A week after the well-received visit by Turning Point USA spokesperson Isabel Brown in Montpelier, TPUSA is organizing at the University of Vermont and is offering virtual events for conservative-minded young Vermonters.
Levine urges young people to vax to avoid ‘Long Covid,’ but can’t give stats
By Guy Page The Vermont Department of Health doesn’t know how many young Vermonters suffer from longterm, debilitating “Long Covid” that reportedly afflicts young people nationwide. ‘Long Covid’ was cited today by […]
New farm report is “Ceres in Wonderland”
The report recites some obvious challenges, such as “development pressure on farmland, generational transfer of farm assets, [and] changing consumer preferences and markets”. But in its Vision Statement for 2030 the report wanders off into what might be called “Ceres in Wonderland.” That’s a collection of correct and happy outcomes, an exercise noticeably infused with political correctness.
Entire Bible to be read Easter weekend at Island Pond church
ISLAND POND — There will be little or no sleep on Easter weekend this year for several members of the Green Mountain Bible Church in Island Pond, as an out-loud reading of […]
Conservative network forming – are you in?
by Tom McLinden If you are a fellow conservative, I invite you to join me in forming a new conservative action network in Vermont. Our mission would be to promote conservative ideals, […]
From Publisher Guy Page: Thanks, Karen!
Too few Vermont news organizations believe that sacred cows make good hamburger.
How did YOUR senator(s) vote on universal mailed ballot bill?
S.15 An act relating to correcting defective ballots, passed in the State Senate Thursday, March 18 by a vote of 27-3. Its purpose: To make the election policies and procedures adopted during the Covid pandemic emergency permanent features of Vermont elections.
Page: Sanders signals tax hike, but mum on pandemic debt reduction
No-one in power in Congress is talking about pandemic spending repayment. Like credit card companies at Christmastime, Congress has pressured us to spend now and worry about payments letter. This morning, the first notice of Payment Due came in the mail, hidden in a predictably worded press release from Senate Budget Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders.
Senate hears state college consolidation pitch
United they stand, divided they fall. That’s the gist of the Vermont State College consolidation plan pitched Thursday March 18 by (VSC) Chancellor Sophie Zdatny to the Senate Education Committee.
Vax for ages 16 and up set for April 19
Governor Phil Scott Friday, March 18 laid out the projected timeline for all remaining age bands, which will govern the state’s vaccination distribution process moving forward.