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Rep. Dan Noyes, D-Wolcott, was feeling good about the 2017 legislative session as he headed back into the House chambers last Thursday afternoon.

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Bucket brigade — usually a line of people hurriedly passing buckets of water to dump on a fire.

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The Poland Covered Bridge at Cambridge Junction closes for the winter, and normally opens once the snow melts.

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Every month during the legislative session, the Lamoille Region Chamber of Commerce hosts a legislative breakfast, where constituents can hear from their local representatives and senator, ask questions and get informed.

The Town of Johnson will dedicate the Beard Recreation Park in memory of Hubert and Florence Beard on Memorial Day, Monday, May 29, following the noon parade, on School Street by the Powerhouse Bridge. The Beard family is adding picnic tables and a fire pit. Alan, Bruce and Carole will atten…

The Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation is awarding $547,571 in grant money to help fund 14 trail projects across the state, including four local projects.

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Next week, Stowe police Sgt. Bruce Merriam will help coordinate the 33rd annual Law Enforcement Torch Run leading up to the Special Olympics Vermont Summer Games.

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Vt. Gov. Phil Scott announced Wednesday that he would veto the bill that would legalize marijuana, but says that the legislature could still get it approved during the special veto session June 21, if they make some changes.

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Vermont’s two U.S. senators have introduced legislation that would incorporate Vermont ideas on a national level to spur the creation of more employee-owned businesses.

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The man who has been sitting in prison for seven months, awaiting trial on charges he killed five Mad River Valley teenagers in a wrong-way crash on Interstate 89, will be allowed to have phone contact with his young daughter.

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For those with disabilities, the tech cavalry has arrived: pens that hear as well as they write, colorful computer keyboards with big yellow and black letters, and a program that does all the work while you dictate to it what you want to say.

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I was struck by how my ride home from the Capitol Friday at 1 a.m. was a lot like the last t…

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Monday, May 29 is Memorial Day, a national holiday to commemorate those who died in all U.S.…

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The 124th annual Peoples Academy Alumni Banquet will be held on Saturday, June 3 at the Peop…

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When the Vermont Air National Guard was deployed a few months ago, Airman Justin Gillen requ…

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  • Beware that broccoli — it could be lethal.

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Things are still tight at the top of the standings after four weeks of play in the Hardwick …

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Peoples Academy first baseman Tucker Garrett stretches for the out while a Hazen Union baser…

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