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Dartmouth, Stanford Apolgize For Poll

By Charlotte Albright

Dartmouth College President James Hanlon has joined his counterpart at Stanford University in apologizing to the state of Montana for a questionable election-season

Ebola Worry Comes To Vermont

By Annie Russell and Taylor Dobbs

Ebola Worry Comes To Vermont

A Rutland man was put in voluntary quarantine after visiting West Africa and returning to the state.

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A 19th Century Novel Explains Quantitative Easing

Anthony Trollope was one of England's, and maybe the world's, greatest 19th century novelists. I say that even though I'm not especially a fan. Trollope's prose is determinedly, insistently flat and neutral.

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McQuiston: GlobalFoundries

IBM has been one of the most important companies to ever establish an operation in Vermont. And barring regulatory problems, it will leave Vermont by the middle of next year.

Stearns: Masks And Magic

My father was reserved and taciturn, traits he inherited from his Edwardian mother, who wore her collars up to the chin and a perpetual look of disapproval. Occasionally, though, at about this time of

Dunsmore: The Wall Falls

The fall of the Berlin Wall 25 years ago signaled the end of the Cold War, although it didn’t end officially for more than another year. But that night, as I stood next to Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate,

Blinkhorn: Ottawa

Although it’s well off the beaten track in southern Ontario, next to Quebec and about 200 miles west of Vermont’s northern border, Ottawa, with its majestic Parliament buildings and small city civility,

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