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Vermont Mosquito Season Update

By Jane Lindholm

All the rain we’ve had this summer has been great for gardeners, but it’s also been good news for the species of mosquitoes that like to breed in artificial

Shumlin To Launch Campaign Next Week

By Peter Hirschfeld

Shumlin To Launch Campaign Next Week

Gov. Peter Shumlin will officially launch his 2014 reelection campaign next week, according to a release from his campaign.

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Russian Space Experiment On Gecko Sex Goes Awry

Russian Space Experiment On Gecko Sex Goes Awry

Space is a dangerous place. That message resonated again on Monday, when the Russian Federal Space Agency — Roscosmos — announced that a team of experimental geckos tasked with copulating while in

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Mares: Route 83 Road Trip

"You don't take a trip so much as a trip takes you!" wrote John Steinbeck. And that was certainly true on the 1800-mile road trip I took this summer with my buddy Eric Hanson. In five days, we drove from

Holvino: A Brother's Addiction

This winter, my brother lay in a comma in a San Juan Regional Hospital bed dying from Kaposi’s sarcoma. This fatal type of cancer had spread to his internal organs and was now shutting them down. Rober,

Henningsen: Saving The Parade

Back in June our Volunteer Fire Department cancelled the annual parade and barbeque that highlight Thetford’s Labor Day weekend. In July we learned that hours at our small post offices would be shortened,

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