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    February 21, 2017

    Chaffee’s Challenge: Moving on, from o...

    By Janelle Faignant Correspondent “‘Where are they now?’ Is that the theme? I’m still alive,” Rick Chaffee says with a laugh. Rick is the Ch...
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    February 15, 2017

    Home again: Journalist and author Yvonne...

    By Janelle Faignant Correspondent It’s fitting for journalist, professor and author Yvonne Daley to kick off a “Where Are They Now” series, beca...
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    February 8, 2017

    “Newly” weds will pack the Paramount...

    By Catherine Twing Correspondent Whether they’ve been married over 60 years or only a few months, eight local couples will all be “newlyweds” on...
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    February 1, 2017

    Rutland student joins in DC rally

    By Patrick McArdle Correspondent She may have been in Washington, D.C., as one resident of a small state, but Rutland High School senior Molly Engels ...
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    January 25, 2017

    A magical ride through USA and life

    By Tom Haley Correspondent Imagine the scene: You’re pedaling your bicycle on a Texas highway and a car passes with the lyrics of “Against The Win...
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RRMC doc co-authors landmark cancer study

By Patrick McArdle Correspondent A doctor working at Rutland Regional Medical Center’s Foley Cancer Center is one of the authors of a study released this month that examined ways to…

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Matters of the Heart: Part 2: Common cardiac conditions in cats and dogs

Dr. Anna Dunton-Gallagher OFF THE LEASH Valentine’s Day may be over now, but that just means all the candy is on super sale. While we stock up on truffles and…

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Library launches “I Love Our Library” campaign

By Gordon Dritschilo Correspondent The Rutland Free Library wants to feel some love in 2017. The library launched an awareness campaign this week called “I Love Our Library.” About 35…

You are what you eat: ‘Santa Clarita Diet’ is a charming, dark comedy

By Jim Sabataso Correspondent I’ll be honest, at this point I’m pretty much over the zombie genre. “The Walking Dead,” with all its crushing nihilism and gratuitous violence has sucked…

READER BULLETINS: February 23 – March 1, 2017

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comBROC-CCOMMUNITY ACTION OFFERS FREE TAX PREPARATIONBROC-Community Action in Southwestern Vermont is an Internal Revenue Service-recognized Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site….

Groups hire firm to market the “Killington Valley”

A Guilford-based firm has been hired to market the Rutland area. The Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce announced Thursday that Mondo Mediaworks had been chosen from about two dozen bidders…

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The Lowe Down: What will Trump do to the arts?

By Jim Lowe The Lowe Down While the country is reeling — some celebrating — over the havoc wreaked by the first weeks of the presidency of Donald J. Trump…

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Birthday Desserts: Tiramisu isn’t as challenging as you think

By Steve Peters Rutland Bites Happy birthday, to me. It’s my birthday this week, and in celebration, I made myself my favorite dessert: tiramisu. Tiramisu is made with a light…

Plus 5: Tango, Talk, and Tunes

TWO TO TANGO?“Marry Me A Little”Feb. 237:30 p.m.Brick Box,30 Center St.RutlandVermont Actors’ Repertory Theatre presents Stephen Sondheim’s musical revue. Two urban singles share a Saturday night of sweet fantasies and…

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Diamond girl: An act of kindness touches Rutland couple

By Gordon Dritschilo STAFF WRITER After six years of marriage, Anne Gianni-Euber’s husband finally gave her a ring last week. It was a complete surprise to both of them. “I…