Month: July 2020

Op-ed by Lawrence Zupan: American history built over generations, torn down in minutes How oddly ironic that those who would destroy and rewrite our American history by tearing down our monuments, actually […]

College restrictions announced

Fall semester to end at Thanksgiving; masks, social distancing, behavior contracts mandatory By Guy Page July 7, 2020 – At Gov. Phil Scott’s press conference today, a  Vermont higher education task force […]

LETTER TO EDITOR: Former VT state senator sees Klar as candidate of hope, opportunity By Mark Shepard July 6, 2020 – In the race for governor, Vermonters have three very different choices. […]