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Vermont vs. Indiana over travel ban

Vermont Watchdog Report

While Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin and members of the House of Representatives moved this week to intimidate states with religious freedom protections, prominent spokesmen of America’s Muslim community defended Indiana and similar states.

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Dog Jog to benefit Homeward Bound, Parks & Recreation scholarships

The Middlebury Parks and Recreation Department has teamed up with Homeward Bound, Vermont Sun Fitness Center, and the Middlebury Area Land Trust, to offer a Dog Jog on Saturday, April 11.

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New history exhibit honors Rev. Charles A. Dickinson

Time Capsule Vermont

Vermont has a long history of social action. In 1894, Rev. Charles A. Dickinson created Kurn Hattin Home in Westminster for disadvantaged children and their families.

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New Vermont novel explores life’s seasons

Novelist Rose Mae Carrier was born and raised in the place that molded her into the person she is today, but she believes everyone should understand the need to seek the seasons of their lives and embrace changes for personal growth.

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Rusty DeWees' "The Logger Show" to aid Kate Heffernan

Bristol's H-Team will present the complete Logger Comedy and Music Show, starring actor, storyteller and comedian Rusty Dewees, on Saturday, April 11, 7 p.m. at MAUHS, Mt. Abraham Union Middle/High School.

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Vermont on track to miss out on direct-pay health care revolution

Vermont Watchdog Report

Direct-pay medicine offers top-notch health services at rock-bottom prices everyone can afford. Unfortunately, Vermont is set to miss out on this medical miracle.

Ashley performs in ‘Hotel Cassiopeia’

Megan Ashley of Middlebury will perform in the cast of Colby-Sawyer College’s spring theater production, “Hotel Cassiopeia”

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Carey Jennifer Paul and Richard James Manning | Engagement

Michael and Rose Paul, of New Haven announce the engagement of their daughter, Carey Jennifer Paul, to Richard James Manning, son of Alan and Susan Manning of Belper, Derbyshire, U.K.

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Think Spring! Rutland's 18th Annual Home & Recreation Show

The Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Southern Vermont proudly announces it’s 18th Annual Home & Recreation Show.

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Miroshnik’s comedy will mix fantasy, reality at Middlebury College

The Middlebury College Department of Theatre and Dance will present Meg Miroshnik’s dark comedy, “The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls” on April 2–4 at the Seeler Studio Theatre.

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Take 2: Vermont teen twins are YouTube pop sensation

There’s something about identical twins which seems to appeal to both entertainment promoters and young fans.

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"Shakespeare on Main Street" holding auditions

Vermont’s Shakespeare on Main Street will hold auditions in Rutland and Brandon for its summer 2015 production of “Henry IV-Part 1”.

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A new generation of happy campers

CREATE arts camp in Brandon, Vt.

If you think art is for snobs, well, think again. Back in the 1950s, artist Pablo Picasso observed that, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up”

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Study: Addison County second healthiest county in Vermont

Chittenden County no. 1, Rutland County no. 11

According to a new study conducted by by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Addison County is ranked right behind Chittenden County as the healthiest county in Vermont.

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Doctors come to Vermont to restore patient control over health care

Vermont Watchdog Report

As health care officials from Gov. Peter Shumlin’s administration fight a never-ending battle with overpriced insurance-based health systems, a quiet physician-patient revolution is under way to bypass health-care middlemen and pass the savings on to consumers.