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VERMONT-  For each of the next five weeks, two students and their families will win $50 in takeout from their favorite local restaurant or food business. Everyone who participates will be entered into a drawing for nine college savings accounts worth $200 from Vermont’s 529 college savings plan...
ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Although practical situations continue to dominate this week, there’s time for the Lamb to indulge in the fun things in life.
TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) This week favors relationships. Take time to renew old ones, and make time to go where new friends can...
READSBORO- The annual Harvest Festival will take place on Saturday, September 26, at the First Baptist Church. The event will feature delicious homemade foods including baked goods, fresh produce, and cider. 
Children will enjoy handcraft activities, painting,  and pumpkins. Crafts, books...
NEWFANE- The West River Radio Club will offer an FCC licensing and ARRL certification testing session for all levels and upgrades on Tuesday, September 29, at 7 pm at the Newbrook Volunteer Fire Department, 698 Vermont Route 30.
Attendees should bring two forms of identification (one...

Arlene Palmiter left, was given a plaque and other memorabilia by Angel Balch and Bob Pavin for her service and commitment to the Rotary Club.
DOVER- On Wednesday, September 16, the Deerfield Valley Rotary Club held a farewell social for four longtime Rotarians. Charter member Arlene Palmiter, founding, members Bruce and Nancy Mullen, and long-time member Gordon Lucas will be moving away. 
New Rotarian Michael Levesque hosted the...

Brattleboro Museum & Art Center
BRATTLEBORO- The membership of the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center elected six new members to the museum’s board of trustees at the annual meeting of the members.
Originally scheduled for March 31 but rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic, the annual meeting took place over video...
10 years ago:
Wilmington Town Manager Bob Rusten announced he was leaving to take a position as South Burlington City Manager.  Wilmington Selectboard members “grimly” accepted his resignation, and praised him for his work as town manager over the previous four and a half years. In...
WILMINGTON- The history of Wilmington is finally being told, in a book by Julie Moore and Nathan Moore published last week.
Although the town of Wilmington is almost 270 years old, Moore's book is the first history of the town that has been published in book form.  Their 128-page book "...

The valley men’s group has been meeting at the Dover Town Park gazebo for the summer season. The group will be heading indoors to North Star Bowl as the fall approaches. Above, Alan Baker, Ira Colby, Bill Adams, Ken Weisman, and Mickey Kirsten swap stories and smiles on a recent Thursday morning.

10 years ago:
More than 100 business leaders from around Windham County were to meet at Memorial Hall for an economic development summit with the Southeastern Vermont Economic Development Strategies (SeVEDS) group.  The summit, and SeVEDS itself, were inspired by the...

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