Editorials

The longest night of the year is tomorrow, December 21. The solstice marks the beginning of the end of the long, deep dark that has had us in its embrace for quite a while now. For many (and this ...

If there is anyone that the reporters at The Valley Reporter have on speed dial it’s the local town administrators and assistants to the select board. These public servants take our multiple calls ...

A caring Waitsfield book reader took the time out of her day to stop by The Valley Reporter offices with a copy of Stephen Hawking’s new book “Brief Answers to the Big Questions.” She wanted ...

One recent morning, it was 18 degrees while walking the dogs shortly before sunrise. The sky was just turning a golden yellow leading to rose on the Worcester Range and the rest of the sky was still ...

Sitting in her regular seat at a recent Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) Board meeting, reviewing notes on redesign and community engagement, this reporter heard something that caught ...

Local select boards and other boards are hearing a proposal from a subcommittee of the Mad River Valley Planning District on the merits of the planning district’s three member towns adopting a ...

Waitsfield’s historic General Wait House has been standing as a sentinel at the north end of the village since the 1830s. The homestead of the town’s founder, Revolutionary War General Benjamin ...
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