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At age 12, a young Walt Zuber stood on the side of a road in New Jersey, awaiting the pickup truck that would take him to the blueberry fields.

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The owner of a Stowe auto-repair shop has been penalized for violating Vermont environmental regulations by storing hazardous waste improperly — and spilling it — and operating a de facto salvage yard without state permission.

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  • By Caleigh Cross | Stowe Reporter
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Summer jobs have long been regarded as both the blessing and the curse of being over age 15 in the summer: “I can’t, I have to work” can be uttered with the finality of a nail in a coffin when invited to go to the beach.

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Although Susan Moeck takes a wealth of institutional knowledge out the door when she retires from the town government today, she leaves her realm in reliable, enthusiastic hands.

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In many ways, running an inn is akin to racing a sailboat. A team of people bands together and, using strategy and resources, it moves forward to achieve a common goal, while facing off against a fleet of other sailors.

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  • By Caleigh Cross | Stowe Reporter
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Morrisville’s Clarina Howard Nichols Center, which combats sexual and domestic violence and abuse, will say goodbye to its longtime leader next month.

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Just two weeks after Vermont’s landmark GMO labeling law went into effect, it’s being eviscerated by federal legislation.

A community farewell party for Nathan Suter, outgoing executive director of Helen Day Art Center, will be held Saturday, July 23, at 7 p.m. at the Helen Day, 90 Pond St., Stowe.

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By this time next year, the state colleges in Johnson and Lyndon could be one institution with two different campuses, based on a recommendation by the system’s chancellor. Read more

When Democratic gubernatorial candidate Matt Dunne launched his campaign in Barre in October, he did so in characteristically earnest fashion. Read more

As a teenager growing up outside Philadelphia, Sue Minter woke up every morning around 5:30. A 30-minute drive later, white figure skates laced, she’d hit the ice and practice, carving figure eights, over and over, until it was time for school. Read more

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