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TODAY’S FEATURE/VOICES/VIEWPOINT

So simple and so obvious

‘I have spent a lot of time feeling powerless and worrying over the future of our once-pristine land and our dying oceans. But as consumers, we do have a huge amount of power.’

NEWFANE—Those of us who are lucky to grow up in the country learn a lot just from looking at what goes on around us in the garden and on the farm.

If you grew up in the ’60s, you probably burned your trash out in a bin, but at some point you figured out that was not such a great solution, so you stopped doing it.... Continue reading story

TODAY’S FEATURE/VOICES

So simple and so obvious

‘I have spent a lot of time feeling powerless and worrying over the future of our once-pristine land and our dying oceans. But as consumers, we do have a huge amount of power.’

NEWFANE—Those of us who are lucky to grow up in the country learn a lot just from looking at what goes on around us in the garden and on the farm.

If you grew up in the ’60s, you probably burned your trash out in a bin, but at some point you figured out that was not such a great solution, so you stopped doing it.... Continue reading story

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VOICES

NEWFANE

So simple and so obvious

‘I have spent a lot of time feeling powerless and worrying over the future of our once-pristine land and our dying oceans. But as consumers, we do have a huge amount of power.’ VIEWPOINT by Johanna Gardner

NEWFANE

We have a choice: action or complicity

Every one of us is also guilty of the Trump administration’s criminal family separation policies, unless we are actively working to reverse them. And we can do just that, one ICE employee and elected official at a time. VIEWPOINT by Dan DeWalt

WESTMINSTER

A love that crosses countries and cultures

A group of young Kurdish Iraqis who came to Windham County in an exchange program get a visit from their group leader — their ‘American mom’ DISPATCH by Michelle Bos-Lun

LETTERS FROM READERS • Actively seeking solutions for towns and school districts under Act 46

LETTERS FROM READERS • Submarine veterans invited to commissioning ceremony for USS Vermont

LETTERS FROM READERS • Our world needs to foster the means to plan pregnancies

LETTERS FROM READERS • Rental inspections: ‘For people like me, where does it end?’

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ARTS

MARLBORO

Play on!

Marlboro Music inks deal to remain at Marlboro College for next century

• In Stile Moderno returns to Brattleboro for Valentine’s concert

• Prison Story Project to be presented at Marlboro College

• Photo exhibit opens at Canal Street Art Gallery

• BUHS to present 'Pippin'

• Painting raffle to help asylum seekers

• Vermont teens recognized for excellence in art and writing

• Rock River Players present Valentine cabaret

• Town Schools Theatre presents ‘Winter Festival’

• Film explores Picasso’s early years as a painter

• BMC Chamber Series continues with the Escher Quartet

Browse Arts stories through the archives