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RUTLAND- Lakeland Bank has been granted a court order allowing them to take possession of snowmaking equipment at the Hermitage Club  ski area. 
Vermont District Bankruptcy Court Judge Colleen Brown signed the order Friday, granting Lakeland Bank’s motion asking the court to lift an...
DOVER - At its meeting on Tuesday, August 20, the Dover Selectboard reviewed proposed language for the town’s tax stabilization policy. In other matters, the board approved a proposal to purchase sound equipment for year-round concerts, and new Windham County Sheriff Mark Anderson introduced...
DOVER - At the Monday, August 19, meeting, a parent of an incoming pre-K student asked the River Valleys Unified Union School District Board whether his child could enter the district’s 4-year-old program with a mid-September birthday. Ordinarily, the board would have let its decision be guided...
WILMINGTON- Twin Valley School Board members discussed ways the district can best meet the nutrition needs of its students through the federal free and reduced lunch program. 
Twin Valley Elementary School Principal Rebecca Fillion investigated federal programs that would allow the school...

It’s official: Members of the Old School Enrichment Council cut the ribbon to formally open the Old High School Community Center on Tuesday. From left were Steve Goldfarb, Cammie Swanson, Diane Chapman, John Boyd, and Cindy Hayford.
WILMINGTON - The Old School Community Center was bustling on Tuesday afternoon during an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony that drew community members, local officials, and representatives from Vermont’s federal delegation. 
Before the ceremony, tables with refreshments served as...
Board tables chief’s proposal, for now DOVER - At the selectboard’s meeting on Tuesday, police chief Randy Johnson asked the board whether it wants to consider a nudity ordinance in town. The board, of which only three of five members were present, tabled the matter until it...
READSBORO- As Southern Valley School District was working on a plan to spend federal aid at Readsboro School, late last week the state threw them a curve ball: they’re also eligible for another $63,000 this year, but the deadline to spend it is September 30.  And, adding to the urgency, the...

Snowguns at the Hermitage Club are some of the assets being argued over in bankruptcy court by the club’s creditors. File phto/Mike Eldred
RUTLAND- Attorneys for creditors in the Hermitage bankruptcy cases have agreed to postpone a hearing on Berkshire Bank’s motion seeking to proceed with their foreclosure case in Windham Superior Court. 
Vermont District Bankruptcy Court Judge Colleen Brown signed the order Wednesday,...
WILMINGTON- Wilmington Selectboard members sent Living History Association Executive Director James Dassatti back to the drawing board at their regular meeting Tuesday evening, complaining that his proposed budget for a self-guided historical driving tour of the valley was too confusing. 
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DOVER - At the Dover Selectboard’s Tuesday evening meeting, chair Josh Cohen spoke about several matters pertaining to youth engagement and retention. 
Cohen recently attended the Vermont Community Leadership Summit. He was nominated to attend by vice chair Vicki Capitani, who said at the...

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