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VERMONT- Girls on the Run, a statewide nonprofit organization for girls in third through eighth grades, has  named Christine Beall, of Burlington, as the incoming board chair effective January 1. Beall is vice president and financial advisor at Morgan Stanley and has served on the GOTRVT...
WHITINGHAM- It was Wildcats versus Wildcats Thursday evening, as Twin Valley hosted one of the top girls’ basketball teams in the Southern Vermont League. The visiting White River Valley Wildcats lived up to their billing with a 65-22 win over the host Wildcats.  
Twin Valley has had...

Twin Valley’s Brayden Brown, with ball, was challenged by Bellows Falls througout Thursday’s game. He led all scorers with 23 points, including some crucial free throws in the closing minutes. Facebook
CHESTER- The Twin Valley boys’ varsity took care of business at the Green Mountain Holiday tournament with a 51-48 win over Bellows Falls in Thursday’s championship game.  It was a back-and-forth game with a number of lead changes, but the Wildcats hung tough and were able to come out with the...
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley girls had their first home game of the season Tuesday evening, after playing their opening three games on the road. It was local rival Leland & Gray who came to visit, and the Rebels also came to play, beating the Wildcats 46-24.  
Both teams had trouble...
The Twin Valley girls’ varsity, back row from left, coach James Anderson, Taylor Sprague, Alanna Bevilacqua, Elizabeth Barber, and Kate Oyer. Front row, Juliette Garcy, Bianca Place, and Ella Martinez. Missing was Camryn Ammon.                           
Photo by Randy Capitani
The Twin Valley girls’ varsity, back row from left, coach James Anderson, Taylor Sprague, Alanna Bevilacqua, Elizabeth Barber, and Kate Oyer. Front row, Juliette Garcy, Bianca Place, and Ella Martinez. Missing was Camryn Ammon. Photo by Randy Capitani
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley girls’ varsity is seeking to improve during the new basketball season.  While the team will only dress eight this season, the Wildcats have a solid mix of veteran players and newcomers.
Coach James Anderson is entering his third season at the helm of the...
The Twin Valley boys’ varsity, back row from left, Chris Eckert, Brian Sullivan, Noah Dornburgh, Steven Oyer, Seth Wrathall, and Brayden Brown. Front row, Hunter Roth, Niko Gerding, Cody Magnant, Tucker Magnant, and Kaelyn Lackey.                       
Photo by Chris Brown
The Twin Valley boys’ varsity, back row from left, Chris Eckert, Brian Sullivan, Noah Dornburgh, Steven Oyer, Seth Wrathall, and Brayden Brown. Front row, Hunter Roth, Niko Gerding, Cody Magnant, Tucker Magnant, and Kaelyn Lackey. Photo by Chris Brown
WHITINGHAM- Twin Valley basketball coach Chris Brown said this fall he couldn’t wait for the start of the boys’ hoops season. He was excited about the veteran players returning and the young players coming up from the middle school and junior varsity teams.   Now that the season is here, Brown...
SOUTHERN VERMONT- The winners of the Rising Stars recognition award were announced by Vermont Business Magazine this week. Forty winners under the age of 40 were selected by a panel of judges based on a commitment to business growth, professional excellence, and community involvement. This year...
John Caldwell will join the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum’s speaker series on December 7.             Courtesy ISHA
John Caldwell will join the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum’s speaker series on December 7. Courtesy ISHA
STOWE- The Red Bench Speaker Series presents “One-on-One with the Father of Cross-Country Skiing, John Caldwell” on Thursday, December 7, at 7 pm via Zoom.
John Caldwell competed in the 1952 Winter Olympics and later became a cross-country ski coach. He ultimately became the authority on...
VERMONT- Ski Vermont announces the return of its popular Fifth Grade Passport Program for the 2023-2024 ski season. The passport program provides access to 20 alpine ski areas and 24 cross-country areas, with more than 90 days of skiing and riding for any fifth grade student.
The Ski...
JAMAICA- The US Army Corps of Engineers announced recently that the Winhall Brook Camping Area, located within the reservoir lands at Ball Mountain Lake, will not be open for any period during the 2024 recreation season. USACE officials said major flood rehabilitation work due to flooding earlier...

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