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TODAY’S FEATURE/NEWS

Latest local updates on COVID-19

>Monday, April 12, 2021

Vaccine appointments now open to Vermonters 30 and older

BURLINGTON — More than 14,000 Vermonters age 30 and older made appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine through the state registration system Monday, the first day that age group became eligible.... Continue reading story

TODAY’S FEATURE/NEWS

Latest local updates on COVID-19

>Monday, April 12, 2021

Vaccine appointments now open to Vermonters 30 and older

BURLINGTON — More than 14,000 Vermonters age 30 and older made appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine through the state registration system Monday, the first day that age group became eligible.... Continue reading story

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VOICES

ATHENS

Don’t let hate groups bring out more hate

LETTERS FROM READERS by Tim Stevenson

VIEWPOINT • Cannabis Control Commissions give residents a voice: The recreational cannabis sales act lets cities and towns have a say over cannabis policy and bring a spectrum of community voices to the table

VIEWPOINT • ‘We love and respect this hospital, and we all want to see it succeed’: At the Brattleboro Retreat, in spite of some well-publicized differences, union and management have maintained a dialogue and tried hard to appreciate the other side’s point of view

VIEWPOINT • Who is making the policy?: Brattleboro’s Representative Town Meeting has made spending decisions in line with the Community Safety Review Team Report’s recommendations. But did it do so intentionally?

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE • Let Westminster leave forced union: The residents have spoken, and their message should be heeded. It’s how democracy works — or should.

LETTERS FROM READERS • Buying local is a win-win ... and win

LETTERS FROM READERS • Compassion for a sister community’s family in need

LETTERS FROM READERS • Saxtons River needs community officials

LETTERS FROM READERS • Let us remember who we are

LETTERS FROM READERS • Discouraging dissonance

COLUMN • Why women whistleblowers matter: Women whistleblowers often suffer in ways men don’t, simply because they are female

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ARTS

• Organizations win 2020 video awards for material broadcast on BCTV

• Live outdoor event to celebrate diversity, oppose discrimination with music, art, speakers

• Brattleboro-West Arts members exhibit in Brooks House

• Poet Lucas Farrell to read at Next Stage

• VTC plans auditions for summer cabaret

• SOLOS features monologues and song by local performers

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