NEWS

Colchester Town LogoCharter changes headed for November ballot

The Colchester Selectboard will hold off on the most contentious changesREAD MORE 

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Colchester resident attends national football camp

Colchester resident Ryan Casey has been spending all week on the...READ MORE

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St. Mike’s cuts staff, boosts enrollment

A funny thing happened on St. Michael’s College’s way to downsizing…READ MORE

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Bayside concerts series starts this week

The Summer Concert Series at Bayside Park kicks off its 2014 season…READ MORE

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Henna4_cas WEBQ&A with Rebecca Freedner

Every summer the Burnham Memorial Library hosts a variety of programs for…READ MORE

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Skateland-Climging Gym 4 WEBRock and roll

We don’t know when exactly the state-of-the-art climbing gym, roller rink and…READ MORE

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OPINION

Preparing for a challenge

The Colchester Parks and Recreation “Muck It Up Outdoor Challenge” is coming, Sept. 13, 8:30 a.m. This event is not for wimpy athletes— not with 7 miles of trail running, 6 miles of paddling…READ MORE

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Letters to The Editor

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School consolidation, charters and choice

Vermonters moan about their steadily rising education property taxes, especially as the number of students continually decreases. Rarely do citizens focus clearly on the…READ MORE

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Health insurance as employee compensation

Employer-sponsored health insurance is a misnomer. Money that an employer putatively “contributes” to a company health insurance plan is simply employee…READ MORE

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State hires D.C. firm to help defend GMO law

Attorney General Bill Sorrell said Monday that the state has retained a Washington, D.C., legal firm to help defend a lawsuit filed against Vermont’s new GMO labeling law.

The law firm of Robbins, Russell, Englert, Orseck, Untereiner & Sauber was awarded…READ MORE