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Journalism in defiance of press release

Round of applause for the Burlington Free Press’ April Burbank, who filed an appropriately skeptical report on Scott Milne’s umpty-billionth attack on Sen. Pat Leahy’s integrity. 349 more words

2016 Election

The null-set campaign

If you’ve got 30 seconds to spare, why not skip on over to the Scott Milne For Senate campaign website? I’ll wait here.

… You back? 498 more words

2016 Election

WILKES UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES NCAA HOCKEY TEAMS FOR 2017-18

August 29, 2016

Wilkes University president Patrick Leahy stepped behind the podium and wasted no time channeling the legendary Bob Johnson by saying the iconic phrase, “It’s a great day for hockey.” 750 more words

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Scott Milne be Scott Milne

2014 The gubernatorial campaign of Scott Milne had one distinguishing feature: Scott Milne did what Scott Milne wanted to do and said what he wanted to say. 678 more words

2016 Election

Paul Bruhn: Preserving Vermont and Fighting Sprawl

Paul Bruhn went from becoming a UVM dropout, to managing Sen. Patrick Leahy’s first campaign, to the job he holds now as the executive director of Preservation Trust of Vermont, an organization known nationwide. 186 more words

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Republican hopes to unseat Senate's longest-serving member

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) – Republican Scott Milne has made it official: He’s looking to unseat the U.S. Senate’s longest-serving member, Vermont Democrat Patrick Leahy.

The 57-year-old Pomfret businessman was a political newcomer in 2014 when he ran a surprisingly strong but ultimately unsuccessful race against incumbent Democratic Gov. 95 more words

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All on a summer’s night

The state of bats in Vermont and what you can do to help

By Mary Van Vleck | Contributor

One of the greatest pleasures of Vermont’s all-too-short summer is relaxing outside on a balmy evening when the day’s chores are done: tending the gardens, watching the birds, greeting the neighborhood kids and marveling at the evening sky. 880 more words

Conservation Currents