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TODAY’S FEATURE/NEWS

Latest local updates on COVID-19

>Monday, Sept. 27, 2021

Booster shots now available for Vermonters over age 75

MONTPELIER —The Agency of Human Services and the Department of Health announced that Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine booster doses will be available starting today to people in Vermont who are 75 years of age and older.

Registration for statewide clinics those 70 and older begins on Sept. 29, and those 65 and older starting Oct. 1.... Continue reading story

TODAY’S FEATURE/NEWS

Latest local updates on COVID-19

>Monday, Sept. 27, 2021

Booster shots now available for Vermonters over age 75

MONTPELIER —The Agency of Human Services and the Department of Health announced that Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine booster doses will be available starting today to people in Vermont who are 75 years of age and older.

Registration for statewide clinics those 70 and older begins on Sept. 29, and those 65 and older starting Oct. 1.... Continue reading story

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NEWS

WEST BRATTLEBORO

For 60 years, Vermonters look beyond Vermont

Windham World Affairs Council celebrates a six-decade legacy of global engagement and Vermonters on the international stage bringing ‘the truth of the world’ back home to Windham County

BRATTLEBORO

Vermont opens its doors

State get approval to welcome up to 100 Afghan refugees as the Ethiopian Community Development Council opens resettlement center in Brattleboro

BRATTLEBORO

The power of a name

Replica of Vietnam Veterans Memorial draws thousands to Brattleboro for remembrance and closure

BRATTLEBORO

Refugees could bring new focus on housing

With area residents concerned about welcoming newcomers amid a housing shortage, those working on the issue say that it shines a light on a problem that needs to be solved for everyone

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TOWN & VILLAGE

• Governor requests federal funds to repair July flood damage

• Around the Towns

• Landmark College shares several top honors in annual college ranking

• Water-quality organizations to collaborate on regional planning efforts

• Community effort brings ‘Little Free Pantry’ to Saxtons River

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MILESTONES

• Milestones

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SPORTS

• BF girls win Pickering Invitational meet

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VOICES

OPEN LETTER • Addressing institutional betrayal: Systemic issues made — and still make — BUHS a breeding ground for abusive behavior and a lack of accountability. The district must retain qualified community organizations to engage directly with those harmed to determine appropriate, trauma-informed actions toward healing.

PRIMARY SOURCES • Why are we forced to regain our rights?: ‘There are many reasons why someone would get an abortion — physical, mental, financial — but honestly, all of them are no one’s goddamn business’

MEMORIAM • ‘How to live well, to live honestly, and to live fully into the belief that a better world is possible’: Friends and colleagues remember the life and spirit of Angela Berkfield

MEMORIAM • ‘What a tremendous gift’: ‘Taking a good, honest look at death feels so essential, yet is hard to do in the everyday grind — it seems it can be truly looked at only when we are face to face with it’

LETTERS FROM READERS • U.S. flouts international law by ignoring nuclear weapons prohibition treaty

LETTERS FROM READERS • Retreat stance on opioid policy raises questions, reflects apathy

LETTERS FROM READERS • Windham town clerk: all ballots were counted

LETTERS FROM READERS • An apology from acting supt. builds trust and healing

LETTERS FROM READERS • A stranger in the grocery line turns forgetfulness into a blessing

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ARTS

• Fall Gala to raise funds for museum

• Hiroya Tsukamoto to perform in Bellows Falls: Guitarist/composer returns to Stage 33

• Art historian to discuss photographer Minor White

• Prouty Presents! features music, food, and fun for all

• Main Street Arts offers fall classes in theater, art, writing, movement, and music

• Happy birthday, WVEW! : All-volunteer radio station celebrates 15 years of broadcasting

• Ask the River project plans ‘convergence’

• Kat Wright, Pete Bernhard will perform

• Klein returns to perform on Estey organ

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