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Nick Blaylock, owner of Nick’s Bootfitting, completing a fitting for Ted Rung. Photo courtesy of Nick Blaylock
Lots of snow, COVID escapees help boot fitter finish up first winter on his own DOVER - Nick Blaylock, owner of Nick’s Bootfitting, says his first season owning his own shop was a successful one. “Obviously there was quite a bit of snow once the winter started in mid-January,”...
Would-be gardeners can learn how to grow vegetables in a series of UVM master gardener workshops.
Would-be gardeners can learn how to grow vegetables in a series of UVM master gardener workshops.
Burlington- University of Vermont Extension Community Horticulture Program Master Gardener volunteers are hosting a free vegetable gardening education series on six consecutive Saturdays this spring.
“Learn to Grow Vegetables” will be offered weekly via Zoom, April 17 to May 22, from 9 to...
WASHINGTON, DC– The American Hospital Association has announced Southwestern Vermont Medical Center in Bennington, VT, as the 2020 recipient of the Rural Hospital Leadership Award.
The award recognizes small or rural hospital leaders who guide their hospital and community through...
One-Minute Book Reviews By Laura Stevenson   “Fans”
Larry Olmsted
Algonquin Books, 2021   Sports fans, according to Larry Olmsted, “have been dissed.”  Think about football fans, hockey fans, basketball fans: regardless of...
Mount Snow has an excellent program for its staff to improve their skills. The sixth annual Hyde Academy was held at the Mount Snow Ski and Ride School Saturday and Sunday, March 27 and 28.   Begun seven years ago to honor the legacy of J.P. (Pat) Hyde, ski and ride pros are recommended by their...
TOWNSHEND- The COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant financial stress for many, making it harder to access food they need. The Vermont Foodbank has seen an increase in need at the local VeggieVanGo event, sponsored by Grace Cottage Hospital.  In order to meet this need, organizers are looking...
VERMONT- For more than 50 years, one exemplary dairy farm has been recognized each year as the Vermont Dairy Farm of the Year.
The award is presented by University of Vermont Extension and the Vermont Dairy Industry Association in cooperation with the New England Green Pastures Program....
WILMINGTON- April is both National Poetry Month and National Citizen Science Month.  Pettee Memorial Library is offering free programs and activities that celebrate the intersection of poetry and science.
Throughout the month a walk around the library lawn will lead readers through the...
Jack McHale, left, attempts to elude Casey Sibilia during a drill at the 2014 Deerfield Valley 
Soccer Camp.  The annual summer camp returns for its 32nd year in August.      File photo
Jack McHale, left, attempts to elude Casey Sibilia during a drill at the 2014 Deerfield Valley Soccer Camp. The annual summer camp returns for its 32nd year in August. File photo
WILMINGTON- The 32nd  annual Deerfield Valley Soccer Camp will be held this summer from  Monday, August 2, to Friday, August 6. Camp to be held daily from 9 am noon at the Old High School and is open to boys and girls entering grades kindergarten through nine.
Due to potential COVID-19 and...
GREENFIELD, MA – The Connecticut River Conservancy is hosting virtual Hydropower Coffee Hour events to discuss and answer questions about the five Connecticut River hydropower facilities that applied for renewed operating licenses in December. The five facilities include the Turners Falls Dam and...

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