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ARLINGTON- The Twin Valley Wildcats hadn’t played a boys’ varsity basketball game in more than three weeks when they took the floor against the Eagles Tuesday evening.  But Twin Valley coach Brown wasn’t ready to use the holiday break layoff as an excuse for the Wildcats’ 47-10 loss.
“It...
  VERMONT - Twin Valley Middle High School is not fielding a girls’ varsity basketball team this season. Instead, coach James Anderson and the team decided to play a junior varsity schedule with plans to return to the varsity level in the future. Currently the JV squad is 0-4, having played...
VERMONT - The US Forest Service is looking forward to a successful snowmobile season and wants to encourage all riders to put safety first with safe snowmobile practices and observing COVID-19 precautions.
Green Mountain National Forest officials are advising snowmobilers to exercise...
WILMINGTON - Thanks to an AARP Winter Placemaking grant, Winterplace is coming back and will be better than ever this year.
Wilmington Works, in partnership with Beaver Brook Children’s School, DVCP, and the SASH program, announce that outdoor winter programming will return to the pop-up...

Participants in a previous Susan G. Komen Vermont Snowshoe fundraisers.
GRAFTON - The Susan G. Komen Vermont Snowshoe registration is now open. Registration rate information is available online at komen.org/vermontsnowshoe. A virtual registration option is available for those who prefer to snowshoe where they are.
The 2022 Komen Vermont Snowshoe will be held,...
WHITINGHAM- What a difference a week makes. On Tuesday, December 14, the Twin Valley Wildcats were handed a deflating 66-11 loss by Mount Saint Joseph in the opening round of the Green Mountain Holiday Tournament. But this Tuesday, the Wildcats were the ones who dominated the hardwood, handing...

Twin Valley’s Liam Wendel goes in for a layup in the Wildcats’ game with MSJ. This is a screenshot taken from nfhsnetwork.com.
PROCTOR- The Twin Valley Wildcats opened their boys’ varsity basketball season with a winning performance in the second half of their game with Poultney. They outscored the Blue Devils 20-16 in their opening round matchup of the Bob Abrahamson Tournament. Unfortunately for the Wildcats, in the...

Twin Valley coach Chris Brown makes a point to the Wildcats during a March 2020 tournament win against Danville at the Barre Auditorium. File photo/RC
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley Middle High School boys’ varsity basketball team has been practicing for the better part of two weeks in anticipation of the season tipoff at the Bob Abrahamson Tournament in Proctor Friday afternoon.  
The only problem?  The full team has yet to step on the...

The Twin Valley girls’ basketball team: From left, KayKay Betit, Alana Bevilacqua, Mia Wade, coach James Anderson, Reese Croutworst, and Bianca Place. Missing from the photo are Hannah Dockemeyer and Sara Stone. The team will play a junior varsity schedule. Randy Capitani
WHITINGHAM- Lots of changes have taken place with the Twin Valley High School girls’ basketball team.  
As if replacing all five varsity starters from last season wasn’t enough, legendary coach Buddy Hayford has also stepped away from the bench.  
That means a complete rebuild for...
BRATTLEBORO - “Holly Days, Holly Nights” will run from Friday, December 3, to Sunday, December 5, this year. Thirty-one businesses are participating to help consumers check off some names on their holiday list.  
Consumers who shop at participating businesses for special deals - with the “...

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