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VERMONT– Gov. Phil Scott is encouraging families and businesses to help show “Vermont Lights the Way,” an effort to literally brighten communities and neighborhoods around the state by decorating homes, businesses, and trees, or other creative ideas to help celebrate the holidays during the...

Don Tarinelli
10 years ago:
Dover voters sent a clear signal on a proposal to locate a cell tower on land owned by Dover School. Voters had approved the use in September, and voted again after a petition for a reconsideration. They reconfirmed the original decision in a 65-41 vote....
Foundation connects couple with school
WARDSBORO- When the call for help went out, Marty and Joe Neumeister jumped into action. 
The Wardsboro School reached out to the Stratton Foundation to help keep their students warm this winter. The Stratton Foundation knew...
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 - For Carina Hellström, owner of the Gray Ghost Inn, the pandemic hasn’t changed her relationship with guests she’s known for years....
VERMONT- The Department of Labor is reminding individuals receiving unemployment insurance benefits of the upcoming changes to a number of federal unemployment benefit programs, including Extended Benefits, Pandemic Unemployment Assistance,  and Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation. PUA...
MANCHESTER- Kylie Cleanthes, of Dover, was one of 10 students to be accepted into the Burr & Burton Academy chapter of the National Honor Society on Thursday, December 3.
Membership in the National Honor Society is awarded to students who display outstanding qualities in the classroom...

Thirty-five years ago the Snow Barn held a performance featuring Gary Henry, Sue Andrea, Skip Morrow, Paul Waldron, and the Fabulous DucTones. It was reported more than 400 people attended the show.
10 years ago:
Wilmington School Board members voted to pursue a K-12 consolidation plan with Whitingham. The two towns had successfully combined their middle and high school grades through a joint contract six years earlier, creating the Twin Valley Joint Contract School...

Amelia Koelsch hugs her father, Don, while visiting him at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. It was Amelia’s first visit to see him in a month. Don is awaiting a lung transplant after suffering from COVID-19. Sara Koelsch
Note:  We regret to report that Don Koelsch died on Wednesday, December 9 due to complications of COVID-19 and his autoimmune disorder.  He had been moved to Barnes-Jewish hospital in preparation for a double lung transplant.  He tested positive for COVID-19 at the hospital.  Doctors at the...
Thirty-five years ago, Grampy’s was offering a $5,000 reward for information of the person who drilled two holes in their underground kerosene tank.
10 years ago:
Mount Snow held a film festival featuring 10 films on winter sports.  The films were shown at three venues around the valley, including the Snow Barn, Mountain Park Cinema, and Memorial Hall.  
State police were investigating the shooting death of two...

Wilmington Police Chief Matt Murano says the primary goal for his department during the pandemic has been to be accessible to people who may be in need.
This article is part of a series about the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has changed daily life for people in the Deerfield Valley.
WILMINGTON - Police chief Matt Murano says one of the first concerns he addressed when shutdowns began in March due to the pandemic was accessibility....

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