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WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley girls’ varsity clashed with Mill River Monday evening.  The Wildcats were strong on the defensive end, holding the Minutemen to the lowest point total of any opponent so far this season.  But Twin Valley wasn’t able to generate enough offense and fell to the visitors...

Left to right: John M. Flood, of SERVPRO; Thomas A. Dee, SVMC; Matthew Vernon, MD; and Ariana Flood, of SERVPRO.
BENNINGTON- John M. Flood and Ariana Flood, of SERVPRO of Bennington and Rutland counties, recently met with Southwestern Vermont Health Care president Thomas A. Dee  and radiation oncologist Matthew Vernon, MD, to present the proceeds of SERVPRO’s second charity golf tournament, which was held...

Twin Valley’s Kayla Mouroyenis, left, handles the ball in a game against Bellows Falls last month. RC
POULTNEY-  The Twin Valley girls’ varsity basketball team played their first game after the holiday break Wednesday evening, taking a road trip to Poultney.  The young Wildcats had a big challenge facing the veteran Blue Devils, the top team in the Southern Vermont League D division.
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  DOVER - Mount Snow has recently opened two new high-speed chairlifts. Senior Director of Mountain Operations David Moulton joined a group that broke the banner celebrating the first chair of the Sundance Express six-passenger lift. It opened on Sunday, December 11. The Sunbrook Express four-...
WEST RUTLAND- The Twin Valley boys’ varsity picked up their first win of the season Tuesday evening, coming away with a 47-37 verdict over the host Golden Horde. After an 0-4 start, including a couple of close losses, it was a welcome outcome for the Wildcats.
“We finished it off well,”...
WHITINGHAM- After a year layoff, Twin Valley Middle High School once again has a girls’ varsity basketball team. The Wildcats opened their 2022-2023 season on Monday with a 72-10 home loss to the visiting Bellows Falls Terriers.
“It’s a work in progress,” said Twin Valley coach James...

Twin Valley senior guard Liam Wendel, #13, takes a free throw during Tuesday’s game with Mount Saint Joseph. Screenshot from NFHS Network
WHITINGHAM- The high school basketball season has tipped off over the past week, and the Twin Valley Middle High School boys’ varsity has already played three games in five days. On Friday and Saturday, they played in the Bob Abrahamson Tournament at Proctor High School, and on Tuesday they...
VERMONT - With additional snow expected in the coming weeks, the US Forest Service is looking forward to a successful snowmobile season and wants to encourage all riders to put safety first out on the trails in the coming months.       
Green Mountain National Forest officials are advising...
  DOVER - Adaptive Sports at Mount Snow’s chair and founding member Larry Geller is passing the role to Jon Cipes, of West Hartford, CT. The board also created a new leadership position, vice chairman, which will be filled by Tim Mulcahy, of Franklin, MA. Both Cipes and Mulcahy are part-time...
  DOVER - Mount Snow opened for the season Sunday, November 20, with three lifts and five trails. A group of skiers boards the Bluebird Express for the first chair of the season. Skiers enjoy the conditions on Cascade trail just below the summit.  Thanks to good snowmaking conditions,...

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