After a year of study, the Stowe Local Schools Initiative — a group of parents, teachers and residents — says converting Stowe’s middle and high schools to an approved, designated independent school for grades 6-12 is both a “viable and desirable option for Stowe” to consider.
Robert McEleney, recently retired president and CEO of Stowe Mountain Resort, was going through his desk drawers this week when he stumbled upon a Stowe Reporter story written by Biddle Duke in 2007.
In the last year, Stowe School District has realigned its math program with the Common Core, increasing the emphasis on application and real-world problem-solving.
Actions taken by the Stowe School Board at a special meeting Nov. 30, which ran concurrently with a meeting of the Lamoille South Supervisory Union Board and the Elmore-Morristown Unified Union Board, have since been voided, and the board will reconsider those decisions again at its next mee…
There was a 15,000-person gasp as the final racer dropped into the glazed and rutted Superstar pitch in the second run of Sunday’s slalom at the Audi FIS Women’s World Cup at Killington Mountain Resort.
The amount of notice given to the public for a special Stowe School Board meeting — held Wednesday night — was the “last straw” for board member Richard Bland.
When word got out that Killington had landed a Women’s World Cup race for November 2016, it is no secret that many in the Stowe race community were disappointed that this event had not come to Stowe.
People don’t hibernate, but the first frosts and flakes can make you want to crawl back into your blankets like a burrito and not get up until April, especially when it’s dark already by the time you’re heading home from work.
Small Business Saturday brought holiday shoppers into local stores in droves. As folks signed credit card slips and handed over cash to shopkeepers, it’s hard to believe anyone would take advantage of small local businesses by writing checks they know aren’t good — but, as several Stowe reta…