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Snow days are a regular part of every school year in Vermont. It’s common for severe winter weather to keep students home from school two or three days each winter.

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Route 100 is the primary byway between Waterbury and Stowe, but there’s another major thoroughfare that is all but impassable to humans and their vehicles and largely invisible to them, says Stowe naturalist Tom Rogers.

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When Stowe School Board members hand out diplomas to graduating seniors next June, it might be the last thing any Stowe School Board member ever does, as a merger of the Stowe and Elmore-Morristown school districts takes effect July 1.

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News that the state government wants to force a merger of the Elmore-Morristown and Stowe school districts hit communities like a wave, prompting parents, teachers and passionate residents in all three towns to sign petitions, protest and express outrage on social media.

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An error in calculating Morristown’s grand list will raise the property-tax bills for every home and business in town.

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It’s official: The Cambridge School District will be forced to merge with neighboring districts, but Wolcott will be left as a standalone entity.

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Eric Osgood, chairman of the Johnson Select Board and the town’s emergency management director, has been recognized for organizing the town’s response to an ice jam that flooded the town and turned the rivers into jagged pathways portending worse.

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Ballet Wolcott dancers brought pirouettes, pliés and pas-de-bourrées to River Arts last Saturday as part of the Festival of Lights, organized by the Morristown Alliance for Culture and Commerce. Ballet Wolcott will present “The Nutcracker” at the Highland Center for the Arts in Greensboro on…

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On a Saturday afternoon in late October, Andrew Allen was finally able to do something he’s been waiting two decades for: Go hunting.

Chris Miller knows how 160 years of history has credited the late Larkin Goldsmith Mead with creating the statue of a goddess of agriculture atop the Vermont Statehouse.

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