Speeding through Shelburne village is still a problem

To the Editor: Shelburne village is a special and unique place. A residential neighborhood with nearby shops, restaurants and businesses. And, where else in Vermont can you drive through a historic village at 50 mph? It’s a shame that walking in the village feels like walking the interstate because in addition to high speed traffic… Read More »

Limiting portable grants hurts options for low-income students — Julia Tabor

Three thousand eight hundred low-income college-bound Vermonters take part in a grant program administered by the Vermont Student’s Assistance Corporation, drawing from the Vermont Education Fund. These grants currently help subsidize the post-secondary educations of many low-income Vermonters seeking their first bachelor’s degree. To be considered, students must demonstrate financial need. These grants are “portable”… Read More »

Non-hunters need a voice in Vermont wildlife policy — Alana Stevenson Charlotte

The population of moose has drastically declined in Vermont due to winter ticks, brainworm, lungworm, loss of habitat and hunting. Yet the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department and Board still support a 2018 moose hunt. For too long the Department and Board (solely made up of hunters and trappers with vested self-interests) have catered to… Read More »

CVU students march in D.C.

CVU students march in D.C.

For more coverage of the student march click here By Peter Trombley After weeks of planning and fundraising, 43 members of the CVU community – 38 students and five chaperones – boarded a bus to Washington, D.C. last Friday night. Our mission was to send a message to Congress and the president that we would… Read More »