Michael Long: Trump decried American carnage and then delivered it

Editor’s note: This commentary is by Michael Long, a retired English teacher who has lived in Burlington since 1975.  It was jarring when “American carnage” was prominently featured in the 2017 inaugural address. Like so many of Donald Trump’s pronouncements, it didn’t quite make sense. Surely the nation did have problems to address, but he…

Peter Berger: With a high hand

Editor’s note: This commentary is by Peter Berger, who has taught English and history for 30 years and writes “Poor Elijah’s Almanack.” The column appears in several publications including the Times Argus, the Rutland Herald and the Stowe Reporter. What did we expect? When he ran for president, Donald Trump said things people weren’t supposed…

Fred Kenney: Regional development corps help employers adapt to Covid landscape

Editor’s note: This commentary is by Fred Kenney, who is the executive director of the Addison County Economic Development Corp. and president of the Regional Development Corporations of Vermont. When Covid-19 hit, businesses and organizations across Vermont were scrambling to adapt to a new virtual and contactless world. In response to the changing economy, the…

Why some outpatient medical providers might have felt lost in the COVID-19 vaccine rollout

One outpatient physician living in Vermont and working in New York struggled to figure out how to get her COVID vaccination. Here’s why.         Top Featured Tags: – Vermont NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Did an armed marchers show up in Vermont on Jan. 17? No, but protesters with pancakes did.

The only people visibly armed Sunday at the Statehouse in Montpelier were law enforcement, in what was ultimately a non-event at Vermont’s capital.         Top Featured Tags: – Vermont NewsPress Release Distribution Service

PHOTOS: Protest threat brings heavy police presence at Vermont Statehouse on Jan. 17

Threat of armed protest doesn’t materialize in the face of heavy police presence at the Vermont Statehouse on Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021         Top Featured Tags: – Vermont NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Security tight at Statehouse, but no pro-Trump armed protest materialized

Reporters and camera crews stand by in case a pro-Trump protest materialized Sunday outside the Statehouse in Montpelier, but it didn’t. A handful of anti-Trump people did stage a counterprotest at City Hall. Photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger The armed protesters didn’t show Sunday at the statehouse in Montpelier, though officers dressed in tactical gear and…

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