Masked students in Nancy Baker’s kindergarten class carry buckets of toys outside for pandemic-era recess, which requires social distancing. Nancy Baker photo

Jack-o’-lanterns carved by people in the community, set up in Riverbank Park.
These fan guns were included in the sale of Hermitate equipment repossessed by Lakeland Bank last August
These fan guns were included in the sale of Hermitate equipment repossessed by Lakeland Bank last August
Regional travel map as of Tuesday, October 20.  People traveling to Vermont from green areas do not need to quarantine for two weeks when they enter the state.

Masked students in Nancy Baker’s kindergarten class carry buckets of toys outside for pandemic-era recess, which requires social distancing. Nancy Baker photo

Jack-o’-lanterns carved by people in the community, set up in Riverbank Park.
These fan guns were included in the sale of Hermitate equipment repossessed by Lakeland Bank last August
These fan guns were included in the sale of Hermitate equipment repossessed by Lakeland Bank last August
Regional travel map as of Tuesday, October 20.  People traveling to Vermont from green areas do not need to quarantine for two weeks when they enter the state.
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Scott says hospitality has taken a big hit MONTPELIER- Gov. Phil Scott singled out the hospitality industry as among the hardest hit sectors of the state’s economy during his press briefing Tuesday, as he announced a $76 million expansion of the state’s economic recovery grants.   “We have...

Masked students in Nancy Baker’s kindergarten class carry buckets of toys outside for pandemic-era recess, which requires social distancing. Nancy Baker photo
This article is part of a series of articles about the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has changed daily life for people in the Deerfield...
October 22, 2020, 3:00 PM
Wilmington Selectboard on a recent Zoom meeting
WILMINGTON- The town will hold the annual Town Meeting by Australian ballot, selectboard members decided at their meeting Tuesday evening. At the...
October 22, 2020, 3:00 PM
WILMINGTON- Due in part to the strange events of this year, the valley has seen an uptick in new residents. To help these newcomers adjust to...
October 22, 2020, 3:00 PM
Scott says hospitality has taken a big hit MONTPELIER- Gov. Phil Scott singled out the hospitality industry as among the hardest hit sectors of the state’s economy during his press briefing Tuesday, as he announced a $76 million expansion of the state’s economic recovery grants.   “We have...
October 23, 2020

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  • Twin Valley’s Bianca Place, right, chases down the ball during the Wildcats’ win over Poultney. At the far left is Sadie Boyd, who had three goals in the match, including the overtime winner with eight seconds remaining.
    October 22, 2020
    WILMINGTON- Monday was senior night for the Twin Valley girls at Hayford Field, and the seniors came through in the clutch to carry the Wildcats to a thrilling 4-3 overtime win over the visiting...
  • October 22, 2020
    NORTH CLARENDON- Twin Valley and Mill River squared off in a rain-soaked boys’ varsity soccer match Tuesday afternoon. Twin Valley, playing its first-ever match against Mill River, turned out to be...
  • October 22, 2020
    WILMINGTON- Despite the coronavirus limitations, or perhaps because of them, Twin Valley Youth Sports is having one of its best fall soccer seasons in quite a while. Participation is one of the...

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  • Masked students in Nancy Baker’s kindergarten class carry buckets of toys outside for pandemic-era recess, which requires social distancing. Nancy Baker photo
    October 22, 2020
    This article is part of a series of articles about the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has changed daily life for people in the Deerfield Valley.   DOVER - “I never considered it.”...
  • October 22, 2020
    WILMINGTON- Due in part to the strange events of this year, the valley has seen an uptick in new residents. To help these newcomers adjust to living here, Wilmington Works, the local downtown...

  • Scarecrows of Ms. Gilfeather 2020 and Farmer John along the roadside in Wardsboro.
    October 22, 2020
     WARDSBORO- Just like the Wardsboro Fourth of July celebration, the Friends of the Wardsboro Library have been racking their brains to figure out what to do to keep the Gilfeather Turnip...

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