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State officials are urging hikers and bikers to avoid muddy trails during spring runoff.
State officials are urging hikers and bikers to avoid muddy trails during spring runoff.
VERMONT- The  Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation and its partners remind hikers of mud season at this time of year and ask for the public’s help protecting Vermont’s trails. This year, COVID-19 is still a dominant concern, even with more people vaccinated. FPR and partners are asking...
WINDHAM COUNTY- In lieu of Youth Services’ annual Summer Camp Fair this spring, there is a downloadable spreadsheet of all camps in the area on the Youth Services website.
Dates, age range, cost, and scholarship availability will be listed as well as contact information.  Past camps that...
Vermont – Big Brothers Big Sisters of Vermont has opened registration for its first For Kids’ Sake Virtual Fun Run. All proceeds will support the mission of creating and supporting one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth.
This fundraiser is not just...
GREENFIELD, MA – The Connecticut River Conservancy is hosting virtual Hydropower Coffee Hour events to discuss and answer questions about the five Connecticut River hydropower facilities that applied for renewed operating licenses in December. The five facilities include the Turners Falls Dam and...

Freestyle skier Patrick O’Hanlon gets airborne last week at Stratton Mountain. Stratton plans to continue skiing and riding through April 11. Rich Snedaker
By Randy Capitani
SOUTHERN VERMONT- This winter season has been one of the snowiest in the past decade, with storms in December, January, and February seemingly one after another. The constant snowfall meant plenty of white ground for skiers, riders, and snowmobilers.
But a recent...
Snowboarders from around the region headed to Stratton Mountain for the annual Vermont Open, held on March 14. Above, Tucker Baribault, number eight, of Bondville, rides high on a banked turn. He finished 12th in the men’s age 13-17 category.  A number of local riders placed well in the event....
STOWE- Join author and Nordic ski racer John Morton on Thursday, April 1, at 7 pm via Zoom for an evening of storytelling as he shares some of the stories from his recent book “Celebrate Winter, An Olympian’s Stories of a Life in Nordic Skiing,” as part of Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum’s...
By Randy Capitani
QUECHEE- The Twin Valley girls’ varsity saw its basketball season come to an end Friday evening, March 19, as they lost a D4 quarterfinal game to Mid Vermont Christian, 48-31.
Twin Valley came into the game with a 6-3 record and the sixth seed in the state...

Aaron Soskin breaks out of a pack of Twinfield defenders during Saturday’s playoff game. Soskin’s had a big role in the Wildcats’ comeback effort, but the team fell just short of pulling out the win. Randy Capitani
By Randy Capitani
PLAINFIELD- Winning a playoff game on the road is a difficult task for any team at any level. On Saturday the Twin Valley boys’ varsity almost pulled off a miracle comeback in the other team’s gym. But in an oh-so-close game the Wildcats lost to the Twinfield Trojans, 51-...
STOWE- Join ski and snowboard industry creatives Thursday, March 25, at 7 pm for the free Virtual Red Bench discussion, “The Art of The Graphic.” Many say it’s the graphic that sells the gear, so some of the top designers and creative directors in the ski and snowboard industry will take part in...

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