Controversial Burlington Mural Prompts Debate Over City’s History

Controversial Burlington Mural  Prompts Debate Over City’s History

By LUCY TOWNEND

November 15, 2018


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The vandalism of the controversial mural "Everyone Loves a Parade" highlights the exclusion of the history of people of color and the Abenaki.

Community Joins Nation to Rally for Mueller

Community Joins Nation to Rally for Mueller

By JAMES FINN

November 15, 2018


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Residents Support Mueller Inquiry.

Rough Cut Latest to Close Doors

Rough Cut Latest to Close Doors

By SADIE HOUSBERG

November 15, 2018


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Facing rent hike, The Rough cut Dishes up its last plates.

Meet the Farmers: Two Addison County Cattle Farmers Share Their Philosophy

Meet the Farmers: Two Addison County Cattle Farmers Share Their Philosophy

By NORA PEACHIN

November 15, 2018


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Expanding upon mainstream environmentalism, two farmers explain the relationship between animal, land and man.

Demonstrators Take Stand in Support of Mueller Investigation

Demonstrators Take Stand in Support of Mueller Investigation

By JAMES FINN

November 10, 2018


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JAMES FINN Just over 24 hours after President Trump fired his attorney general, area residents and college students gathered on Middlebury’s town green to advocate for an open inquiry into whether Russian operatives influenced the 2016 presidential campaign. The demonstrators were respon...

Incumbent Wygmans Clings to 10-Vote Lead in State’s Attorney Race

Incumbent Wygmans Clings to 10-Vote Lead in State’s Attorney Race

By CAROLINE KAPP

November 8, 2018


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Tuesday’s midterm election proved that every vote does indeed count, with the Addison County state’s attorney race being decided by a mere 10 votes.

Neighbors, Together Announces ‘Midd Money Match’ Program

Neighbors, Together  Announces ‘Midd Money Match’ Program

By TAYLOR PHILLIPS

November 8, 2018


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New Shopping Rewards Program in Town

Middlebury’s Hunters Reluctant to Advertise Their Hobby

Middlebury’s Hunters  Reluctant  to Advertise Their Hobby

By KAYLA LICHTMAN

November 8, 2018


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The reality of the prevalence of hunting in Middlebury and attempts to discontinue its stereotype.

O’Brien’s Hair Salon Trims its Last Locks

O’Brien’s Hair Salon Trims its Last Locks

By JAMES FINN

November 8, 2018


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O'Brein's Hair Salon shuts down

State’s Attorney Hosts Expungement Clinics for County Residents

State’s Attorney Hosts Expungement Clinics for County Residents

By BENJAMIN GLASS

November 8, 2018


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Vermonters previously convicted of cannabis possession are now having their charges expunged with the help of local organizations and attorneys.

Chittenden Brook Hut to Open in December for Year-Round Use

Chittenden Brook Hut to Open in December for Year-Round Use

By LUKE KANG

November 8, 2018


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Chittenden Brook Hut, opening in December, allows for great experiences right outside the door.

Student Club ‘Project Pengyou’ Partners With Middlingo to Teach Chinese

Student Club ‘Project Pengyou’ Partners With Middlingo to Teach Chinese

By JONAH RYAN

November 8, 2018


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An immense amount of interest from Middlebury's Project Pengyou club leads to mentoring at Middlingo in town.

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