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From the Editor: The death of Mason deVos

Last week, I came across the tragic news story of a little boy with an Addison County, Vt., connection.

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Come to our clinic | Rutland County Humane Society

The Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) is working with Vermont-CAN (a low cost spay/neuter clinic in Vermont) to host a low cost spay/neuter clinic for Rutland County cats on Monday, March 28, in Pittsford.

Remembering our role | Thoughts from Behind the Pressline

Last week while struggling to find a topic for the column my wife shared a passage she found recently in a book authored by Paul Ryan, titled How We Got Here.

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From the Editor: Bernie says...

U.S. Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is getting a lot of media attention during the caucus and primary season of this election year of 2016.

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Lawmaker says spending cap fix best for taxpayers

Vermont Watchdog Report

On Jan. 27, lawmakers weighed changes to Vermont’s education spending caps after the Agency of Education sent the wrong spending limits to districts.

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Guest Viewpoint: The Governor’s speech

Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin’s recent budget speech is a vain attempt to craft a legacy of fiscal responsibility. But, it’s too late for that; the damage is done to both Vermont’s fiscal standing and the Governor’s legacy.

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Exercise partner | Rutland County Humane Society

Your best friend can be your exercise partner. By combining workouts you both benefit.

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A second chance | Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound, Addison County’s Humane Society, is delighted to be able to help animals from outside of Addison County lines.

Who’s minding the store | Thoughts from Behind the Pressline

Last month the Fiscal Times reported that the same office in the Defense Department that spent $43 million to build a luxury gas station that was slated to cost $3 million has now spent nearly $150 million of taxpayer money on private villas in Afghanistan.

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From the Editor: Yesterday’s tomorrow-land

A recent book, titled “Tomorrow-Land” by author Joseph Tirella, is an engaging look at how the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair marked the high-watermark of post-World War II American hegemony in science, industry and pop culture.

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Guest Viewpoint: Vermont Democratic Party statement on Phil Scott’s refusal to support workers

As Vermonters, we come together when someone in our community needs a hand. It’s just what we do. Because it’s common sense that our communities are strongest when everyone is on their feet. But Lt. Gov. Phil Scott seems to disagree.

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Letter to the Editor: Space-time

Thanks for your interesting editorial "Once upon a space-time".

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Charity of choice | Rutland County Humane Society

The Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) is fortunate to get a lot of community support and there are many people who want to help our organization and the animals we care for.

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Letter to the Editor: An open letter to the governor

I've read your statements of how the gas pipeline is such a good idea.

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Letter to the Editor: The Land of the Free

Say that in Middle America and people have one idea of what that means. In other places it has a completely different connotation such as in a Senator Sanders campaign rally. Or on a college campus where searching for an aeonian safe space and a free education becomes a grail quest.