Editorials

In Greek mythology Sisyphus, the king of Ephyra, was punished for his deceitfulness and duplicity by being forced to roll an immense boulder up a hill, only to watch it come back to hit him, ...

The public meeting room at the Waitsfield town office was packed this week for a Waitsfield Conservation Commission meeting. Many members of the public showed up to voice their concerns about plans ...

Hindsight is always 20/20 and in the case of Waitsfield’s water main break, this could not be clearer. It’s very easy to excoriate the players for their actions this far after the fact – and ...

The furor over a proposal to use herbicides to treat invasive Japanese knotweed on the town-owned Austin parcel in Waitsfield is both appropriate and premature. It’s appropriate that people are ...

The news that Amy Rex has resigned from her position as co-principal of Harwood Union is sad news indeed. Rex, who was recently named high school principal of the year with her co-principal Lisa ...

Writing this editorial from afar and checking out all the Warren Fourth of July pictures and videos on social media makes clear to me how much a part of our collective psyche the annual celebration ...

It’s summer and that means road repair and construction season in Vermont. Summer is also a major tourist season for Vermont and The Valley and we’d like to make a plea to VTrans to please put ...
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