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Consider early or absentee votingVermont's primary is scheduled for Aug. 11, when voters will select candidates for state and county offices.The coronavirus threat will make... [Read More]
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The attorney for Ariel Quiros says his client is ready for whatever prison sentence will come his way as a result of his decision to... [Read More]
More than 2,500 people took part in this year's virtual Prouty, raising $2.8 million for the Norris Cotton Cancer Center, organizers said Saturday.The fundraising event... [Read More]
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If you were a New England baby boomer in 1975, there was a lot to be excited about that summer.Fred Lynn and Jim Rice, the Gold... [Read More]
City Councilor Sue Prentiss was driving down Route 12A in Lebanon on a hot day a few years ago when she noticed a man and... [Read More]
A huge increase in demand, driven in large part by the coronavirus pandemic, is proving to be a challenge for the New Hampshire Food Bank.If... [Read More]
A missed opportunity for all to learn in WindsorWhat I am trying to learn, and what I believe we white people in general need to... [Read More]
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George Floyd's killing jarred me. In the aftermath, I spent hours reading books and articles, participated in two online forums exploring race in our culture,... [Read More]
I entered class that day with a bounce in my gait. My exit was less buoyant. I was about to be rudely awakened to the... [Read More]
Hanover President Donald Trump celebrated Independence Day on July 3 in South Dakota and on July 4 in Washington. For these occasions he provided a... [Read More]
the symbol of our country that stands for "liberty and justice for... [Read More]
It was his course, his week, his day, his tournament.Former Dartmouth College golfer James Pleat was the story of the 117th New Hampshire State Amateur... [Read More]
I blame three people for motivating me to get out in the woods and climb the biggest hill in the neighborhood.A former Valley News colleague,... [Read More]
Clarence Arnold, a Nikon with a telephoto lens slung over his shoulder, crossed Canaan's main street to get closer to the Black Lives Matter demonstrators... [Read More]
When Opera North's leadership realized it couldn't go on with its planned Summerfest, board members got on the phone and called everyone who had already... [Read More]
A page has turned at Left Bank Books.Nancy Cressman, the former Thetford Elementary School art teacher who has owned and run the little used book... [Read More]
Decades after it closed, Bradford Academy continues to hold a special place in the lives (and hearts) of many residents in Bradford, Vt., and beyond.... [Read More]
Plans to build a natural gas pipeline in Lebanon and Hanover appear to be dead after Liberty Utilities did not request an extension of franchise... [Read More]
Voters rejected two projects totaling $3.8 million that would have improved Enfield's water and sewer systems at an outdoor Town Meeting held Saturday morning with... [Read More]
Voters rejected two projects totaling $3.8 million that would have improved Enfield's water and sewer systems at an outdoor Town Meeting held Saturday morning with... [Read More]
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