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Waterslide fun at Bromley Mountain.
PERU- On Friday, June 21, Bromley Mountain will hold its sixth annual Pink Friday. What this means: when the pink-wearing, adventure-park-loving crowd purchases an all-day Mountain Adventure Pass for $49 at the ticket window, Bromley will donate 50% of each MAP sold to benefit Susan G. Komen New...

Twin Valley’s Quinlan Barber, left, ran a personal best in the 200-meter dash at the Vermont D4 track and field championships Saturday. Photo by Buddy Hayford
WINDSOR- The Vermont division 3 and D4 track and field championships were held under clear skies and comfortable temperatures at the Murphy-Morse Track Complex at Windsor High School Saturday. It was also a good day for a number of local schools and athletes.
Twin Valley Middle High School...

The Twin Valley softball team was loose and ready before Friday’s quarterfinal game at Danville. From left were Coach Jeff Putnam, Loren Pike, Celia Betit, Kara Bird, Sadie Boyd, Ines Benito, Emily Hohn, Alyssa Bird, Leora Longe, Katelyn Longe, and Paige Cunningham. Photo courtesy Twin Valley Booster Club
DANVILLE- Fresh off their first-round playoff win last Wednesday, the Twin Valley Middle High School varsity softball team headed to Danville Friday afternoon to face the top-seeded Indians in a division 4 quarterfinal game.   The host team lived up to its ranking, putting an end to the Wildcats...

Water can still be very cold this time of year.
VERMONT- The National Weather Service, US Coast Guard, and various state and local agencies urge extreme caution when boating, canoeing or kayaking in Vermont due to the dangers of cold water and potential hypothermia.
When going to lakes and rivers on a warm day during the spring and...
WHITINGHAM- Twin Valley hosted Arlington Wednesday afternoon in a first-round game of the Vermont D4 softball tournament. It was a playdown game between the eighth-seeded Wildcats and the ninth-seeded Eagles. The hosts used a big first inning to cruise to their second win of the season, 31-16, and...

Riders enjoying the back roads of the Tour de Heifer. Photo by Kelly Fletcher
BRATTLEBORO- Cyclists from many states will participate in the Tour de Heifer, the cycling event on Strolling of the Heifers weekend, on Sunday, June 9.
Proceeds from this year’s Tour de Heifer will support the Stroll’s Farm-to-Table Apprenticeship Program, which teaches nutrition and...
DEERFIELD VALLEY- The 23rd annual Deerfield Valley Basketball Camp for boys and girls entering grades five through nine will be held from 1 to 4 pm on Monday, June 24, through Friday, June 28, at the Twin Valley Middle High School in Whitingham.
The camp director is Buddy Hayford and the...
DOVER- Support a great cause and enjoy an afternoon of golf on Saturday, June 8, at the Mount Snow Golf Club, 95 Country Club Road.
Now in its 10th year, Grace Cottage Hospital’s Tee It Up for Health Golf Benefit helps to support Grace Cottage Hospital’s Patient Care Fund.
The...

Twin Valley’s Jayden Crawford, right, heads to home plate as Leland & Gray’s Abby Lowe waits for the ball. Crawford scored on the play, but it wasn’t enough, as the Rebels topped the Wildcats 30-8 Monday afternoon. Photo by Randy Capitani
WHITINGHAM- Leland & Gray traveled to Twin Valley for a varsity softball game Monday afternoon.  The two teams played close for the first three innings, but the visiting Rebels pulled away late to snare a 30-8 win.
The Rebels took an early lead in the top of the first.  Sarah Andersen...

Children from pre-K to sixth grade from any area town are invited to sign up for fall soccer programs. File photo
DEERFIELD VALLEY- Twin Valley Youth Sports soccer sign-ups for the fall 2019 soccer season are underway now.  
Any player from any town entering grades pre-K through six may sign up.  Twin Valley Youth Sports welcomes any and all youth soccer players to join the program.  
Players...

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