Please don’t call this Monday morning quarterbacking since my comments had been voiced in an editorial—about building the new Middlebury municipal building in the now jam-packed downtown corridor—more than a year ago.
Last week I, along with my wife Gayle who handles our administrative finances, and a Sun Community News Reporter Teah Dowling were privileged to be invited to tour the Air and the Banker Road Industrial Parks in the Town of Plattsburgh.
Ethan Allen Institute Report
Vermont is a tougher than average place to make a living. No secret there. One of the first questions you get from folks you meet is, “You live here full time? How do you make it work?” Some of the answers are necessarily creative.
I recently read a World Wide Fund for Nature news item about climate change effects in Spain. Gabriel Pascal’s famous phonetic exercise, “The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain,” may not be true in the future.
Let your favorite pooch enjoy the end of summer with a dip in the pool.
As another summer draws to an end and the days grow shorter, we try to squeeze in those summertime activities before the season changes.
They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
I recently came across a news item about the sad fact that awareness of the heroic story of President John F. Kennedy’s service during World War II is fast fading among the younger generation. Many baby boomers will recall their introduction to the riveting story via the Hollywood version, the dramatic film, “PT 109”.
There’s nothing cuter than kittens and puppies. . . . until it’s time to find homes for them.
Come adopt me!
We are enthusiastically preparing for our 2015 Annual Days of Caring.
The recent interest in the first Republican primary of the 2016 Presidential campaign was extremely high because the need to make the right choice in next year’s election is also very high.
The Town of Hubbardton would like to thank you for all the media coverage you gave us.
You’d be wrong if you think that we can run a competitive, 21st-century industrial nation like the USA entirely on alternative energy sources. Any superpower needs to produce and consume energy—lots of it, in the form of mixed sources of everything from oil and gas (Earth’s original biofuels) to solar and wind, among a few others.
The Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) is working with Vt.-CAN (a low cost spay/neuter clinic in Vermont) to host a low cost spay/neuter clinic for Rutland County cats on Monday, August 24 in Pittsford.