YWP: ‘You-words’

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “You-words” by Janet McIntosh Barkdoll, 16, of Shoreham.

SCOV Law Blog: In the eye of the beholder

A lower court grants summary judgement to a solar company in a suit brought by landowners over the installation of solar arrays near their homes. The landowners appeal, arguing the solar arrays took away from the local rural aesthetic, thus lowering their property values.

Howard Dean urges millennials to bring skills, voices into political arena

Dean says mainstream media gave Trump the nearly exclusive platform he needed to reach millions of voters because he consistently drove ratings higher.

YWP: ‘The Making of Konrad’

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “The Making of Konrad” by Nicole Tucker, 16, of Lyndon.

SCOV Law Blog: A ‘business day’ in jail

If a report is filed and an inmate is put in segregation, there has to be an investigation done and completed within three business days. There has to be a hearing done within four business days.

Police to Sanders, Trump and Clinton: Pay your bills already

Bernie Sanders’ campaign in December reported that it owed 23 local governments and law enforcement agencies a combined $449,409 for “event security.”

YWP: ‘Mi Nombre’

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Mi Nombre” by Briggs Heffernan, a student at Oxbow High School.

SCOV Law Blog: In the name of the court

The Vermont Supreme Court unanimously decided that under our state constitution, the now-former governor could not make an appointment to replace soon-to-be-former Associate Justice Dooley when the latter leaves his position on March 31 of this year.

Text of Gov. Phil Scott’s Inaugural Address

“As Governor, I will do everything I can, to protect all citizens, and safeguard the human rights of all people. “

Shooting in Georgia leaves one dead, another hospitalized

Police found the two men lying on the Georgia Mountain Road in Georgia.

YWP: ‘I Believe’

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “I Believe” by Charlotte Lau of Colchester.

SCOV Law Blog: Amending a child custody decision

When the mother who had shared physical custody of an autistic child, decided to move 60 miles away, the father sued for custody.

Man arraigned in sex slavery case that began in Rutland

The New York man denied charges in Massachusetts that he drugged a woman and “pimped her out.”

YWP: ‘Drugged’

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Drugged” by Hannah Freedner of Vergennes.