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I know that COVID-19 is everywhere you turn, and everything you read. If we address pet care seriously on the front end we might reduce the time and impact in the long run. We are currently doing curbside service so that people aren’t coming into our building. However, depending on how thing…

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The purpose of reading is to receive some type of emotional response or gratification. Whether it be joy, pain, amusement, or even anger, the idea of the writer is to convey emotion on paper for the experience and enjoyment of the reader. Some of the most powerful ways to reach a reader and …

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It is now officially autumn — time for leaf-peeping, cider pressing, and of course, the first cold viruses of the season. I have a 4-year-old daughter and a 7-month-old son, and with my daughter’s entrance into preschool this year, the little ones have had two colds already since the start o…

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“I am really passionate about canoeing and the concept of additive manufacturing,” says Matt Lutz, of East Calais, an architect and professor of architecture at Norwich University. “I wanted to prepare myself for teaching my architecture students what are emerging technologies and the canoe …

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As the coronavirus pandemic rumbles into its third week, it appears that no business, not even Vermont’s quintessential maple industry, can hide from COVID-19. The annual Maple Open House Weekend, where sugarhouses throughout the state are open to the public, and the Lunenberg Maple Festival…

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BARRE — The Proctor boys basketball team stood at the top of the mountain for the 18th time and for the fourth time in the last six years with Saturday’s 65-50 victory over Twin Valley in the Division IV championship boys basketball game at Barre Auditorium.

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BARRE — Fair Haven boys basketball coach Bob Prenevost scanned the sidelines and glistening hardwood floor of Barre Auditorium for the Division II state championship and found family in his every glance.

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Come July 1, food scraps will no longer be allowed in the trash, meaning Vermonters will have to find some way of managing that waste. One of the easiest ways to keep food scraps out of the trash is to compost it.