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Top Stories for Tuesday March 21, 2006

Danyow Farm Consistently Achieves High Quality Milk Production
By Mike Cameron
    The family farm that once was a 40-cow operation back in the 1950’s evolved into a 60 to 75-cow business in the 1960’s and 70’s.  Many dozens of these small farms that dotted the Green Mountain State have now disappeared.  
    The farms that remain are larger and much more sophisticated than those in the past. New and ever changing technology can be the difference between success and becoming part of Vermont folklore.  [ more ]

David Martin’s Electronic Wizardry On Display At Brandon Artists Guild
By Ed Barna
    Anyone who thinks they’ve seen everything in the art world should go to downtown Brandon, where David Martin will have an exhibition titled “UnEarth” up through April 28.
    The word “sculptures” is accurate but misleading in this case of recycling on hyperdrive. Bygone technology--computer circuit boards, vinyl records, all sorts of electronic components--are reborn as lamps, clocks, and objects that defy categorization.  [ more ]

The Voice Salutes Porter Volunteers

Barbara Bushey and Grace Barberis volunteer on Wednesday afternoons in the Admission's area.  They help direct customers when they arrive for appointments or for any other reason.  They also assist with patient transport and other tasks when asked.  All of our Admission volunteers provide a very vital service for Porter.  [ more ]

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