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I have written extensively about how embezzlement and nonprofit and municipal board negligence has caused the loss of millions of dollars — and based upon recent news reports, losses still continue.In a May 26 publication of VTDigger, it was … more
I give a lot of tours at my 80-acre homestead, and have found that most visitors are delighted for the opportunity to connect nature with real life. Those of us who spend much time rubbing elbows with nature might say that it is real life, but for … more
By nature, I am not a suspicious or skeptical individual; I want to trust people at their word and be agreeable to reasonable requests. I also tend to comply with requests made of me by individuals I perceive as knowledgeable or persons of … more
My son Kaden was born with a bigger list of obstacles to overcome than most kids.When he was a little over two months old, we discovered Kaden has a congenital heart condition known as Tetralogy of Fallot with an absent pulmonary valve. He also has … more
As the Republican Congress struggles to "repeal and replace" Obamacare, the political landscape is steadily shiftingSince the Democratic Congress enacted Obamacare in 2010 without a single Republican vote, Democrats have increasingly been on the … more
I need to stop and thank all the nice folk who've been kind enough to take time from their busy schedules to provide this column with some constructive criticism. By the way, moron is spelled with two Os, idiot doesn't have an E and using all caps … more
At its first meeting in May, the Select Board announced the formation of a seven-member Charter Review Commission. Applications now total 12. The board has planned on a seven-member committee. The process to select appointees has not been set just … more
Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your eyes. I come to praise Shakespeare, not to bury him.The truths that men write live after them; The specific context is buried alongside them.So let it be with Julius Caesar. more
Readers may have noticed that I took some time off last week. My column ran as usual in the Banner, but its content was a distinct departure from the usual. I got the impression from a few friends that it was a welcome change and I may take the same … more
"What we're seeing is the erosion of the resistance; I'm not hearing as much resistance to the idea anymore " exclaimed one of the board members at our last chamber board meeting. He was right. Our efforts to work across borders, build up the … more
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