Editorials

Waitsfield resident Fred Messer, in a letter to the editor in this week’s paper, offers an apology that we reject as unnecessary. Messer is the creator of the pastel bunny family that has been ...

Don’t let anyone tell you that libraries are passé. They are not. In our communities they are thriving centers for community connection and learning. Locally our libraries and library staff are ...

State Representative Adam Greshin, I-Warren, has introduced an amendment to Vermont’s Open Meeting Law excluding subcommittees of three or fewer members from having to warn their meetings and take ...

Waitsfield taxpayers got a raw deal in the town’s settlement with VTrans over a 2014 break in the town’s water main that was caused by a VTrans contractor who was given the wrong plans by ...

Student journalists in Vermont got one step closer to having their constitutionally protected right to free speech protected last week when Senate Bill 18 passed the Vermont Senate last week. It ...

With the successful vote in Warren, Waitsfield, Fayston and Moretown to allocate $31,250 per town toward the purchase of the recreation fields at Mad River Park in Waitsfield, another important ...

Now that the Harwood Unified Union School District Board (HUUSD) has completed the complex and rigorous task of creating one unified budget for our newly merged school district, the board has been ...
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