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Highlights from this week's Vermont Guardian

(a special goodbye issue featuring blasts from the past)

(Sept. 24 - May 18, 2007)

The following stories are some of the best of what the Guardian published.

Best of: Achin’to be Aiken

Best of: City of the banned? Protest prohibition in Burlington

Best of: Collateral Risk: DU research gap could impact Vermont troops

Best of: Executing justice: A murder trial reignites death penalty debate

Best of: Tilting at turbines: Why The Burlington Free Press loathes wind

Best of: Just who is milking Vermont? A look at dairy brands

Best of: State’s nuclear response plan flawed

Best of: Vermont labeled “rogue state” by Bush administration

New this week! Highlights from May 17-24, 2007

Editorial: Thanks, and good night

Letters: Readers bid adieu to the Guardian

Commentary: Guardian ignores facts about nuclear dangers

Youth Voices: Putting the youth back in voting

Culture: Rani Arbo: Method in the Mayhem

Music: A new musical vista: The music of David Wilcox

Extras for members!

National: Pentagon moved to fix Iraqi media before invasion

Global: Chavez nationalization drive takes broad aim

Amy Goodman: Give ‘em hell, Mr. Terkel

Ecology: Where does drinking water come from?

Poetry: American life in poetry

The cover image displayed above is what readers saw when they first picked up the Guardian on September 24, 2004.

Posted May 17, 2007

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News | Welch delivers Vermont impeachment message to House floor

WASHINGTON — Vermont’s lone congressman took to the floor of the U.S. House today to update his fellow lawmakers on the growing sentiment in his home state to impeach Pres. George W. Bush and Vice Pres. Dick Cheney.

Full Article: Welch delivers Vermont impeachment message to House floor

Posted May 15, 2007

News | Vermont Guardian to cease publication

WINOOSKI — The Vermont Guardian, which earlier this year became the state’s only exclusively online newspaper, will cease publication this month.

Full Article: Vermont Guardian to cease publication

Related Article: Chelsea Green Publishing hires new editor, plans online content expansion

Posted May 15, 2007

News | Clear Channel finds buyer for Vermont stations

COLCHESTER — A Florida-based company has agreed to purchase several Vermont radio stations licensed to Clear Channel Communications as part of a multiple-station deal that includes stations in 36 markets.

Full Article: Clear Channel finds buyer for Vermont stations

Posted May 8, 2007

Podcast | Pilot aims high with Vermont film project

A Barnard helicopter pilot whose former missions include “aerial burials” — the spreading of the ashes of deceased persons from the air — has embarked on a new and very different project.

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Full Article (members only): Pilot aims high with Vermont film project

Posted May 4, 2007

Podcast | Police take new look at old murder case

Twenty-one years ago, Lynda Moore was enjoying the beautiful spring weather outside her Westminister home. When the 36-year-old mother went inside, a stranger followed her and a vicious struggle ensued. Moore was killed, suffering from multiple stab wounds.

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Full Article (members only): Police take new look at old murder case

Posted April 30, 2007

Essay | The failure of environmental organizations

As you celebrate Earth Day this year, consider a very inconvenient truth: The organized environmental movement has been almost totally ineffective at protecting the environment since the mid 1980s, both nationally and here in Vermont.

Full Article: The failure of environmental organizations

Posted April 20, 2007