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It’s an increasingly common scenario: a trucker tries to get an 18-wheeler over the tortuous apogee of Route 108 through Smuggler’s Notch.

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Friday was last call at FixPC, at least for those wanting to bring their tech systems in to be poked and prodded back to life by Mort Butler and Frank Springer.

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A maple tree is the main culprit in blocking drivers’ sight lines at the West Hill Road-Route 100 intersection near Shaw’s supermarket in Stowe, says a consultant hired by the town government.

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Every hour, on the hour, chimes from the Stowe Community Church bell reverberate inside Stowe Landing, the former Stowe Hardware building. And up until now, only one business has been there to hear it.

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Renovation of a historic building on Stowe’s Main Street is one of 21 projects to get downtown and village center tax credits from the state government.

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Last year at this time, it would have been unheard of for Stowe residents Graham and Mila Lonetto to go away, but this year, the couple has been taking hiking trips throughout the summer, and heading to Florida and New York to visit family.

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Work has begun to replace the historic Stone Hut near the top of Mount Mansfield, adding a few modern-era touches. But purists need not worry; they’ll be all but invisible.

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If you enjoyed the Big Bad Voodoo Daddy concert up at Trapp Concert Meadow this year, or if you took in the California Honeydrops, or if you’ve never been to the Trapp Meadow but needed help at Stowe Area Association a few years ago, you’ve probably benefited from the generosity and wisdom o…

Young people struggling with addiction will soon have even more help to get them through it, Gov. Peter Shumlin announced at a press conference at Stowe Mountain Lodge last Thursday. Read more

During what he called “this sweet first green of spring,” Vermont poet and playwright David Budbill spoke of falling into a different season. Read more

Drugs were the big topic when the two major party contenders to become Vermont’s attorney general went head-to-head last Thursday at Johnson State College, in a debate moderated by state Sen. Bill Doyle. Read more

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Stowe Guide & Magazine

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After this year’s grueling Spartan Beast — a 15-mile obstacle race in which more than 4,000 people canvassed the peaks of Killington resort like ants on roadkill — racers were treated to a nice cold glass of … Coors Light?

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