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Bernie Sanders Considers 2016 Presidential Bid

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has indicated in recent interviews that he is considering a presidential bid in 2016. “We need candidates who are prepared to represent the working families of this country, who are prepared to stand up to the big money interests, who are prepared to support an aggressive ...

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CCTA Services Resume After Strike

On Friday, April 4th, Chittenden County Transportation Authority (CCTA) buses resumed their regularly scheduled routes. This decision came after a tense, 18-day standoff between CCTA management leaders and drivers came to an end. The CCTA board of commissioners and representatives of the bus drivers ...

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Vt. House Considers School District Overhaul

Vermont’s education may be in for an historical overhaul if legislation passed in Vermont’s house of representatives last month passes at the end of this legislative cycle. The proposed bill, H.883, would radically consolidate public education in Vermont by reducing the number of school districts ...

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Revisiting Middlebury’s Racial History

Alexander Twilight Hall — the austere brick building separating the town from Middlebury College — is named for Alexander Twilight, the 1823 Middlebury College graduate who is known today as the first American black college graduate. Today, Twilight is widely touted as an example of Middlebury’s ...

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Controversial Town Hall Proposal Passes

A hotly debated proposal to relocate the Middlebury Town Hall passed in a vote taken this Tuesday, March 4th. The decision comes after weeks of debate in the Middlebury community as to the relative merits and drawbacks of the proposal. Proposal 6, the controversial plan, represents an endeavor to move ...

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Large Fire Destroys Sugarbush Condominiums

A large fire destroyed the Mountainside condominium complex near Sugarbush Resort in Warren, Vt. on Feb. 17. The origin of the fire is still under investigation by local authorities, but reports indicate that the fire started just after one thirty in the morning. According to the Vermont State Police, ...

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Braving the Cold for the Big Catch

John Quelch, an ardent ice fisherman, invited me to join him on the pond last weekend after I called him to ask some questions about ice fishing. Expecting only to meet John for a conversation, I was excited to get the chance to join him out on the ice. Before I met John in person, he made me promise ...

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Fatalities Shock Vermont Ski Community

Two weekends ago, twin fatalities rocked the Vermont ski community. The two deaths are the latest in a tragic series of winter sports-related fatalities that have occurred across Vermont this winter season, reminding winter sport enthusiasts across the state and the country of the inherent risk of snow ...

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Air Force Delays Final F-35 Decision Until Fall

The United States Air Force recently announced a postponement of plans to create a base for a number of F-35 fighter jets in Vermont. This announcement comes after months of debate about the suitability of Vermont as a home base for these planes. Some Vermonters consider the selection of their state ...

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Vermont to Open Dispensaries in Summer

This summer, Vermont’s 720 licensed medical marijuana users will be able to purchase their medical marijuana in state for the first time. Three dispensaries will open in the state over the course of the summer. Champlain Valley Dispensary in Burlington and Vermont Patients’ Alliance in Montpelier ...

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