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MANCHESTER- The Vermont Veterans Golf Tournament Committee is hosting its eighth annual tournament on September 4,  on the rolling greens of the Manchester Country Club. The tournament originated in 2012 as a way to raise awareness for wounded veterans across Vermont.  
The tournament was...
MONTPELIER- As Vermont prepares to significantly increase the funds available for clean water projects, the state’s Clean Water Board is reaching out to Vermonters, asking them to weigh in on the best way to allocate funds. Public input will help the Clean Water Board make its budget...
Note: this is the third installment of a series looking at recreational trail development in the area.
DEERFIELD VALLEY- With Dover and Wilmington having active town trail committees and multiple projects in the works, a casual observer might think that the valley as a whole is honeycombed...
John Neumann
John Neumann
WEST DOVER- On Saturday August 3, Mount Snow Golf Club member John Neumann made a hole-in-one on hole 12.  
He hit his 6 iron 143 yards from the white tee. It was witnessed by Larry and Barbara Rosenzweig. 
Twin Valley High School soccer will begin on August 15
Twin Valley High School soccer will begin on August 15.
WHITINGHAM- All boys and girls entering grades nine through 12 at Twin Valley Middle High School are invited to pre-season soccer practice on Thursday, August 15, at Twin Valley Middle High School.  Practice will be from 8:30 to 10:30 am for the boys and 8 to 10 am for the girls.  Boys and girls...

Michelle Stacy and I Watch topped the $2,500 Marshall and Sterling Adult Amateur Jumper Classic on Sunday, July 28, at the Vermont Summer Festival. Photo by Andrew Ryback Photography
DORSET- The Vermont Summer Festival welcomes all spectators to the show grounds to watch the horses and athletes, shop the on-site boutiques, or to have lunch and a drink on Wednesdays through Sundays, from 8 am to 4 pm.
Michelle Stacy, of Ipswich, MA, won the $2,500 Marshall and Sterling...
RUTLAND- Forest Service officials in Vermont have had several reports of bear sightings and bears approaching and entering shelters, and some reports of bears aggressively getting into backpacks in an attempt to find food. Reports of human encounters with black bears continue to increase in the...
WILMINGTON- Folks looking for a nice walk through the village center will have an upgraded trail to enjoy, thanks to some recent work by the Wilmington Trails Committee.
Earlier this month, volunteers spent a Saturday working on the Beaver Brook Trail, which runs from Buzzy Towne Park...

A group of riders at the Hungry Lion.
WHITINGHAM- Registration is now open for the Hungry Lion Bike Tour, Saturday, September 28.  The fall foliage tour, now in its eighth year, attracts cyclist from all across New England to enjoy rides from 5 to 75 miles, including two challenging gravel grinders. All rides take cyclists through...
DOVER- When the selectboard announced earlier this month the planned purchase of a 50-acre tract of land in the West Dover village, it might have been a surprise to many in the area. But it wasn’t to Andy McLean, town clerk and a member of the town’s Dover Area Recreational Trails committee....

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