Editorials

There’s no shortage of “sturm und drang” around the future of our school district. Last week’s hearing before federal district court Judge William Sessions is the most recent episode. ...

Last week The Valley Reporter’s Valley Viewpoint question asked people for their thoughts on a proposed bill in the Vermont Senate that would make free school meals universal in five years. The ...

Guest Editorial by Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos. I am asking all legislators to join me in committing to protect and expand access for Vermonters who are seeking access to public records. ...

The close of 2019 is almost here. Looking back at the year, here are some things we could not have predicted. We were all surprised by the news that Alterra Mountain Company plans to purchase ...

After 50 years of financial independence, our all-volunteer Mad River Valley Ambulance Service is reaching out to local towns, seeking $15,000 from each town for 2020 and 2021. The reasons for the ...

As we celebrate the third annual issue of The Valley Reporter Goes to the Dogs, we’re grateful, of course, for the unconditional love our canine companions shower us with. We’re profoundly ...

The snow was pelting down so hard in tiny crystals on a recent hike through the Howe Block of Camel’s Hump State Forest that it was hard to see and initially it froze my forehead. It was Sunday, ...
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