurdities with which you do not — you are not alone. A reign of terror has infected America and has now spread to its heartland. As we all know, the Mount Ascutney Sc…

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Owing to the pandemic, many American schools and colleges modified their 2020 graduation ceremonies. Administrators have frequently opted, for instance, to stage this year’s commencements online with speakers and students participating from remote locations.

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It’s crunch time for the Climate Action Network’s most urgently sought legislation: The Global Warming Solutions Act (GWSA). The House passed this bill (H.688) – that I earlier described as the “worst democracy-shredding bill of the past 50 years” – back in January. The Senate Natural Resour…

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“Common Sense: Of the Origin and Design of Systemic Racism in America in General, with concise Remarks on the Recent actions committed Against African American Inhabitants” is an unpublished, unshared, unfinished pamphlet written by a 17-year-old frightened teenager from Portsmouth, R.I. I w…

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Both my son and I have used the Rockingham Health Center for primary care since I moved to Bellows Falls 13 years ago. Because I can't drive, it is important to me to have access to doctors right in my own community. I count on this health center and I know that a lot of other people in Bell…

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What first drew me to Molly Gray was learning that she grew up on a vegetable and dairy farm in rural Vermont, and she found herself working to better others' livelihoods around the globe. She has instilled in her the knowledge and awareness of what “it takes a village” means and harnesses t…

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We are writing this letter as an enthusiastic endorsement of Meg Hansen for lieutenant governor of Vermont. We have known Meg for several years and are impressed with her knowledge of the concerns facing all Vermonters. Meg is a tenacious researcher, a gifted speaker, writer, and an honest a…