Reporter Aaron Warner asked some direct questions of two women at Saturday’s LGBTQ ‘Pride Parade” in White River Junction. They answered in kind.
The region’s wetter-than-usual July is seeing an increase in powdery mildew while home gardeners and landscapers around the state are seeking a remedy to save plants.
What the media did not report last week is that Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield in 1995 hired a well-known anti-Zionist activist. She is now Chairman of the Board at Ben & Jerry’s.
“So much of my work involves impacts to minorities, and I don’t mean necessarily the BIPOC populations. I mean people who are in the minority compared to everything else. And so, what we are doing in Vermont is a policy of sacrificing people,” Annette Smith of Vermonters for a Clean Environment told a Vermont Climate Council Subcommittee July 21.
“Todd and I are trying to make final decisions about our children’s education, and do not want our children suffocated by masks. Masks impair communication, breathing and have adverse physiological impacts.”
The bodies of a man and woman were recovered in Crystal Lake in Barton this morning. They apparently drowned after leaving a pontoon boat Saturday.
by Tom EvslinThe US government talks the talk about Covid vaccination but doesn’t walk the walk. The CDC and the FDA say “get vaccinated” but they don’t act as if they really […]
A former Employee of the Year in Vermont state government says his job is in jeopardy because he questions mandatory ‘equity and diversity’ training he says was racist, sexist and anti-nuclear family.
Earlier this week the Progs kicked a Burlington GOP candidate off a prominent Facebook page. Now the Progs are stealing his signs, campaign manager Brad Broyles says.
Faced with growing crime and less police protection, the Burlington business community is taking downtown safety into its own hands – peacefully.