Vermont Daily Water Cooler is a roundup of important headlines from around the state.
Ask yourself: Is Critical Race Theory taught to our children in such a way that they are able to see alternative views? Are these alternative views studied as part of the curriculum and with respect?
Some Vermont counties are set to get more money from the federal government in one year than they have gotten from Vermont taxpayers in the 21st century.
Temporary Open Meeting measures enacted by the Vermont Legislature tied to the State of Emergency will no longer be in effect as of midnight tonight, when the SOE expires, the Vermont Secretary of State’s office said.
The University of Vermont this fall will require vaccination of all students – but not faculty and staff – because students live in closer quarters and belong to an age group with lower vaccination rates.
China expert Gordon Chang and author/interviewer Eric Metaxas will be the featured speakers at a three-day event about the People’s Republic of China and the United States September 10-12 at Ignite Church on South Brownell Road in Williston.
If you live in a suburban home that has a yard, scrubs, space between you and your neighbor and you work every day to pay your mortgage, you are the target of the Biden Infrastructure Plan.
Sean Ploof, 57, of Colchester died Sunday, June 13 after he lost control of his ATV while trail-riding.
Because Vermont reached the 80% vaccination threshhold this weekend, the pandemic State of Emergency declared in March 2020 will end at midnight tomorrow night, Governor Phil Scott said at a press conference today.
Periodically, it seems, concerned citizens of Vermont gather to revive the idea of creating an inspiring Vision for the state’s future. Last month the largely federally-funded Vermont Council on Rural Development released the draft of its “Vermont Proposition