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Bernie Sanders Draws A Record 10,000 People At Wisconsin Rally

Bernie Sanders Draws A Record 10,000 People At Wisconsin Rally

By Alex Keefe and Annie Russell

Sen. Bernie Sanders drew a record crowd of 10,000 supporters at a rally Wednesday night  in Madison, WI.

With Small Donations, Sanders On Track To Meet Fundraising Goals

By Bob Kinzel

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has exceeded his fundraising goals for the first few months of his campaign.

GlobalFoundries Sets Up Shop In Essex Junction

GlobalFoundries Sets Up Shop In Essex Junction

By Steve Zind

The long-time IBM microelectronics plant in Essex Junction officially belongs to GlobalFoundries.

Predictably Unpredictable: Warren's Fourth Of July Parade

Predictably Unpredictable: Warren's Fourth Of July Parade

By Tik Root

No one ever knows exactly what to expect from Warren’s Fourth of July parade. Over the past 67 years though, it’s grown into a Vermont bucket list item.

Putney Painter Showcases Abstract Landscapes At West Branch Gallery In Stowe

Putney Painter Showcases Abstract Landscapes At West Branch Gallery In Stowe

By Mary Williams

Southern Vermont painter Julia Jensen’s oil and encaustic paintings are now on display at West Branch Gallery in Stowe.

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Vermonters On The U.S-Cuba Relationship

Vermonters On The U.S-Cuba Relationship

By Nina Keck and Sam Gale Rosen

It's been a year of big changes in U.S.-Cuba relations. In December, after intense negotiations, President Obama and President Raul Castro of Cuba announced that the two countries would normalize relations. Just this Wednesday,

Let's Get Physical: New Standards For P.E.

By Jane Lindholm and Erin Lucey

The Vermont State Board of Education adopted new standards for physical education and health classes this past May. Physical educators will now have access to national resources from SHAPE America and the National Health

Reading Frederick Douglass

By Jane Lindholm and Ric Cengeri

In 1852, former slave and abolitionist Frederick Douglass was invited to speak at an event commemorating the signing of the Declaration of Independence. He delivered a speech that has become known as “The Meaning of July

New Deer Hunting Rules For 2016

By Patti Daniels and Jane Lindholm

The Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife spent three years taking input on proposed changes to deer hunting rules, and the process has finally yielded changes that will go into effect in 2016. A ban on natural urine lures

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Mnookin: Inspiring Action

Last month, Pope Francis released an encyclical on climate change, describing it as the moral issue of our time and calling for immediate, global action.

McQuiston: Beyond IBM

In a conference room at the Greater Burlington Industrial Corporation last October, a grim-faced group of Vermont’s political and business leaders were

Coffin: Returning Home

Going home - so it was with Vermont’s Civil War soldiers 150 years ago this July Fourth. But delays postponed the homecomings of the state’s hardest-fought

Bittinger: Historic Wedding Dresses

Weddings bring friends and families together, and a new wedding gown exhibit in Woodstock has also brought townspeople together as they’ve gone through

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