Editorials

It rained, sometimes hard, on Saturday, May 1, -- Green Up Day. That did little to deter the hundreds of local folks and thousands of statewide folks who spent a portion of their day cleaning up ...

Vermont has one of the highest vaccine uptake rates in the United States, especially among the most vulnerable. According to data from the Vermont Department of Health, more than 85% of residents age ...

This week The Valley Reporter has stories about two projects that are the result of multi-town, multi-organization collaboration and cooperation. The first is a project to improve the safety of ...

When the pandemic started just over a year ago, I started sanitizing my Amazon packages. I’d hold my breath as I pried them open, as if I were removing a mouse from a mouse trap. Going to the ...

The conviction of Derek Chauvin for all three counts he faced for killing George Floyd by kneeling his neck for over nine minutes in Minneapolis last May was a relief, but a sad relief. It’s ...

If and when local students return to the classroom for 100% in-person learning has not yet been determined. When the state announced Vermont Forward – Roadmap to Reopening this week, it excluded ...

This editorial ran on March 26, 2020, when the pandemic had just started and when it seemed things might be normal by the Fourth of July. With the state projecting a return to normalcy by July 1, ...
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