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TODAY’S FEATURE/NEWS

U.S. atty. vows ‘relentless’ response to drug crime

After raids, 16 face federal, state drug charges as area reacts to three violent deaths

BRATTLEBORO—If a show of force was needed against the drug and crime situation in the area, United States Attorney Christina E. Nolan delivered one on Tuesday at a press conference in the roll-call room at the Brattleboro Police Department.

Nolan’s visit to southern Vermont came on the heels of a three-day drug sweep in Brattleboro and Putney that netted 16 suspects.... Continue reading story


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TODAY’S FEATURE/NEWS

U.S. atty. vows ‘relentless’ response to drug crime

After raids, 16 face federal, state drug charges as area reacts to three violent deaths

BRATTLEBORO—If a show of force was needed against the drug and crime situation in the area, United States Attorney Christina E. Nolan delivered one on Tuesday at a press conference in the roll-call room at the Brattleboro Police Department.

Nolan’s visit to southern Vermont came on the heels of a three-day drug sweep in Brattleboro and Putney that netted 16 suspects.... Continue reading story

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NEWS

Act 46 ruling creates more complexity

Windham Southeast School District Transition Board continues working on governance as judge hands down a mixed ruling and legislative solutions appear dim

BRATTLEBORO

Veterans organizations seek embrace of a new generation

American Legion’s national commander comes to Brattleboro to boost support for veterans old and young

MARLBORO

Accidental homeowners face uphill challenge

Marlboro couple seeks to move 19th century building to higher — and drier — ground, a dilemma that sparks a larger conversation about young artists and their housing needs

BRATTLEBORO

U.S. atty. vows ‘relentless’ response to drug crime

After raids, 16 face federal, state drug charges as area reacts to three violent deaths

• Heavy rain Friday afternoon into Saturday, but sunnier early next week

• 16 people face state, federal drug charges

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TOWN & VILLAGE

• Around the Towns

• Brooks Memorial Library offers foundation fundraising workshop

• BMH, CCV host open houses for accelerated medical assistant program

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MILESTONES

• Weddings

• Milestones

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SPORTS

Colonels win a chilly baseball opener

By Randolph T. Holhut

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VOICES

VIEWPOINT • Bin Laden’s strategy of disunity: We need to engage our neighbors in an empathetic and genuine way if we are to be able to figure out how to bridge the chasm that is now destroying our country

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE • Our military fights against this generation’s Agent Orange: Burn pits release at least 51 toxins into the atmosphere in military theaters — and into the lungs, eyes, and skin of our armed-forces personnel

LETTERS FROM READERS • Propaganda’s constant din of chaos

LETTERS FROM READERS • Hospital salutes team of volunteers

LETTERS FROM READERS • Storytellers’ charity event raises $30,000 for Groundworks

LETTERS FROM READERS • Let’s address the risks we are far more likely to die from

LETTERS FROM READERS • Legislature needs to fund clean-water projects

LETTERS FROM READERS • Play offers ‘aching relevance to present conditions’

LETTERS FROM READERS • Putney purged teachers for being Quakers — but eventually elected one

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ARTS

BRATTLEBORO

Bowlerama seeks to help feed the hungry

Potters donate their time for annual Empty Bowls Dinner

PUTNEY

Charting the geographies of self

In ‘My Body, My Country’ at Landmark College, three poets search for meaning in an ever-shifting landscape

• NECCA ProTrack students reimagine what circus can be in ‘Fractured’

• Strolling of the Heifers presents Walk for Amber StorySlam

• Green Writers Press presents a spring books party at Next Stage

• BMC Chamber Series continues with ‘Music Making Amongst Friends’

• Works of Fiona Morehouse on display at Main Street Arts

• Mitchell-Giddings gallery presents paintings of David Rohn

• Stabach 4Tet honors Earth Day with jazz, haiku

• Ella Wilson selected as Grammar School’s Opus 34 composer

• HDT presents new play based on life of poet Robert Lowell

• Bread and Puppet Theater returns to Next Stage

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