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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
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
There is a man named Christo, who with his wife Jeanne Claude, created some of the most amazing displays of installation art in the history of the world. Their remarkable works include the wrapping of the Reichstag in Berlin; the Running Fence, a 24 … more
Crossover day at the Statehouse coincided with St. Patrick's Day this year. While there exceptions to the rule, crossover is the day by which bills need to be passed out of committee in order to be eligible for floor consideration this session.I'm … more
One of the benefits of living in Arlington is that it is, geographically, an equal distance between Bennington to the south and Manchester to the north - hence the terms Southshire and Northshire. Each shire has an abundance of attractions and … more
When you're in the business of holding people accountable, as we are in the news business, accountability must start in the mirror. So we're setting the record straight on a mistake we made last week. more
The 2017 legislative session took flight just a few weeks ago, with a new Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Speaker of the House, and Senate Pro Tem at the helm. This represents a complete turnover of Vermont's leadership in the executive and … more
Gov. Phil Scott's budget address promised a balanced General Fund budget lower than last year's. It reiterated his opposition to any new taxes and fees, and pledged to make the required annual required contributions to keep the two state retirement … more
The ongoing battle between the wealthy one percent and the rest of the people for control of the government appears to have concluded with the capitulation of democratic government to the autocratic rule of capital. This was achieved through … 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
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