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Hold your horses! Old-fashioned trash, recycling service comes to Middlebury

Only in Vermont can you find horse-drawn, curbside trash and recycling pick-up service.

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Time Capsule: A Vermont country store

Remember when general stores sold everything you could possibly need?

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Suicide threat takes troopers to White Rocks

On May 29, Vermont State Police troopers received a call concerning a man threatening to commit suicide at the White Rocks National Recreation Area south of Rutland.

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Letter to the Editor: No resemblance

Harry S. Truman, before he became 33rd President of the United States on April 12, 1945, was a Senator from the great state of Missouri. Harry served his country with honor as an artillery officer in World War 1. As a Senator during the Second World War,

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Vermont parents may suddenly get religion with vaccination bill signed

Vermont Watchdog Report

With forced vaccination set to become reality in 2016, Vermont parents are faced with drastic decisions — including feigning religious preference — as they look to make medical decisions for their children.

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Fight at CVU leads to charges

A May 12 fight at Champlain Valley Union High School in Hinesburg led to a relative of one of the students allegedly involved heading to court to answer charges.

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From the Editor: Swallowing the universe whole

A BBC-TV science documentary I watched online a few weeks ago painted a picture that the sciences are awash with atheists. Following news stories and the popular culture, it’s a premise that’s hard to refute at first glance.

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Three boys and a dog (house)

Three boys from Bristol Elementary School delivered a dog house they built to Homeward Bound, Addison County’s Humane Society.

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Torch Run makes dash through Addison County

The annual Vermont Law Enforcement Torch Run was held May 27-29 with relay-style running events at each corner of the state.

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Guest Viewpoint: Volunteers, donors help Rutland bloom

With Rutland Blooms’ biggest project to date now complete, thanks to the support of dozens of businesses, organizations and individuals, more than 200 trees have been added to the cityscape, improving it for generations.

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Remembering Marselis Parsons

Longtime WCAX-TV journalist Marselis Parsons died May 26 after a battle with cancer. The 70-year-old Shelburne resident was a resident of Vermont Respite House in Williston at the time of his death.

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Grief, anger over Hinesburg cycling accident

One thing is certain, the Hinesburg community suffered a tragedy April 26 when Joseph Marshall, 17, fatally hit cyclist Richard Tom. Marshall, a senior at Champlain Valley Union High School in Hinesburg, was also killed in the high-speed crash.

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Local kids help raise funds for skeeter nets

Children of the North Ferrisburgh United Methodist Church Sunday School collected a noisy offering for Imagine No Malaria.

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Music center to celebrate inaugural year at Town Hall Theater

On Sunday, June 14, at 2 p.m., Middlebury Community Music Center faculty members, students of all ages, and special guests will take to the stage at the Town Hall Theater to perform together with a spirit of collaboration that has been driving the community music center in its first year.