A South Burlington cow given to President Dwight Eisenhower during his June 1955 visit to Rutland was sent to his working dairy farm in Gettysburg, PA.
Someone who volunteered at the Hoofbeats and Dreams horse rescue barn in Tunbridge made a complaint to the local humane society, who then notified state police.
Out of nowhere appeared a towering and tattooed figure wearing what looked like a yarmulke fashioned from a water buffalo.
Rep. Anne Donahue of Northfield is joining the effort to help Vermonters for Good Government educate voters about Prop 5/Article 22 issues across Vermont through various mediums over the coming months.
In the newsroom three nights before Ike’s visit, a young man overheard Judge Smith tell managing editor Bud Mattison of a plan to fill the presidential creel.
“Loons were removed from Vermont’s endangered species list in 2005, but they face continued threats from human disturbance during the breeding season and ingestion of fishing gear,” said Doug Morin, wildlife biologist with Vermont Fish and Wildlife.
As ICE ratchets up pressure on the American press, Vermont illegal immigrants and their supporters are demanding the federal agency drop their deportation cases.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has issued new policy guidelines on how, when and why it will subpoena, execute search warrants, and arrest members of the U.S. news media.
“We have what, 330 million people in the country, and I believe we only had 19 million watching,” Gov. Phil Scott said of live coverage of the House investigation into the events of Jan. 6.
Advocates might claim some progress in producing neurotic reactions in teenage Swedish girls and 60-something New York architects.