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Open house reveals aging equipment and innovations in firefighting

Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief Bright and early Saturday morning Rebekah Lucia, 9, and Nevaeh Dykema, 10, grabbed hand towels at the Charlotte Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service Station...
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Meet the candidates and remember to vote on Town Meeting Day!

Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor Candidates for Town Offices The Charlotte News asked candidates running for office on Town Meeting Day to submit statements about themselves and why they feel...
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Re-elect Fritz Tegatz I am writing to support Fritz Tegatz’s re-election to the Selectboard. Fritz brings valuable experience to the board. As an engineer he is very knowledgeable about construction,...
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Food Shelf News: Feb. 22

Kerrie Pughe | Contributor Thank you! A belated yet big thank you to the Flying Pig Bookstore for the donation of beautiful, age- appropriate books to each child on our...
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Flying Pig celebration of Vermonter Jason Chin’s new book

Staff report Author and artist Jason Chin will read from his new book, Grand Canyon, and sign copies at 11 a.m. at the Flying Pig Bookstore on Feb. 25. Chin,...
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The Circus of Life with Carnevale

Staff report Carnevale Vergennes started in 2014 as a way to raise operational funds for the Vergennes Opera House and the Vergennes Partnership (the economic development organization for the Little...
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Fixer-upper tips and tricks

Heather Morse and Karen Sherman | Contributors As a realtor, I encounter more and more buyers wanting to flip or renovate houses, and I’d like to thank Home and Garden...
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Pride and engagement in town affairs

By Emilie Krasnow Every year on Town Meeting Day, I am filled with memories from my childhood. Charlotte Central School was closed, but we woke up early in my house...
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Making history at the Women’s March

By Beth Phillips We carried our sign, “Vermont Women on the Right Side of History.” The Fox News reporter spotted us leaving the Capitol Mall, walking towards Central Station metro,...
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A discussion on legislative oversight

Rep. Mike Yantachka Our three branches of government, Executive, Legislative and Judicial, form an effective system of checks and balances. The executive branch administers and enforces laws passed by the...
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In remembrance of Elijah Alexander House

By Andrea Haulenbeek I would like to thank Lydia Horsford Radimer (a high school friend and distant cousin) for giving me The Charlotte News’ wonderful story of the Elijah Alexander...
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Edd’s Sports Report: Feb. 22

Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor CVU men join CVU women at the top of the state Basketball is the name of the game in the CVU gym this winter. The...
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