In a move that has allowed Vermont and UVM to join the vanguard of money-attracting experimental gender hormones on prepubescent children, a 2015 “initiative” pushed that envelope deep into the Green Mountain State.
“I was raised in a family where we, I think all of us, were raised with the notion that our lives would be consumed in some great controversy.”
Police say three girls were reported to be between the ages of 8 and 12 at the time of the assaults.
The resolution was approved two days after pro-trans activists tried unsuccessfully to get Vergennes school leaders to cancel a meeting of citizens gathered to hear detransitioning expert Walt Heyer.
John Van Vught, 72, defrauded ValleyNet Inc., a non-profit that had a contract to operate fiber-to-home internet networks serving customers in east-central Vermont.
If you want to do something new, AI is not nearly as helpful. It can’t remember what it never knew.
Becca Balint resigns from House Oversight Committee; Funding challenges leading to Howard Center cutting certain programming; State settles with some foreign investors scammed in Kingdom Con
The Vermont House voted overwhelmingly to override Gov. Phil Scott’s vetoes of five bills. See how your representatives votes.
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.
On Saturday, June 24, the Vermont Right to Life Educational Trust will host a “BIRTHday Picnic” on the State House Lawn in Montpelier from 11:30am to 1:00pm.