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So, how does Bill Moos go about asking Nebraska football fans to be patient as Scott Frost builds his program? The athletic director's answer is equal parts wise and pragmatic.
As part of our continued national economic prosperity, as well as the efforts of Vermont Republicans to grow the economy right here at home, we know that economic incentives through targeted tax relief are a solution that works. We only need to look at the hard work of Republican leaders and the results of the successful tax relief programs they’ve implemented to see this important progress.
ST. JOHNSBURY — The St. Johnsbury School will get a 5-year PROSPER Partnerships program grant through the University of Vermont Extension. It’s designed to help build skills to resist alcohol and other drugs.
Every time an immigration conflict appears on the horizon, expansionists press for one of two solutions: amnesty or broader guest worker programs. Most often the push for more comes from Beltway lobbyists, but often the pressure emanates from within th...
LYNDON CENTER — Lyndon Institute Head of School, Twiladawn Perry, announced recently that Lena Sauter, Class of 2019, has been named a Commended Student in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, will be presented by the Head of School to this scholastically talented student.
Hank Kaestner returns to the St Johnsbury Osher Lifelong Learning Institute program series this semester with a program entitled “The Jewels of Ecuador.”