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10 years ago:
Honora Winery’s first batch of varietal grapes was harvested and ready for winemaking.  The grapes from the 2008 harvest were planned for Honora’s first estate wine to be released in 2010.
The valley remembered the flood of ‘38 on its 70th anniversary...
History of hospital on display at Memorial Hall
WILMINGTON - From now to October 8, Memorial Hall will play host to “A Century of Caring,” a display of artifacts and information about Southwestern Vermont Medical Center, formerly Putnam Memorial Hospital. After October 5,...
Everything That Follows
Meg Little Reilly,  Mira, 2018.
“There is,” opens the prologue, “a moment in any event when momentum takes over and dictates the direction and force of everything that follows.” This moment occurs after glass-blower Kat Weber, her longtime...
15 years ago:
Whitingham Town Clerk Buddy Holland announced his retirement.  Holland had been town clerk since 1992, and had served in various town or village positions since 1965.  
With the arrests of six Deerfield Valley residents, ages 16 to 19, Wilmington and...
WILMINGTON- Local business owner Brent Dessaint brings a love for cars and a talent for cleanliness to his business, Fanatics Autowerks. Dessaint has a long history with automobiles and is happy to offer detailing and repair work from his new shop in Wilmington. Originally from Brattleboro,...
New treehouse brings spark to community
SOUTH NEWFANE- Fans of Animal Planet’s “Treehouse Masters” are thrilled that Pete Nelson and his crew of treehouse architects have finished construction on a new treehouse.
Property owner...
VERMONT- The Vermont Department of Libraries is partnering with Rooted in Vermont, a grassroots campaign celebrating how all Vermonters enjoy local food, to explore all of the great food that Vermonters can find right in their backyard. Libraries across the state will be hosting programs Monday,...
WARDSBORO- The Wardsboro School Club has arranged for Wunderle’s Big Top Adventures, led by acclaimed circus arts performer Troy Wunderle, to come to Wardsboro Elementary School the week of November 12 to 18 for a circus residency program that will engage students from pre-K to grade six in the...
It is a pitiful shame and a real embarrassment that so few people show up every Thursday afternoon at 3 pm to benefit from the free lecture series organized by Wilmington's Town Nurse, Jennifer Fitzgerald, for seniors (and others) in the valley. Scot Tucker, Wilmington Town Manager, makes the...
10 years ago:
Gov. Jim Douglas was facing several opponents in his bid for reelection, including an independent candidate from Readsboro.  Justin Gamache was running as an independent write-in candidate, seeking to provide universal health care, cut taxes, reduce oil and...

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