Editorials

Valley towns find themselves in the enviable position of figuring out how to spend many hundred thousand dollars of federal funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). While the federal ...

Some images get seared to deeply into one’s eyes and mind’s eye that they can never be exorcised – think images of Abu Ghraib, 9/11, panicked Afghans clinging to jets taking off in a desperate ...

Learning that three Vermont State Police troopers resigned over allegations that they created fraudulent COVID-19 vaccination cards was disappointing and a blow to the reputation of the state’s ...

This week at a Fayston Select Board meeting, town residents showed up for the second time in a month to seek town help with speeding on town roads. The speeding is endangering riders on horseback, ...

We can’t begrudge Sally and Tobi von Trapp a well-deserved respite from the intense marathon of running their von Trapp Greenhouse for the last 41 years. They announced this summer that this was ...

Emotions are running high since the United States official ended its 20-year war in Afghanistan. Lots of people have lots of opinions on the evacuations, the attack by ISIS-K, the Taliban, President ...

Wow, who knew that reviewing The Valley Reporter’s September 1, 2011, issue, documenting the devastation of Tropical Storm Irene would still be so painful 10 years on. Our community – and so ...
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