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Rachel Moore has been at the Helen Day Art Center since 2010, and has been its executive director for the past two years, bringing art to the community, curating gallery shows and handling the yearly outdoor “Exposed.” exhibit in Stowe.

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The logo for last week’s TEDx event at Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center is a microphone set against a backdrop of black and red flannel, the kind you see plenty of Vermonters wearing every fall.

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Big cats occupy only a fraction of their historic habitat worldwide and are under serious threat, often killed by people who see them as a threat to livestock.

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“Go jump in a lake” doesn’t sound so bad to people in Lamoille County hoping to make a difference to the community.

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In the past three decades, maple syrup production has increased exponentially. In Vermont alone, production rose from 7.5 million gallons in 2012 to 19.8 million gallons in 2017, reported by the National Agricultural Statistics Service.

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Belle McDougall, a local pastel artist, and her son Jesse are showing their art at the Waterbury Public Library’s café, just inside the front door of the library at 28 N. Main St.

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Dozens of athletes with Vermont ties will compete in the Winter Olympics later this month, including ten from the Stowe area and the northern half of the Green Mountain State. Those local athletes will go head-to-head with the rest of the world in Pyeongchang. Some are veterans of internatio…

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