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The political rancor that dominates national politics these days was nowhere in evidence last Wednesday, Oct. 10, as the two candidates for the Vermont House seat representing Cambridge and Waterville debated the issues.

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For George Orwell, some animals might be more equal than others, but Claudia Stauber of Morristown sees them all the same.

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A former corporal with the Lamoille County Sheriff’s Department, fired from her job in July, is alleging gender discrimination.

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Lamoille County candidates for office are opening up their wallets, and the money is still flowing into and out of them, albeit at a slower pace headed into the Nov. 6 election.

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Would moving the date of the Elmore-Morristown school district’s annual meeting – it’s now the Thursday before Town Meeting Day – help to increase attendance?

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The criminal case of a man accused of killing a driver in a head-on crash in Elmore this summer will be handled by a new prosecutor, one who has expertise in highway safety and who will still be on the job next year.

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A new solar array is in the works in Morrisville, and anyone who wants to comment on the proposal has a few more days left to do so.

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Richard A. Westman, an incumbent Republican, is unopposed for re-election as Lamoille County’s only state senator.

Gov. Phil Scott on Friday hit back at the state Ethics Commission’s finding last week that he had a conflict of interest, calling it an “October surprise in an election year.”

State regulators say they’re worried about the financial health of Copley Hospital in Morrisville, especially if patient numbers continue to decline and expenses continue to rise at the 25-bed facility.

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