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VERMONT - The Connecticut River Conservancy is spreading the word about a valuable resource for teachers and other education organizations. CRC is happy to announce that their EnviroScape Watershed/Nonpoint source model is available for loan to classrooms throughout the Connecticut River...
VERMONT - Gov. Phil Scott recently announced that starting in 2024, individual and small group health plans will cover one set of prescription hearing aids every three years and annual exams. This week the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services approved expanded coverage in Vermont’s...
VERMONT – With just weeks remaining in this year’s Medicare open enrollment season, the Vermont Department of Financial Regulation reminds Vermonters to educate themselves about the various types of Medicare; Medicare Advantage; and Medicare Supplement, also known as “Medigap,” offerings.
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“Granite Kingdom: A Novel”
Eric Pope, Rootstock Publishing, 2022. This impressively researched historical novel revolves around a major business rivalry in Granite Junction, a fictive village in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom at the time Vermont’s granite industry was at its...

This gift shop in West Dover was damaged in a fire 20 years ago. Luckily, it is still up and running today. Photo courtesy greatmoosevermont.com
  10 years ago:
Edel and Robert Teodorini closed Swe Den Nor, their Scandinavian furniture store after 42 years in business.  The couple began selling furniture out of a small space in the Coombs sugarhouse at the junction of Route 100 South and Route 9 in Wilmington in...

Nola Linder will be on stage this weekend as Donkey in New England Youth Theater’s latest production, “Shrek The Musical.” Lauren Harkawik
Linder to take the stage this weekend
BRATTLEBORO - This weekend, a local will be taking center stage in New England Youth Theater’s production of “Shrek The Musical.” Nola Linder, 10, of Wilmington, will be embodying one of the show’s principal characters: Donkey. ...

Left to right: advisor Jen Nilsen, Davis Cole, Yoli Reyes, Juliette Garcy, and new TVHMS student assistance professional Tucker Boyd
FAIRLEE - Twin Valley Middle High School students recently attended the Vermont OVX/VKAT Youth Leadership Summit at Lake Morey as part of their participation in the Vermont Kids Against Tobacco Program, which is sponsored locally by the Deerfield Valley Community Partnership.
The Vermont...
BRATTLEBORO - On Thursday, December 8, at American Legion Post 5, 32 Linden Street, join the Alzheimer’s Association Vermont Chapter for “We’re ALZ in this together: Destigmatizing Dementia in Windham County.” The event will consist of lunch followed by a community conversation about topics such...

A fully-decorated Christmas tree harvested off the Green Mountain National Forest.
VERMONT - US Forest Service officials in Vermont are welcoming the public to select and cut a Christmas tree on the Green Mountain National Forest with the purchase of a $5 permit. Permits are now available for purchase online or in person at GMNF offices in Manchester, 2538 Depot Street. In...

Seth Boyd, left, and Phil Taylor hold the ceremonial golden shovel at a 2012 groundbreaking ceremony at Twin Valley Elementary School. File photo
10 years ago:
Manning a ceremonial golden shovel, Twin Valley School Board members Seth Boyd and Phil Taylor broke ground on construction at Deerfield Valley Elementary School.  The construction included renovations and a new addition at the elementary school, and...

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