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Vermont HS volleyball team banned from own locker room over transgender dispute: reports

Most members of a high school volleyball team in Vermont have been barred from their own locker room after a dust up with a transgender athlete, according to reports. Blake Allen, who plays for the Randolph Union High School girls volleyball team, told WCAX how uncomfortable it makes her feel. “It’s a huge thing … everyone’s asking, ‘Why aren’t you allowed in the locker room?’ ” she said. The problem began after a dispute with a transgender athlete who hasn’t been publicly identified, WCAX reported. The athlete allegedly made an “inappropriate remark” to other players, who then complained. WCAX reported. Whatever was said has not come...
BURLINGTON, VT
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What to do: Sunday, October 2

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) - Let’s take a look at what to do this Sunday, October 2. The Champlain Valley Expo is hosting the Wag-It-Forward Festival for Pets today. From 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in Essex Junction, you can find activities for you and your dog including dock jumping, agility practice, a costume contest, and more. Leashed pets are welcome, and you can fill out a waiver beforehand to save time. It’s $5 for adults, and free for children under 12.
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Vermonters Celebrate the First Day of Legal Cannabis Sales

Caesar Wright strode out of FLORA Cannabis on Saturday morning and lifted his arms like a victorious boxer before a cheering crowd. After driving for 90 minutes from Morrisville, then waiting two hours more, Wright made the inaugural purchase of legal weed at the Middlebury retailer, one of three stores to open on the first day of Vermont’s adult-use cannabis market. He dropped $105 on containers filled with "Diesel Dosi" and "Ice Cream Cake" after sniffing samples of the strains on a sleek display counter.
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Don’t believe everything you read

Beware what you read. Voters in Vermont are being inundated by false information about the abortion amendment known as Article 22 or Proposal 5. Here is what you need to know:. Article 22 has been in the works for four years now by Democrats in the Vermont House and Senate.
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Medicare Advantage is not the way to go

In reading about Medicare Advantage I must agree that it is not the way to go! I worked for the state of Vermont for many years working with people with disabilities but I would never want anything less than the best. Never Medicare Advantage! Please fight for what is best for all!
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Candidates submit campaign finance reports for Oct. 1

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) - Candidates running for Vermont offices have submitted their Campaign Finance Reports, with the most recent deadline set for October 1. In the race for governor, incumbent Republican Phil Scott has raised $155,724 so far, including $35,311 in the last month. His campaign reports spending $90,560 so far.
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Firetruck on the marketplace raising awareness for Outright VT

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) - Hundreds of people gathered Saturday on Church Street to support LGBTQ youth groups. This is “Outright Vermont”....and it’s their 19-year doing this annual truck pull. Several different teams pull a fire truck to raise money for “outrights” efforts to support LGBTQ youth....
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Vermont is joining 14 other states with legal adult-use cannabis sales

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Dartmouth Downs Army West Point in Championship Rematch

HANOVER, N.H. — A sunny Saturday afternoon at Brophy Field was a picturesque setting for a pivotal NIRA tilt, and an even better stage for Dartmouth women's rugby's 12th consecutive win as the Big Green powered through Army West Point before a large crowd. It was the first time...
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Women's Economic Opportunity Conference held in Randolph Saturday

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Clara Martin Center awarded $4 Million SAMHSA Grant to continue Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic expansion

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has awarded the Clara Martin Center a four-year, $4 million grant to continue their development as a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC). Clara Martin Center is the first community mental health agency in Vermont to have been designated a CCBHC after receiving an initial two-year CCBHC Expansion grant from SAMHSA in 2021.
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