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Lisa Rathke

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Vermont's largest city is considering making a downtown mural depicting famous people associated with Burlington and Vermont more inclusive after an activist defaced it and... [Read More]
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Vermont's largest city is considering making a downtown mural depicting famous people associated with Burlington and Vermont more inclusive after an activist defaced it and... [Read More]
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The Church Street Marketplace, the shopping and dining outdoor mall that privately raised $100,000 for the mural, says it's received a handful of complaints about... [Read More]
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Vermont's largest city is considering making a downtown mural depicting famous people associated with Burlington and Vermont more inclusive after an activist defaced it and... [Read More]
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Deaths jumped nearly 160 percent between 2010 and 2016, a new report shows. [Read More]
Deaths from opioid-related overdoses jumped nearly 160 percent in Vermont between 2010 and 2016 and continue to rise while more than half of the 266... [Read More]
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A council created by Republican Gov. Phil Scott to address the opioid addiction crisis has released a draft report of recommended strategies. The Vermont Opioid... [Read More]
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Shirley Squires started to collect the miniature creches 'to get through' after her husband and son died. [Read More]
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With the state Legislature expected to take up legalizing the recreational use of marijuana in the upcoming session, several doctors and other marijuana opponents on... [Read More]
"I've always been a religious person, and the birth of Jesus is really the meaning of Christmas." [Read More]
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Each December, Shirley Squires transforms her modest Vermont home into a veritable creche museum, with more than 1,400 miniature nativity scenes of Jesus, Mary and... [Read More]
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Each December, Shirley Squires transforms her modest Vermont home into a veritable creche museum, with more than 1,400 miniature nativity scenes of Jesus, Mary and... [Read More]
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Each December, a Vermont woman transforms her modest home into a veritable creche museum. More than 1,400 miniature nativity scenes of Jesus, Mary and Joseph... [Read More]
More than 350 school superintendents, teachers, school board members and legislators have attended Vermont Republican Gov. Phil Scott's daylong education summit. In opening remarks at... [Read More]
Vermont has an urgent need to increase the value of student education while reducing costs that continue to grow faster than residents can afford to... [Read More]
Vermont officials say more than 26,000 people have confirmed health insurance plans during the open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act. Sean Sheehan, spokesman... [Read More]
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Heavy snow blanketed most of Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire on Tuesday, forcing the closure of hundreds of schools and making roads slick as the... [Read More]
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A federal judge ordered Wake Robin resident Betty Miller, 70, to continue to be detained. She is suspected of giving ricin, a poison, to others. [Read More]
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The extensive mental health history of a woman accused of manufacturing ricin and testing the deadly toxin on fellow residents of a senior living facility... [Read More]
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A federal judge will consider whether a woman accused of manufacturing ricin and testing the deadly toxin on fellow residents of a senior living facility... [Read More]
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