On his black silk Tibetan smock, Tenzin Chophel of Middlebury wears a contemporary button an…
Small wonder that when you ask Andrew Kneale what his favorite food is, his immediate respon…
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Efficiency Vermont offers free tool kit
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Nordic Relay for Life returns to Trapps
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Groups from outside town hall ought to get together at the table to help shape Stowe’s future, suggest town officials charged with doing just that.
Teams duke it out for charity in ‘Iron Chef’-style cooking battle
Total reported incidents, including traffic stops: 93
Small wonder that when you ask Andrew Kneale what his favorite food is, his immediate response is “comfort food.” After all, his family has been feeding Stowe and making guests feel comfortable for over 40 years, starting with the Partridge Inn in 1973 and continuing with Harrison’s Restaurant today.
Earth Day blues
Once they were one a penny, or two a penny, but that was two centuries ago. Given the passage of time, the price, now one for two dollars, is both dear and quite reasonable. And so, every spring, a week or two before Easter, we go looking for hot cross buns.
Site will have retail shop and brewery
Sunrise service marks sunset of ski season
Crews making good progress at state complex
To the Editor:
On his black silk Tibetan smock, Tenzin Chophel of Middlebury wears a contemporary button and a patch. “Free Tibet,” urges the patch. The button, more firmly declares: “Tibet Will be Free.” The smock, made in a traditional Tibetan style, declares nothing, yet expresses Chophel’s love for the culture of his homeland.
Thorn Merrill, who is from Morrisville, is a senior at Holderness School in New Hampshire, where he skis for the school’s freestyle team and participates in USA Snowboard and Freeski Association (USASA) events.
It is 6:45 a.m. Wednesday, and your scribe is up at his version of the crack of dawn. He glances out the window and what does he see? There is fresh snow in the driveway. Perhaps another powder day on the mountain awaits the local diehards.
Each week, Young Writers Project receives several hundred submissions from students in Vermont and New Hampshire in response to writing prompts, and the best are selected for publication here and in 21 other newspapers and on vpr.net. Read more writing at youngwritersproject.org.
Derby BASH 2014 will take place on Saturday, May 3, from 5 to 10:30 p.m. at the Country Club of Vermont in Waterbury. The theme of BASH 2013 was “All You Need Is Love” to highlight the main ingredient in the BJAMS’ experience. Derby BASH 2014 — BJAMS Spirit Running Strong — is named after the Kentucky Derby, held on the same day as the school’s fundraiser, and will focus on the school’s resilient and caring spirit. The event includes a cocktail hour and appetizers, a live DJ, silent and live auctions, a Derby hat contest, and a raffle for the chance to win a year of tuition or $5,000.
April 14, 1967
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