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Summertime and the living’s easy, mostly. Summer brings longer hours of daylight to do activities outside and often more free time. But it also brings increased heat, increased bugs (I think the mosquitos almost carried me away playing with the dogs in the yard) and more considerations for o…

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I was going to write a Fathers Day column ahead of the date, but I was afraid it might read something like a gifts column, and books often make lousy gifts. (Unlike gift certificates from bookstores, which are excellent choices for any occasion).

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Through my work as a therapist and through my life as someone committed to natural treatments as a first step to health, I have gotten to know many powerful healers in Vermont and around the country. One who has influenced both my life and my work is Dr. Sarah Wylie of Red Blossom Medicine, …

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IRA — On a cold, windy morning, the Ann Story Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, with the help of a New Orleans couple, dedicated the markers on the gravestones of two veterans, a father and son, of the war of independence.

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One of Rutland’s newest families, Jeanette and Shawn Langston and their two children are still getting settled. They are staying at the Best Western while they wait to close on a house in June, and their 7-year-old son started first grade last week.

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Hundreds of students, inventors, engineers and guest educators gathered at Rutland High School last week for the sixth annual Global Issues Network conference to learn about the world now, the world as it could be, and how the youth of Vermont could have a hand in shaping it.

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