December 10, 2020
By John Egan
I’m writing this note to the Sugarbush community to thank you for everything, and I feel I owe it to you to hear what’s going on from my end. It’s been hard to be quiet until now. ...
December 3, 2020
By Raymond Schenk
We need to provide adequate ventilation to combat the COVID-19 virus but have to do so with common sense to preserve a decent comfort level for the passengers and without ...
Patrick Leahy and Bernie Sanders
October 22, 2020
By Vermont Senators Patrick Leahy-D and Bernie Sanders-I
With winter around the corner and heating costs projected to increase this season, Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and Senator Bernie Sanders ...
October 1, 2020
By David Sellers
Get ready for a hard reset. There may not, and probably should not, be a back to normal or business as usual. A perfect storm is brewing and has been for generations. Now with the ...
Mad River Cares board of directors
November 19, 2020
By the Mad River Cares board of directors
For much of the pandemic Vermont and Washington County enjoyed low case rates resulting in a relative sense of security. In the current surge, however, that ...
October 8, 2020
By Ray Cinti
It has come to my attention that a high school science project I led two years ago as a biology teacher at GMVS, may have inadvertently harmed the reputation of Hartshorn Organic Farm. ...
Kaziah Haviland Montgomery and Bob Ackland
September 24, 2020
By Kaziah Haviland Montgomery and Bob Ackland
All of Vermont is facing an affordable housing crisis; however, the problem is more severe in the Mad River Valley. Housing is often debated in many ...