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Moms can ski for $25 at Bromley Mountain on March 6.
Moms can ski for $25 at Bromley Mountain on March 6.
PERU- On Friday, March 6, Bromley Mountain ski resort will hold the 18th annual “Mom’s Day Off” fundraiser. Moms ski or ride for just $25 when they show the ticket seller a snapshot of their child.
Once again, this year’s event will benefit women’s breast cancer care at the Southwestern...
DOVER- The Deerfield Valley Stump Jumpers Barbecue Ride-In is the club’s  annual fundraising event.  This year, it is being held Saturday, March 7, from noon to 3 pm  at The Last Chair on Route 100. The menu includes Philly cheese steak, chicken fritter sandwiches, pulled pork, potato salad,...
Twin Valley's Jack McHale, #14, made an airborne delivery of the basketball during Fridays' game with Rivendell. The Wildcats' win over the Raptors secured them the top seed in the D4 tournament, which opens this week. 
Photo by Randy Capitani
Twin Valley's Jack McHale, #14, made an airborne delivery of the basketball during Fridays' game with Rivendell. The Wildcats' win over the Raptors secured them the top seed in the D4 tournament, which opens this week. Photo by Randy Capitani
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley boys' varsity basketball team now has the number one seed in the Vermont division 4 tournament. Twin Valley (18-2) secured the top seed with a 52-46 win over Rivendell (18-2) Friday evening. The Vermont Principals Association released the tournament pairings earlier...
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley boys’ varsity basketball team had its most difficult stretch of the season, playing four games in six days against some very tough opponents.  When all was said and done, the Wildcats came out with a three wins and a loss for the four games,  
On Friday,...
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley girls varsity bounced back from a pair of losses last week with a 32-29 win over visiting Arlington Monday evening. It was an up-and-down game for the host Wildcats, as twice they ran out to solid leads, only to see the Eagles close the gap.  In the end, the host team...
Wesley Dow shows off  his winning catch.
Wesley Dow shows off his winning catch.
BRATTLEBORO- The Southern Vermont Therapeutic Riding Center  held its second annual ice fishing derby on Saturday, January 25, on the Retreat Meadows. More than 50 anglers participated in the derby, and raised over $300 for the program.
Grand prizes for each of the four categories: Adult...
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley Middle High School snowboard team may not be flush with riders, but the small squad continues to drop impressive finishes in meets. On Wednesday, February 5, the team had a good day at Bromley Mountain in giant slalom and slopestyle events.
“It was awesome,”...
Izaak Park contorts to get around three Green Mountain defenders.         Photo by Vicki Capitani
Izaak Park contorts to get around a pack of Green Mountain defenders. Photo by Vicki Capitani
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley boys’ varsity was back in action after a week off. The long layoff showed, as the team struggled to find its scoring rhythm through the first three quarters of the game. In the end, the Wildcats found enough scoring punch to ride out a 47-37 win over visiting Green...
Participants in the 2019 Hoot, Toot & Whistle 5K.                       Photo by Jamie Howard
Readsboro- The 11th annual Hoot, Toot and Whistle 5K Snowshoe Race and Hike will be held Saturday, February 22, on the Catamount Trail.
 Registration begins at 9 am at the Readsboro Central School on Phelps Avenue (turn at the bandstand).  Race start time is 10:30 am.  No aid stations are...
Twin Valley's Hannah Sullivan tries to get by MSJ's Ella Paquin.  Photo by Randy Capitani
Twin Valley's Hannah Sullivan tries to get by MSJ's Ella Paquin. Photo by Randy Capitani
PROCTOR- “It was over early, we gave it our best shot. Sometimes you’re completely over-matched.”
That was Twin Valley girls’ basketball coach Buddy Hayford’s take on his Wildcats’ 70-16 loss to the Proctor High School Phantoms Monday evening.
“We’re not at the same level,” added...

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