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The school budget is expected to go down in Wolcott, but taxes are still expected to go up if voters approve the budget at town meeting.

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The Lamoille Region Chamber of Commerce has begun charging people to attend its monthly legislative breakfasts, a long-running series of Monday morning events where local lawmakers talk about their work in Montpelier.

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Looking for a new car? The 8.64 percent increase in Elmore’s proposed municipal budget this year could buy a 2018 Dodge Ram, or maybe even a Winnebago if that’s how you roll.

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More than 30 students from Harwood Union High School, Peoples Academy and Stowe High School leave tomorrow for a three-week stay in Rwanda.

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“Go jump in a lake” doesn’t sound so bad to people in Lamoille County hoping to make a difference to the community.

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The voices of animals — a haunting howl from a coyote in the darkness or the purr of a sleeping cat on the sofa — can be easily ignored.

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Monday night marks the second annual meeting of the Lamoille North Modified Unified Union School District covering Belvidere, Eden, Hyde Park, Waterville and Johnson.

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Vermont State Police say the man shot and killed by police Sunday afternoon on Interstate 89 in Bolton was pointing a gun to his own head and walking toward the officers, refusing their orders to put down the firearm.

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