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Walk through a hardwood forest this month and it may seem more like October than July. Trees that normally provide cool shade have bare crowns with just a hint of green. And is the bark on that sugar maple moving? This is not a trick of the light: … more
Anybody remember when Donald Trump boasted, "I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot someone and wouldn't lose voters." Now that we've seen him operate for six months, we have a pretty good idea how that would go down.- First he'd shoot … more
"It's the single greatest witch hunt in American political history." - Donald TrumpI have finally found something to admire in Donald Trump. He is capable of planning ahead.Mr. Trump seems very concerned lately with pardons and, more specifically, … more
This week at our first mixer up in the Northshire, we were able to unveil to the public a big media announcement. In partnership with the New England Newspapers company — Publishers of The Bennington Banner, The Manchester Journal, The … more
It's hard enough to exercise when you are feeling your best. It's even harder when you are not. But, for breast cancer survivors, both those undergoing and those who have finished treatment, exercise can be an important part of treatment and staying … more
A quote caught my eye (and others' eyes) over the weekend. It was from Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, and it was about how Democrats move forward with a new slogan — "A Better Deal" — and new policies."When you lose to somebody … more
We can all agree that baring someone who is eligible to vote from doing so is a grave injustice. It robs a citizen in our representative republic of their voice in the process of governance. This is unacceptable.However, allowing somebody to vote … more
Rural economies across America are struggling to recover from the Great Recession, with economic progress stalling, populations declining, and families questioning whether their children have a future in their communities. I for one believe rural … more
We all can get more involved in celebrating and promoting what's great about living here, if we want to keep it that way. The Bennington Banner and Manchester Journal are releasing a new mobile app for the region called GoShires. It's free to use, … more
I love the fact that there is always something new to observe in nature. Take goldfinches, for example. I have often watched them devour milkweed seeds from an acrobatic, upside-down position. Recently, I spotted several bright yellow males perched … more
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