Editorials

On Monday, May 14, Connor Woolley of the Harwood boys’ lacrosse team reached an impressive milestone – 200 goals. However, if you pay attention to what Woolley does outside of his unique scoring ...

Nobody ever claimed that zoning ordinances and land use regulations are sexy. But there’s no denying that land use regulations are the single most effective tool that communities have in asserting ...

(Editor’s note: This editorial about the role of newspapers in covering government boards in a democracy was written by Steven M. Pappas, editor of The Times Argus and Rutland Herald. Excerpts are ...

Hats off to the Harwood Union Middle and High School students who took to the stage in the school’s auditorium last weekend for the school’s inaugural TedX talk. Props also go to their faculty ...

Vermont Governor Phil Scott has made no secret of the fact that he will veto pending legislation this year. In a recent letter to legislators he indicated that he will veto any legislative increase ...

It’s not bad dog behavior that is leading to the loss of places to take your dog in The Valley, it’s ill-behaved humans that are the cause. Dogs are currently disinvited from exercising on the ...

Last week The Valley Reporter wrote an article titled “Encouraging Dialogue,” detailing a community engagement committee meeting of the Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) on March 26. ...
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