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TODAY’S FEATURE/NEWS

Latest local updates on COVID-19

>Monday. Nov. 23

85 new COVID-19 cases reported in Vt.; no new deaths

BURLINGTON — The Vermont Department of Health reported Monday that there are now 3,712 people who have tested positive for COVID-19 in Vermont, including 194 people in Windham County.... Continue reading story

TODAY’S FEATURE/NEWS

Latest local updates on COVID-19

>Monday. Nov. 23

85 new COVID-19 cases reported in Vt.; no new deaths

BURLINGTON — The Vermont Department of Health reported Monday that there are now 3,712 people who have tested positive for COVID-19 in Vermont, including 194 people in Windham County.... Continue reading story

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VOICES

BRATTLEBORO

‘I understood why she felt the way she did, and I knew no one would ever change her’

A longtime employee of Dalem’s Chalet looks back on his long friendship with Ursula Dalem and grieves for the restaurant and lodge that she ran for 56 years ESSAY by Ian Diamondstone

BRATTLEBORO

We do need a chainsaw

Brattleboro is losing the battle of gentrification, and we are not moving fast enough to stop it VIEWPOINT by Doran Hamm

GUILFORD

A saner and calmer future is on the horizon

Biden will have a difficult time finding common ground. But the departure of Donald Trump from the White House will usher in an era when we are no longer governed by tweets and when division and rancor will no longer be the tone. VIEWPOINT by Richard Davis

NEWFANE

True equality of income will not be solved by government

We are caving under our tax burden. We need other measures to help make healthy, safe, and vibrant communities. COUNTERPOINT by Toni Powling

LETTERS FROM READERS • Neighbors don’t need to explain their politics to anyone

LETTERS FROM READERS • The fight against COVID-19 is a war. It’s time to make sacrifices.

LETTERS FROM READERS • Compassionate Brattleboro heals heartbreaking divisiveness

LETTERS FROM READERS • How about coffee, doughnuts, and conversation? Or acceptance of other views?

LETTERS FROM READERS • Burke thanks constituents for election victory

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ARTS

• WOOL Radio plans online local gift card auction

• Women’s Chorus plans virtual concert to celebrate its 25th

• Jazz Center hosts third annual Emerging Artist Festival: ‘Jazz continues to flourish, thanks mostly to the fresh contributions of its young, creative devotees’

• Hospice launches book discussion group

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