Nope, there weren’t 314 new cases of Covid last Thursday. Just an IT glitch.
$25 million in state money has been allocated to clean up enviromental disaster sites in Springfield, St. Albans and Burlington.
Water Cooler: Leaf blower ban in Burlington / Vermont ninja / the Giant Pumpkin / when Trump came to Burlington
Burlington’s leaf blower ban. A Democrat lawmaker remembers when Donald Trump campaigned at the Flynn in Vermont January 7, 2016. These and more headlines from Vermont media.
Bernie Sanders decries government overspending – at least by the Pentagon.
Parents in Mendon and Chittenden “understood the issues: that school choice is more equitable; that each child is different and has different educational needs– that without school choice, those needs will not be met.”
Gordon Chang, a China expert frequently quoted in national publications, indicates that the Chinese Communists Party (CCP) has declared war against Americans. With current policies proposed by President Biden and his party, the CCP objective is on its way to fruition.
A 19-year-old teen, possibly under the influence and not wearing a helmet, died when his motorcycle struck a utility pole in the NEK.
Democrat leaders’ caterwauling about a Vermont Right to Life seminar shows they fear health care providers demanding conscience protection. It also shows their fealty to Planned Parenthood.
100 Afghan refugees – reportedly eager to find jobs – will be resettled in Vermont. Plenty of work here for people who want it.
Water Cooler: No mail in Williston / Hospital spending outpaces economic growth / ‘managing’ homeless camp in Burlington / arrests after school lockdown
Burlington tries to manage a homeless camp that will need to be moved when a new highway goes through it, anyway. If you build it, they will come.