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TODAY’S FEATURE/NEWS

In Vt., not all water pollution is created equal

While the need to clean up Lake Champlain is undeniable, the question remains: Will enough funding make it to water-quality and flood-resistance projects on this side of the state?

BRATTLEBORO—Do you know your watershed address?

A watershed address is a way for people to locate themselves within the interconnecting waterways that ultimately connect us all.

For example, someone who lives in Green River can say they have a watershed address is off the Roaring Brook watershed, within the Green River watershed, within the Deerfield River watershed, within the Connecticut River watershed, which drains into the Atlantic Ocean.... Continue reading story

TODAY’S FEATURE/NEWS

In Vt., not all water pollution is created equal

While the need to clean up Lake Champlain is undeniable, the question remains: Will enough funding make it to water-quality and flood-resistance projects on this side of the state?

BRATTLEBORO—Do you know your watershed address?

A watershed address is a way for people to locate themselves within the interconnecting waterways that ultimately connect us all.

For example, someone who lives in Green River can say they have a watershed address is off the Roaring Brook watershed, within the Green River watershed, within the Deerfield River watershed, within the Connecticut River watershed, which drains into the Atlantic Ocean.... Continue reading story

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VOICES

VIEWPOINT • Trump’s words inflame, incite violence and hatred: How can we live together in a country where about 40 percent of the population accepts and welcomes the rhetoric of homophobia, racism, sexism, religious bigotry, and xenophobia?

VIEWPOINT • Selectboard is hardly insensitive to homelessness: ‘Let’s all work together, using democracy and dialogue — not demands — to keep the ultimate, long-range goal in mind’

MEMORIAM • ‘Too busy saving the world to care for himself’: After a close call with death, Andrew Eames made two momentous decisions: to make the most of life, and to do good with life

LETTERS FROM READERS • Independence Day parade a great success

LETTERS FROM READERS • Raffle helps maintain historic buildings, fund kids’ programs

LETTERS FROM READERS • Wouldn’t it be nice if we could just ‘demand‘ things?

LETTERS FROM READERS • New program touts $15/hour wage as library employees earn less

LETTERS FROM READERS • Am I missing something?

LETTERS FROM READERS • Brattleboro needs a sustainability coordinator — now

COUNTERPOINT • Time for demands — and dialogue: The belief that Brattleboro town government is already doing enough about homelessness is just another version of the belief that we don’t need to do very much at all

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ARTS

BRATTLEBORO

Remixing Richard

In ‘King Dick,’ Analog Players uses a pair of actors and two puppets to do a new version of ‘Richard III’

• Public art project transforms old storage shed into a fabulist mural

• Vermont Theatre Company to hold auditions for ‘The 39 Steps’

• Third Sunday concert series continues at Rockingham Meeting House

• ‘Van Gogh & Japan’ explores artist’s Asian connections

• Romance and pot etiquette featured at Village Square Booksellers

• Local dance performance to benefit children at the border

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