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The newly merged Lamoille North Modified Unified Union School District approved a budget for its elementary schools just 10 days before the new fiscal year began July 1.

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Johnson State College owns and cares for the 1,000-acre Babcock Nature Preserve in Eden, but as it is used less and less as an outdoor classroom, one Johnson State instructor decided its wide range of plants and animals should be cataloged for future scientific study.

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Almost two dozen cats were rescued in Morrisville last week, where the 93-year-old homeowner was unable to keep up with their care.

Eric Hanson will discuss “The Balance Between Wildlife Conservation and Making a Life in a Rural State” on Wednesday, Aug. 2, at 7 p.m. at the Jeudevine Memorial Library, 93 N. Main St., Hardwick.

Washington and Lamoille counties have been added to the list of possibilities for federal aid after rain and floods washed out roads and damaged other public facilities June 29 to July 1.

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You may have noticed more military vehicles on local highways this spring and summer, but there’s no state of emergency or natural disaster to worry about.

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“Thank you for your interest in the criminal justice system,” said Paul Finnerty, the Lamoille County state’s attorney, as a group of animal activists left his office on Friday afternoon. “It’s unfortunate my murder case isn’t getting this much attention.”

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A man whom police tracked across the country was arrested last Wednesday in Illinois. Randal Gebo, 61, is wanted in connection with a Vermont woman whose body was found off a back road in Middlesex on July 12.

  • By Kevin O’Connor | VTDigger.org

Vermont arts producer Jay Craven was musing about Northeast Kingdom novelist Howard Frank Mosher’s “Disappearances” three decades ago when a thought popped into his head.

A team of UVM undergraduates recently partnered with Salvation Farms, a Morrisville nonprofit, to calculate some of the environmental costs of crop loss in Vermont.

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The jury in former state senator Norm McAllister’s sexual assault trial found him guilty on one count of misdemeanor prostitution Friday night after nearly four hours of deliberation.

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