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'The Trading Post' Radio Show Keeps Goods Moving

At 7:55 a.m. on a recent Saturday , the switch board in the control room of WDEV radio in Waterbury, Vt., is lit up like a Christmas tree. "Good Morning, WDEV, Please hold," said Dex Rowe, an…

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Browns' Back Taxes Paining Plainfield

Plainfield -- The $200,000 owed to the town in back taxes from notorious imprisoned tax protesters Ed and Elaine Brown is a thorn in Plainfield's side, to say the least. Town Administrator Steve Halleran…

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RVCC Set to Receive Grants for Lebanon Site

Lebanon -- A little more than a week after announcing plans to open a Lebanon location, River Valley Community College has more cause for celebration. The college expects to receive $650,000 in grants…

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Dartmouth Professor Arrested

Claremont -- A Dartmouth College professor who was arrested at his Plainfield home Thursday morning is accused of possessing videos depicting the sexual abuse of children. J. Martin Favor, 49, was…

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Best of the Bunch

Travis Sharkey, of Canaan, works to remove the more unsightly apples in preparation for the opening of the pick-your-own season at Whitman Brook Orchard in Quechee. Sharkey is a seasonal worker and said…

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Judge: Release Footage

Concord -- A judge has ordered a limited release of body camera footage recorded by two police officers when they shot a Canterbury, N.H., man to death in July, saying the public has a right to vet the…

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Column: Falling for Bogus Psychological Research

Almost three years ago, Nobel Prize-winning psychologist Daniel Kahneman penned an open letter to researchers working on "social priming," the study of how thoughts and environmental cues can change later,…

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Column: Clinton Will Get the Nomination, Unless ...

Washington Unless she's indicted, Hillary Clinton will win the Democratic nomination. That kind of sentence is rarely written about a major presidential candidate. But I don't see a realistic third…

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Editorial: You Have No Mail

A stirring statement of workaday heroism, "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds," was never the official motto of the…

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Forum: Quechee Lakes' Contributions; Something Broken in Woodstock; Help Wanted at Post Office

Quechee Lakes' Contributions To the Editor: As a trained journalist for over 50 years, I have learned to fully read and understand the written word. How Honey Donegan can jump to her conclusions of…

Sep 4
Freshman QB Leads Stevens

Claremont -- Despite how well a freshman quarterback performs in the preseason, there is always some doubt of what will happen when the players across the line are not his friends. Stevens' Henri Bourque…

Sep 4
Sox' Kelly Wins Again

Boston -- Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a solo homer and David Ortiz an RBI double in Boston's four-run seventh inning as Joe Kelly won his seventh straight start and the Red Sox beat the Philadelphia Phillies…

Sep 4
Yankees, A-Rod Blast Past Rays

New York -- Sizzling rookie Luis Severino won his third straight start and Alex Rodriguez hit his 681st career home run, sending the New York Yankees over the Tampa Bay Rays 5-2 on Friday night for their…

Sep 4
Hartford Football Grounds Past Colchester

White River Junction -- Hartford football was alive in the postgame huddle Friday night, teeming with a sense of pride, excitement and accomplishment. Whether it was for the game the Hurricanes just played…

Sep 4
Judge's NFL bashing skips judgment of Brady in 'Deflategate'

NEW YORK (AP) - A judge's ruling freeing New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady to play football erased his four-game suspension but failed to address the root question of the "Deflategate" scandal: What did Brady know about a plot to deflate balls before January's AFC championship game?

Sep 4
Farm pollution settlement seen as blueprint for lake cleanup

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - The Vermont Agency of Agriculture and an environmental group announced Friday their blueprint for reducing farm pollution flowing into Lake Champlain, a plan they put in the form of a signed agreement to settle the group's lawsuit.

Sep 4
New Hampshire police clock bikers going 108 mph on I-93

HOOKSETT, N.H. (AP) - Two New Hampshire motorcyclists are charged with reckless operation after a being clocked going 108 mph on Interstate 93 in Hooksett.

Sep 4
Vermont state revenues short of targets for August

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Vermont's top state budget officer says state general revenues fell short of their target by nearly 4 percent in August.

Sep 4
New Hampshire high court rejects school bullying suit

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The state's highest court says a Manchester family can't sue the school district over a bullying incident.

Sep 4
Farm pollution settlement seen as lake cleanup blueprint

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - An environmental group and the state Agency of Agriculture have signed onto an agreement that the green group says could be used as a blueprint for reducing farm pollution into Lake Champlain.