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BENNINGTON-The Center for Communication in Medicine will host a free online workshop, Working with The Guide 101, on June 22 from 6 to 7:30 pm. CCM founder Dr. Bernard Bandman, co-author of “SpeakSooner: A Patient’s Guide to Difficult Conversations,” and primary care physician Dr. Michael Welther...
BATON ROUGE, LA - Michael Sawitz, of Dover, VT, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Sawitz was initiated at Plymouth State University.
Sawitz is among approximately 30,000 students,...
CASTLETON- The region’s leader in professional development for educators, Castleton Center for Schools, is offering a broad spectrum of graduate-level courses this summer to meet the needs of K-12 educators and administrators.
Center for Schools will offer all of its summer courses through...
TOWNSHEND- Grace Cottage Family Health and Hospital has received a grant from Price Chopper’s Golub Foundation in response to an appeal for COVID-19 related assistance.
Like most other hospitals in the nation, Grace Cottage has maintained a constant state of vigilance, prepared to respond...
RANDOLPH CENTER- Mariah Powers, of East Dover, graduated after the spring 2020 semester from Vermont Technical College. 
 
PLYMOUTH, NH- The following students have been named to the Plymouth State University president’s list: Jack Armbruster, of West Dover; Emily Harris, of Bellows Falls; and Michael Sawitz, of Dover.
A total of 1,070 students have been named to the Plymouth State University president’s list...
POTSDAM, NY- Arin Bates, of West  Wardsboro, will attend Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY, as a member of the class of 2024. Bates, who will be majoring in university studies, will begin studying at Clarkson in the fall.
DOVER - Last week, Sue Neuman, who has taught sixth grade at the Dover School for 32 years, met with her students for an outdoor boat race, her annual Neuman Cup. It was the first time she’d seen them in person since March, and, save Wednesday’s drive-in-style graduation with students inside...
10 years ago:
Mount Snow was approved for a $25 million loan from the Vermont Economic Development Authority, but the loan was contingent on the resort obtaining permits for the work by the end of the year.  The projects included replacement of the Summit Local and Sunbrook chairlifts, the...

National Guard loading food.
VERMONT- Registration is open for meal distribution sites in the month of June. Those who register are given a window of time to pick up Farmers to Families meals at designated sites around the state. This change will streamline the process of pick-up, and help planners assess the ongoing need...

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