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Dale E. Percy, Inc., Mike's Electric, and VHC Company, Inc., are not recognizable business names throughout Vermont. Nor are they in businesses that garner a great deal of attention such as notably, ski resorts, maple sugaring, dairy and organic … more
Shortly after the election last November I had the privilege of meeting with our new House Speaker, Mitzi Johnson, for several hours in Peru. Speaker Johnson is going to provide inspired leadership in Montpelier during this legislative session. We … more
As the day unfolded on Friday she had to be getting a little anxious; not that anyone could tell. My wife, Alison; aka Gaga (so named by our grandkids), and I met in the fall of 1970 and have been together ever since. We know each pretty well. I'm … more
Dear Readers: Journal "Get Outside" writer Cherise Madigan was among the many area residents who traveled to Washington D.C. for the Women's March. We asked her to provide a first-person account, which follows.Waking up to a dreary grey morning, the … more
Phil Scott became Vermont's 82nd Governor on Jan. 5, and in his subsequent inaugural address he hit on themes familiar from his campaign — growing Vermont's economy, making Vermont a more affordable state, maintaining sustainable budget … more
President-elect Donald Trump is setting the stage for a rocky presidency filled with conflict, bickering, turmoil, miscalculations, and potential diplomatic and military confrontations. So far, with his disdain for intelligence briefings and his … more
Six years ago a Democratic Congress and President enacted the Afordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare. Whatever one may have thought about its merits, after six years it is unmistakably clear that it cannot continue without heroic, disruptive … more
On Jan. 2, Vermont State (Reps. Oliver Olsen, of Londonderry, Adam Greshin, of Warren, and Laura Sibilia, of Dover) sent Vermont State Board of Education Chair Stephan Morse a nine-page letter alleging that I may be in violation of the Vermont … more
As I write this the Legislative session has only just begun. But I will report on three developments thus far.Ways and Means After ten years serving on House Corrections and Institutions - which was interesting and productive — I have been … more
On Jan. 2, Vermont State (Reps. Oliver Olsen, of Londonderry, Adam Greshin, of Warren, and Laura Sibilia, of Dover) sent Vermont State Board of Education Chair Stephan Morse a nine-page letter alleging that I may be in violation of the Vermont … more
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