Letters to the Editor

Larger network of paths benefits Shelburne I wholeheartedly disagree with Bill Supple’s statement that “There are miles of professionally-designed and safe paths that link all the neighborhoods in Shelburne for pedestrians and bicyclists to use.”  While Shelburne is a beautiful town with much to offer, it pales in comparison to many Chittenden County towns such […]

The Readers Write

Vote for Ed Cafferty Aug. 26 I hope that you will support my friend, Ed Cafferty, in the primary election on Aug. 26. Ed is a Democratic Candidate for Sheriff of Chittenden County. Chittenden County residents need a strong leader as Sheriff. They need a leader who will take on today’s challenges and actively work […]

The Readers Write

We support Ed Cafferty for Sheriff Ed is our brother-in-law, friend, and next door neighbor (married to Susan Krasnow), but we support his bid to become Chittenden County Sheriff for many, more important reasons. Well qualified, he will be proactive in modernizing the office, hiring women Deputies (currently none), effectively advocate for more community drug […]

Representatives, local news appreciated

I would like to use this opportunity to thank our Representatives, Joan Lenes and Kate Webb, for all their work this past year on our behalf, and also, notably, for their dependable and informative reports from Montpelier which routinely appear in this paper. Thanks also goes to Shelburne News for these feature articles. Since I frequently travel […]

Thanks to Champlain Valley Hawks wrestling donors

The Champlain Valley Hawks wrestlers just completed their third very positive season.  The wrestling club attended many events and wrestled hard and proud. Without the support of our wrestling family, parents, coaches, and donors, we would not have had as much success. We look forward to another successful season. Your contributions helped. Thank you very […]

Shelburne Supermarket deserves praise

The fifth annual bread baking event for Shelburne Community School (SCS) third graders held on May 14 as a partnership between SCS’s Food Education Every Day (FEED) program and Shelburne Farms is one of many opportunities throughout the year that aims to educate students about the connection between healthy food, Vermont farms, and good nutrition. […]

Grateful for Memorial Day 2014 support

Again, our annual Memorial Day Ceremony, on May 26, 2014, on the Parade in Shelburne was a tremendous success. Only through the outstanding support provided by all those involved in the planning process from the beginning several months prior to and to the final conduct of the ceremony can this success be accomplished. In addition, […]

Still no word: what will single payer cost?

We appreciate the “Report from Montpelier” that our state representatives, Joan Lenes and Kate Webb, provided in last week’s Shelburne News.  We wish there were more information provided, such as an indication of the new health care system cost. As was stated in their report, “many have expressed frustration with the Governor because of a […]

CVU family thanks communities for efforts

We wanted to send out a huge “thank you” to everyone involved with the Champlain Valley Union “Strike Out Cancer” game on May 2 and the associated fundraising through the entire month of May. This has been a great event for the past couple of years, but we were touched and overwhelmed by the gesture […]

Vermont Legislature adjourns, tax increases stay

Well, the Vermont Legislature adjourned last Saturday but not without leaving us with two significant tax increases. The 2015 General Fund Budget grew by 5.6 percent over a year ago which means state spending is increasing about twice as fast as revenues. The Education Fund grew 4.4 percent (to $1.5 billion) while the number of […]