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Schools worried about drug law

“My concern is the idea that little kids, not even necessarily kids in our schools, are going to be negatively impacted by this type of proliferation of marijuana,” said Jim Brochhausen, a Stowe School Board member, at a meeting last week.

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Thursday 02/11/2016
Meetings with Scott, local legislators are coming up
Updated: February 11, 2016 - 11:49 am

Lt. Gov. Phil Scott will speak at the Lamoille Region Chamber of Commerce “Eggs and Issues” series, held Friday, Feb. 19 at The Manor in Morrisville.

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New loan fund available to businesses
Posted: February 11, 2016

The core of Vermont’s economic development plan is developing tools and providing business assistance.

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Yampu Tours in running for world travel award
Posted: February 11, 2016

Yampu Tours, based in Stowe, has been nominated as Africa’s leading luxury tour operator, a category in the 2016 World Travel Awards.

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Stowe family helps to fight diabetes
Posted: February 11, 2016

A Stowe family is getting behind a ski race that will raise money to help fight diabetes.

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State library budget not being cut this year
Posted: February 11, 2016

The Vermont Library Association would receive $3,370,120 in fiscal year 2017, which starts July 1, under the governor’s proposed budget.

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Correction
Posted: February 11, 2016

About beer bar Tap 25: The flagship taproom in California has been open since 2011, and the co-owner’s name is Carrie Bryan. Those points were incorrect in an article last week.

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Wednesday 02/10/2016
Local Love Thursday
Updated: February 11, 2016 - 2:46 pm

Some business owners are encouraging locals to “be the tourist” this Thursday, in an effort to recoup some of the tourist dollars that have been left in the wallets of out-of-towners turned off by the lack of snow in Stowe.

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Thursday 02/04/2016
Tower raises wildlife issues
Posted: February 04, 2016

Near the Waterbury/Stowe town line on Route 100, a moose-crossing sign alerts drivers that they aren’t the only ones trying to get from Point A to Point B in that area.

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Parents: Math classes don’t add up
Posted: February 04, 2016

Stowe High School students have always had choices about classes and academic programs, but what about elementary and middle school students?

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Beer bar moving into former store on Main Street
Updated: February 11, 2016 - 9:51 am

A beer bar is moving into the Main Street spot once occupied by a hardware store.

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Lamoille North chief is ousted
Updated: February 05, 2016 - 4:09 pm

New management is in the works for the Lamoille North Supervisory Union.

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Electric departments select builders for solar farms
Updated: February 05, 2016 - 4:11 pm

The electric departments in Stowe and Hyde Park have selected a contractor to build their respective solar farms, and have announced the interest rates on the 25-year bonds that residents in both towns approved last week have been cut in half.

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Emergency response team on its way back?
Updated: February 09, 2016 - 10:45 am

Even as rescue squads in Stowe and Morristown struggle to fill their ranks with volunteers, there’s a countywide effort to reactivate a different type of response team, one that helps all the other first responders.

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Merger option open
Updated: February 10, 2016 - 5:31 pm

The Stowe School Board is extending a request to talk to the newly formed Elmore-Morristown Unified Union to discuss merger options.

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Stowe businesses in running for 10-best lists
Posted: February 04, 2016

A longstanding destination for ski bums— the last bar on the Mountain Road before you reach the slopes in Stowe — has again been nominated as one of USA Today’s 10 best après-ski bars in North America.

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Grant money available from border commission
Posted: February 04, 2016

The Northern Border Regional Commission, a federal-state partnership for economic and community development, is making $1.7 million in grant money available in Lamoille, Essex, Orleans, Caledonia, Franklin and Grand Isle counties.

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Rauch Chiropractic opening in Stowe
Posted: February 04, 2016

Dr. Bradley Rauch has opened Rauch Family Chiropractic in Stowe.

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Mountainside Resort earns award from RCI
Posted: February 04, 2016

Mountainside Resort at Stowe has been awarded RCI Hospitality designation by RCI, a worldwide leader in vacation exchange.

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Stowe Mercantile gives $2,100 to Food Share
Posted: February 04, 2016

Stowe Mercantile raised $2,100 for Lamoille Community Food Share by donating $10 for each of the 210 children who visited Santa at the Mercantile before Christmas.

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Chinese restaurant now open in Johnson
Posted: February 04, 2016

On Jan. 18, Bill and Annie Lu opened Johnson’s Kitchen in the former Wok N’ Roll space on Main Street. The pair owned the East Garden restaurant in Randolph for 10 years and is bringing that successful business model to Johnson.

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2015 Vermont State Div. 2 Hockey Championship — Stowe vs. U-32

It was Raider versus Raider as boys teams from Stowe High School and U-32 of East Montpelier b...

Stowe High School vs. Milton 2015 Hockey Playoff game

Three straight overtime victories have put the Stowe High boys’ hockey team into the state champi...

Helen Day Art Center presents 'Play'

To call “Play,” the new art exhibit at the Helen Day, unusual would be an understatement. One, th...

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