Editorial

It looks like voters in Wilmington know a good deal when they see one.
That certainly appears to be the case when considering the results of Tuesday’s vote for building a new public safety facility for the town. Voters supported the $5.5 million bond request by a wide margin (see story on...
Tuesday, March 2, is Town Meeting day here in Vermont. But the day just won’t be the same this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. That’s because towns around the state have either postponed their meetings to a later date or fully committed to Australian ballots, with voting either done by mail...
To the Editor,
Dover Girl Scout Troop 51403 would like to thank the Deerfield Valley community for their Girl Scout cookie orders.   As we have turned down booth sales this year for the safety of our Girl Scouts and our Dover School community, we are especially grateful for the support we’...
Last week Dover Selectboard and River Valleys school board members decided to sponsor a lobbying effort to help shepherd changes to Vermont’s education funding formulas through the Legislature.
The changes have to do specifically with how much “weight” the state gives certain factors, such...
“On Monday, February 1st at approximately 9:30am the Department of Labor began receiving reports regarding discrepancies involving 1099G tax documents that were issued by the Department for unemployment insurance benefit purposes. Upon further review of the reports that were coming to the...
A week ago, we ran two front page stories in our print edition about Town Meeting decisions made by local communities. The contrast creates an interesting look at how communities will approach Town Meeting during the pandemic.
Dover decided to delay its Town Meeting, hoping that a May date...
With the arrival of the new year and the change of the calendar also came changes to the Vermont Legislature. While January is always the kickoff to a new legislative session in the Vermont Statehouse, this year is very unusual, to say the least.
For one, Vermonters saw a complete overhaul...
“A lie cannot live.”
Dr. Martin Luther King In just seven days people in Vermont, across the United States, and around the world have seen how much damage perpetuating a lie can cause.
President Donald Trump, refusing to accept defeat, continued to push his lie that the November 3...
Trump’s vanity, insanity responsible for inciting the attacks on the Capitol The attack on the US Capitol that took place in Washington, DC, on Wednesday is unprecedented in American history. There is no other time that a protest march turned into an assault on the halls of...
An optimist stays up until midnight to see the new year in. A pessimist stays up to make sure the old year leaves.
William E. Vaughan Whatever one’s outlook is, half empty or half full, there can be little doubt that 2020 needs to be put to bed. There is so much that has happened during...

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