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Farmers' Market Open Today, No Cancellation

UPDATE-- The Brattleboro Farmers' Market will be open today, June 8th. The water level is safe and some vendors will be ready for business. The public is welcome, 9am to 2pm.
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Farmers Market Cancelled Due to Flood Warnings

The Brattlboro Farmers Market is cancelled this Saturday, June 8th. We are taking precautions for our vendors' and customers' safety. Please spread the word, and thank you for your understanding.

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VY Push Poll?

On Wednesday, June 28, a caller identified himself as calling from "Vermont Opinion Services," asking me to answer some questions. It soon became apparent that this was what is known as a push poll - a poll paid for by one side of an issue. The questions in this poll all related to Vermont Yankee, energy in general, and nuclear power. 

Some of the questions were as follows: (not exact quotes, but taken from my notes of the call)

-Do you support keeping Vermont Yankee operating knowing it helps make Vermont energy independent?

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Strolling of the Heifers Explores River Garden Role

BRATTLEBORO, VT — Strolling of the Heifers, which operated under the non-profit umbrella of Building a Better Brattleboro when it presented its first parade and festival in 2002, is developing a proposal to assume responsibility for the Robert H. River Garden from BaBB.

While details of the proposal are still being worked out and a formal proposal has not yet been submitted, the Stroll’s priority for the River Garden will be to maintain the building as a community resource, according to Orly Munzing, founder and executive director of the organization.

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