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When Sonya Buglion Gluck’s bus pulled in at the Standing Rock protests, it was dark, the black North Dakota sky punctured by the flashing blue of the police lights that were left on all day and night.

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A team of students from the Green Mountain Technology and Career Center has completed a trail-improvement project on the Cricket Hill Trail network at Lamoille Union.

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Land on both sides of Route 15 west of the intersection with Route 100 is now open to development after the source protection area for the Cadys Falls water system was lifted.

Vermonters support their own, and this year’s presidential election was no exception. Although former secretary of state Hillary Clinton carried the day in the Green Mountains, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Burlington netted 18,183 of Vermonters’ 320,467 votes — more than third-party candidate… Read more

In a move that effectively ends his political career, state Sen. William Doyle, R-Washington County, dropped his request for a recount last week. Read more

This fall’s numbers show that enrollment at two local colleges is holding steady. Read more

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