Archive - Sep 20, 2012 - News Article
ST. JOHNSBURY, VT - The New York Times calls quintessential 60â€™s folk music icon Arlo Guthrie, â€śA superb folk singerâ€ť and â€śa polished raconteur.â€ť Anyone who has ever attended one of Arloâ€™s concerts can testify to the latter, when he interrupts a song to riff on whatever happens to float into his mind. His digressions are ironic and funny, even goofy. But they always carry Arloâ€™s trademark passion to illuminate the pressing issues that face our world.
NEWPORT, VT - An independent is making the rounds around Vermont and she is claiming that Vermont Public Radio is manipulating the outcome of the election.
Emily Peyton, who was in Newport last week, is running for governor, but not many people know it.
â€śThe major news will depend on poll numbers to cover a candidate, but without coverage, how can the public learn about a candidate to bring up the poll numbers, especially when the poll questions exclude the candidateâ€™s name?â€ť she asks.
DERBY LINE â€“ Secretary of State Jim Condos brought his rolling Got Transparency Tour to the Derby Elementary School Wednesday evening.
Deputy Sectary of State Brian Leven joined Condos in a presentation aimed at members of governing bodies, however some local politicians and other officials and citizens also attended.
The Got Transparency Tour is the result of discussions that took place in the legislature in 2011 and 2012 as well as the campaigns that took place prior to that.