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Obituaries

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Phoebe W. Chapin

Phoebe W. Chapin BARRE — Phoebe Walcott Chapin, 81, passed away peacefully of natural causes on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2020. Born in Providenc… Read more

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David Maurice Rokes

David Maurice Rokes MONTPELIER — David Maurice Rokes, 84, of Hopewell Junction, New York, died on Jan. 16, 2020. He previously lived in Por… Read more

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Benjamin F. Hoffman Jr.

Benjamin F. Hoffman Jr. BRADFORD, Maine — Benjamin F. Hoffman Jr., 89, passed away in the comfort of his home among family on Saturday, Dec… Read more

Fred Dupre

Fred Dupre WILLIAMSTOWN — Fred Dupre, 59, of Rocky Road passed away on Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020, at the Central Vermont Medical Center in Be… Read more

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Pearl M. Duprey

Pearl M. Duprey GROTON — Pearl M. Duprey, 90, formerly of Ellington, Connecticut, died peacefully on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2020, at her home … Read more

Paula Clement

Paula Clement ORANGE — Paula Clement, 58, of Clement Road passed away on Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020, at her home. The service to honor and cel… Read more

Weekend Magazine

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Teeds

Home movies: Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum hosts event Jan. 23

In the 1970s, Greg Morrill bought a Super 8 camera to make films of his ski trips. A few years ago, he had the videos digitized, and now he… Read more

Jensen Afield: Poultney man named to F&W Board

POULTNEY — One of the first things you might notice when you walk into Mart’s Sporting Goods are three chairs, set just off to the side of … Read more

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The Outside Story: The bobcat's snow day

Snow day! The announcement draws squeals of joy from students throughout the school district and groans from parents who must scramble to p… Read more

RRMC Health Talk: What is motivational interviewing?

Most of us have parts of our lives we may like to change. This may bring about negative feelings at times, but it’s normal. It’s part of ou… Read more

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In the Garden: A gardener’s cookbook

I can’t wait till spring. Don’t get me wrong: I love winter. But I look forward to trying a recipe I just found for pea, leek and sorrel so… Read more

Perspective

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Danziger

The time is now

Timing can be everything. Read more

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Vermont By Degrees: Coming up with creative solutions

Editor’s note: Vermont By Degrees is a series of weekly columns written by representatives of colleges and universities from around the sta… Read more

Fleckenstein: TCI is not a climate solution

In a recent oped in this publication, Vermont AFL-CIO President David Van Deusen argued against climate policies that hurt workers. Case in… Read more

Bucknam: TCI is the perfect storm

Do you remember the recent hurricane which decimated 1,000 square miles of New England forest and destroyed most of Vermont’s sugar maples?… Read more

Lyall: Prisons are the problem

Two facts about Vermont’s criminal justice system were made clear in the final weeks of 2019. First, our state’s justice system is far more… Read more

A Yankee Notebook: Principle vs. consequence

As a small boy, I was surrounded by absolutism. In those days before television, I went twice a week to Bible school, where we scissored ro… Read more

Skelding: Make America good

Critics of liberals and progressives know they are fake branding both parties, yet they persist. It leaves you wondering whether they’re do… Read more

Poor Elijah’s Almanack: Who will tuck us in?

Poor Elijah dragged me to the mall Saturday. His sister had mailed him a gift card for Christmas, and while his inclination was to bury it … Read more

Amses: The running of the GOATS

A post-holiday stampede of GOATS has drawn our attention toward politics, arcane factoids and the National Football League, not necessarily… Read more

Business

Credit union donates to support adult education

BARRE — North Country Federal Credit Union donated $3,000 to Central Vermont Adult Basic Education in support of the Access to Education Fu… Read more

Breakfast grant supports Hunger Free vermont

SOUTH BURLINGTON — Hunger Free Vermont received a $28,586 grant from Shaw’s Foundation from their Hunger Is initiative to eradicate childho… Read more

Volunteer judges needed for business leaders competition

FAIRLEE — Volunteer judges are needed for Vermont Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) March 16 State Competition at Lake Morey Resort… Read more

Business Briefs

Dartmouth-Hitchcock appoints new trustees

LEBANON, N.H. — Dartmouth-Hitchcock elected five new public trustees and two new physician trustees to its board of trustees. Read more

Weather Today

Snow showers early. Highs in the low 30s and lows in the low single digits.

Today

30° 

Snow showers early. Highs in the low 30s and lows in the low single digits.

Humidity:80%
Cloud Coverage:%
Wind:W at 10 mph
Chance of Snow:0%
UV Index:1 Low
Sunrise:07:19:49 AM
Sunset:04:41:56 PM