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Stowe Electric Department finally has a home of its own, after decades of bouncing between landlords all around town.

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Good luck trying to make heads or tails of the divisions, and the potential playoff races, for girls high school hockey this season.

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As the Stowe School District faces a possible forced merger and less local control, the town government could tack the other way — greater authority to make its own decisions.

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It’s only been five months since they bought it, but the Rev. Rick Swanson and Tim Heath-Swanson are right at home in their bed-and-breakfast in Waitsfield.

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A Toronto-based designer says Burton, the most famous name in snowboarding, used one of her mitten designs without giving her credit, after a Burton employee ordered a pair of the mittens delivered to Burton headquarters.

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Ten local nonprofit organizations in and near Stowe are receiving more than $35,000 in cash and in-kind support from Vail Resorts’ EpicPromise.

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This midweek snowfall has skiers and riders envisioning waist-deep powder runs in the Vermont backcountry, but Stowe Mountain Rescue and Stowe Mountain Resort are warning that the snow creates a perfect and dangerous scenario for avalanches.

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The wheels of lawmaking might turn slowly, but the Elmore-Morristown and Stowe school districts are one step closer to receiving a delay in their forced merger.

Advocates for a publicly financed, universal system of primary health care are trying again to advance the initiative after it stalled in the state Legislature last year.

A chairlift that stalled at Stowe Mountain Resort Sunday, stranding 160 skiers and snowboarders, will need to pass an inspection before it can operate again.

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