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The Fickle Fate of Spring Doth Roar
March left us like a lazy lamb but April came in like a loony lion. Its first few days seemed more akin to the start of February.
4:41 pm, April 14, 2016
Liberty, Justice and Freedom to Choose When to Become a Parent
Writing this comes as a surprise. I could never have imagined that a decision I made at age 21 would be such fodder for scrutiny today.
4:37 pm, April 14, 2016
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Recycled Excuses No Reason to Reject Plastic Bag Ban
Every year on the Vineyard we dispose of millions of plastic shopping bags. Millions. Though they take a variety of paths, almost all eventually end...
3:53 pm, April 7, 2016
On the Tarmac During Brussels Bombing While Fears Take Off
Lisa (L.A.) Brown
On Tuesday, March 22, my husband and I landed at the Brussels airport. This voyage is in my DNA.
3:48 pm, April 7, 2016
Bottom Line, It's Time for a Regional Middle School
This town meeting season we are collectively being asked to appropriate $47 million to educate our 2,133 public school students.
3:25 pm, April 7, 2016
More Deer Equals More Lyme Disease
There appears to be considerable confusion about ticks, the role of their different host animals and what can be reasonably be done to reduce the...
2:41 pm, March 31, 2016
Is Paying the Price for Paradise Worth It?
Virginia Crowell Jones
In the last month I’ve traveled by car, ferry, train, taxi, bus and private car to and from Port Townsend, Wash. to visit family.
2:26 pm, March 31, 2016
To Have and To Hold, Until There's a Bee in Your Bonnet
To have and to hold, we say in a wedding ceremony because marriage involves holding as well as mere possession.
1:44 pm, March 28, 2016
4:05 pm, March 25, 2016
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