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A tiny cross-section of voters from Elmore, Morristown and Stowe gathered Monday night to set up a brand-new merged school district that its very leaders are trying to prevent from becoming a reality.

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Work in the Vermont Legislature, especially for the first few weeks of the year and especially for first-time lawmakers, may be a mix of what you know and what you learn in committee.

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Speeding cars are dangerous, and the Morristown Police Department put a lot of effort into slowing down drivers last year.

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The Morrisville village government plans to sell 4.31 acres off Trombley Hill Road to a local business, Pete’s Equipment Sales and Rentals.

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Last Nov. 17, a malfunctioning sprinkler system caused a pipe to burst in the gymnasium lobby at Cambridge Elementary School.

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The Hyde Park Select Board is putting the finishing touches on a 2019-20 budget proposal that would boost the town property-tax rate 3.42 percent.

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The 30-day window to appeal Hyde Park’s approval of a Main Street homeless shelter closes this weekend, but the shelter probably won’t open for a couple of weeks.

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A free Housing Needs Summit will be held Tuesday, Jan. 29, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Green Mountain Technology & Career Center, 738 Route 15, Hyde Park.

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The Lamoille Valley Young Professionals will host a speed-dating-style job fair on Thursday, Jan. 24, from 5 to 9 p.m. at Green Mountain Technology and Career Center, 738 Route 15, Hyde Park.

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A local veteran got the surprise of his life when he learned that an event for World War II veterans was actually a ceremony honoring him with the Congressional Gold Medal.

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Voters in Elmore, Morristown and Stowe will convene next week for the very first meeting of the Lamoille South Unified Union School District, the new district forced to exist two months ago by the Vermont State Board of Education.

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If the federal government shutdown continues into March, Vermont could be on the hook for millions of dollars to fund welfare programs in the state, according to a briefing from the Joint Fiscal Office to the House Appropriations Committee.

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Vermont’s school district consolidation law, Act 46, may have been the state’s most controversial school reform in decades.

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A federal judge has ruled against Ben & Jerry’s and allowed a lawsuit alleging that the company doesn’t live up to its environmentally friendly messaging to move forward.

A lot happens in a year in an area of the state so centrally located as Lamoille County, so much that it’s difficult to remember it all. The News & Citizen was there, as usual, covering the triumphs and tragedies and everyday life of the ten-town county.

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