*+-The Habitat Stamp is a voluntary donation of $10 or more that goes towards acquiring and improving habitat on state-owned Wildlife Management Areas.
*+-Hunger Free Vermont says that one in five Vermont children go to bed at night not knowing where their next meal will be coming from. How is this possible in Vermont with food so plentiful?
*+-I resent Mr. Loucks’ statement that there is no logical reason to build AnC Bio or any other high-tech industry in Newport.
*+-May is Melanoma and Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month — a good time to take note that skin cancer is on the rise, but that we can protect ourselves and those we love.
*+-Most of them apparently feel that in 2016 American voters will want their president to get really tough with ISIS.
*+-VTel is determined to build an unnecessary 140 foot tall communications tower in spite of near universal opposition.
*+-Sanders doesn’t have to follow the same old primary path of past Democratic candidates, especially in the run up to the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary.
*+-That appears as a new frontier in spin, possibly coupled with a bit of amnesia. Let’s review the report card.
*+-The fact that the money for this project is being spent as fast as it came in should be a flashing warning light to everyone.
*+-Apparently within the last week, a man at Lee Adjustment Center in Kentucky died — and yet we can’t find out the details.
*+-VTel has been planting many of its towers in places where people already have good broadband options while it adds to the electromagnetic radiation already present from other major wireless carriers.
*+-School discipline policies, both nationwide and here in Vermont, are hurting our students, our teachers, our safety and our wallets.
*+-The cost of home heating is a challenge for too many Vermonters. Our aim is to offer more households a practical, affordable choice.