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The 2019 Twin Valley boys’ varsity basketball team. Front row, from left: Aaron Soskin, Izaak Park, Colin McHale, Owen Grinold, Lucas Messing, Ayden Loos, and coach Josh Carpenter-O’Hearn.  Back row: manager Jack “Jacko” Roche, head coach Chris Brown, Jack McHale, Dylan Dupuis, Jake Ewart, Eric Bolognani, and Tyson Longe.			       RC
The 2019 Twin Valley boys’ varsity basketball team. Front row, from left: Aaron Soskin, Izaak Park, Colin McHale, Owen Grinold, Lucas Messing, Ayden Loos, and coach Josh Carpenter-O’Hearn. Back row: manager Jack “Jacko” Roche, head coach Chris Brown, Jack McHale, Dylan Dupuis, Jake Ewart, Eric Bolognani, and Tyson Longe. Photo by Randy Capitani
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley boys’ varsity basketball team returns an experienced group with a winning background and playoff experience.   The players and coaches are hoping that combination will again lead to a successful season and another visit to the fabled Barre Auditorium and a shot at a...
The Twin Valley Middle High School girls’ varsity and junior varsity basketball players include, front row from left: Sadie Boyd, Jesse Lazelle, Celia Betit, Kylie Reed, Jayden Crawford, and Alexis Boyd.  Back row, from left: varsity coach Buddy Hayford, Shelbea Fournier, Leora Longe, Kayleigh Richard, Jordyn Trowt, Winter Nakos, Katelyn Longe, Alyssa Bird, Jazmyn Dix, Hannah Sullivan, and JV coach James Anderson. Missing from the photo is Paige Cunningham.     RC
The Twin Valley Middle High School girls’ varsity and junior varsity basketball players include, front row from left: Sadie Boyd, Jesse Lazelle, Celia Betit, Kylie Reed, Jayden Crawford, and Alexis Boyd. Back row, from left: varsity coach Buddy Hayford, Shelbea Fournier, Leora Longe, Kayleigh Richard, Jordyn Trowt, Winter Nakos, Katelyn Longe, Alyssa Bird, Jazmyn Dix, Hannah Sullivan, and JV coach James Anderson. Missing from the photo is Paige Cunningham. Photo by Randy Captiani
WHITINGHAM- For the Twin Valley girls’ varsity basketball team, success during the upcoming season will probably come down to scoring.   According to Wildcat coach Buddy Hayford, the 2019-2020 team needs to reverse the negative point differential that hindered last season’s squad.
“We...
Twin Valley seniors Eric Bolognani , Lucas Messing, Jack Kehoe, Owen Grinold, Jack McHale, and Casey Sibilia were recognized at the Leland & Gray game in October.
Twin Valley seniors Eric Bolognani , Lucas Messing, Jack Kehoe, Owen Grinold, Jack McHale, and Casey Sibilia were recognized at the Leland & Gray game in October. Photo by Randy Capitani
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley Middle High School boys’ varsity soccer awards were handed out Wednesday evening at the school. It was a banner year for the Wildcats, who finished the season 14-2-1 and won the Vermont D4 championship with a 4-1 win over Arlington.
Twin Valley team awards...
SOUTHERN VERMONT- Green Mountain National Forest officials are recommending that snowmobilers exercise caution when operating on the National Forest, and all lands, in Vermont this winter. GMNF officials remind snowmobile enthusiasts to heed all gates and signs and to stay off roads and trails...
Molly Corse, center, flanked by her father Wayne Corse, right, and friend Justin Cameron after completing the New York City Marathon on November 3.
Molly Corse, center, flanked by her father Wayne Corse, right, and friend Justin Cameron after completing the New York City Marathon on November 3.
WHITINGHAM-  More than 53,000 people participated in the New York City Marathon on a beautiful day in early November.  But for the community she grew up in, her family, friends, and supporters, this was Molly’s marathon.
Molly Corse, in the eyes of her father, Wayne Corse, and the village...
Picnic tables were buried at Mount Snow on Monday. During the storm, 23 inches fell at the Dover resort, more than any other ski area in Vermont.                                         Courtesy VSAA
Picnic tables were buried at Mount Snow on Monday. During the storm, 23 inches fell at the Dover resort, more than any other ski area in Vermont. Courtesy VSAA
VERMONT- The state has had another fantastic start to the ski and ride season. The storm that hit the East Coast on Sunday evening into early Tuesday morning brought significant snowfall to Vermont’s southern ski areas. The northern areas received some of the storm’s bounty, coating the trees and...
RUTLAND– US Forest Service officials are encouraging the public to purchase Christmas tree removal permits should they be interested in a $5 tree for the holidays.
This is a one-time opportunity to cut down a Christmas tree on national forest land during the 2019 holiday season. Christmas...
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley girls’ varsity soccer team held its award evening last week.
The 2019 season ended up one of the best for the Twin Valley girls in a number of years. The team finished with a 6-9-1 record.  They earned the seventh seed in the Vermont D4 tournament. They also...
VERMONT- Every year snowmobile trails in Vermont open on December 16 and close on April 15, as required by Vermont law. But, according to the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers, it is really up to the local clubs to officially open up their own trail system based on snowfall and trail...
 Ella Dubin, of Northfield, MA; Tanya Wheeler, of Wilmington; and Addie Boutin, of Essex Junction, were among the Vermont 4-H club members who took part in the hippology contest at the Northeast Regional 4-H Horse Contest.                                                         
Photo by Amanda Turgeon
Ella Dubin, of Northfield, MA; Tanya Wheeler, of Wilmington; and Addie Boutin, of Essex Junction, were among the Vermont 4-H club members who took part in the hippology contest at the Northeast Regional 4-H Horse Contest. Photo by Amanda Turgeon
SOUTH WINDSOR, CT- Vermont 4-H had a strong presence at the Northeast Regional 4-H Horse Contest on October 27, with 29 youths taking part in the various competitions.
The annual event serves as a warm-up for delegates competing at Eastern National 4-H Horse Roundup in Louisville, KY, in...

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