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Giving back to one's community is a privilege. At some point in life hopefully, we seek opportunities to give of ourselves in areas where we nourish a passion for helping others. Such opportunities can come in many different faces and places.

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The Springfield Town Democratic Committee commends Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos for his unfailing efforts to ensure we have safe, fair elections and to make it easy for people to vote. The strength of a democracy can be measured by the number of citizens engaged in voting. Our voice…

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Of all the things American students don’t know, they don’t know American history worst. Just twelve percent of high school seniors could muster a proficient history score on the National Assessment of Educational Progress.

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Whether we agree with the trillions being borrowed to spend on COVID-19 relief or not, the state of Vermont is receiving a few billion. Instead of spending it on pet projects and payoffs, we need to get our state on a stable financial footing.

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If you’re a Newport resident than you received your annual yellow flyer, author unknown. It is too bad this author misreads the intentions of others, inputting hostility into neutral situations, misleading people to believe what this author lacks knowledge of.

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I have been a resident of Newport for 18 years and for many of those years have received a yellow flyer in the mail prior to school and town budget votes. This yellow flyer has the distinction of presenting as a knowledgeable source of information. It even provides a cutout “cheat sheet” on …

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As the only statewide, broad-based business advocate in New Hampshire, the Business & Industry Association advocates on the waterfront of issues affecting employers— from business taxes to workplace labor regulations, from protecting the R&D tax credit to environmental compliance cha…