UVM physicians pen letter to community

To the community: As clinical department chairs at the University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine, we have responsibility for fulfilling the education, research and patient care missions of the college and of our partner, the University of Vermont Medical Center. As physicians, each of us has taken an oath to serve our patients and… Read More »

Special Olympics athletes receive health screenings by volunteers

Special Olympics athletes receive health screenings by volunteers

Health professionals and volunteers from across New England provided comprehensive health screenings for children and adults with intellectual disabilities at the Special Olympics Vermont Summer Games at the University of Vermont last month. A unique partnership between the Vermont State Dental Society and Special Olympics Vermont allowed hundreds of athletes to receive dental screenings, and a… Read More »

My eyewitness account of ‘government-sanctioned child abuse’ — U.S. Rep. Peter Welch

My eyewitness account of ‘government-sanctioned child abuse’ — U.S. Rep. Peter Welch

In a head-spinning reversal last week, President Donald Trump responded to public outrage over heart wrenching images of children locked in chain link cages on the southern border. It appears that he backed down on his cynical decision to separate innocent migrant children from their parents. While welcome news, the devil is in the details… Read More »

Visiting the grocery store on Memory Lane

Visiting the grocery store on Memory Lane

By Rosalyn Graham It’s funny how the most mundane experiences, when viewed from the distance of 50 or 60 or 70 years, take on iconic importance. That was the case on Monday evening as a crowd gathered at Shelburne Town Hall to remember the grocery store that stood for more than 100 years at the… Read More »

Parents praise little league coach for turning players into STARs — Jamie Cudney

Parents praise little league coach for turning players into STARs — Jamie Cudney

By Jamie Cudney If the village of Shelburne seems noisy on many spring evenings and Saturday mornings, listen closely. It is the cheers from the Shelburne Little League teams playing baseball, and their fans, at the fields behind the Shelburne Town Offices on Route 7. At those fields, the RockHounds (sponsored by Good Times Cafe) formed in… Read More »