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Twin Valley’s Aidin Joyce, #10, goes in for a layup over Green Mountain’s Elias Stowell-Aleman. Randy Capitani
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley boys’ varsity basketball team hoped to keep the winning momentum rolling on Thursday, January 27, when they hosted the Green Mountain Chieftains. The Wildcats had just come off a scrappy win over rival Leland & Gray a few days earlier. Unfortunately for the...
Whitingham arguments on education disparities heard by justices
MONTPELIER- Attorneys in Boyd, et al., v. state of Vermont, an education funding lawsuit filed by the town of Whitingham and two of its residents, argued their case before the Vermont Supreme Court last week....
WHITINGHAM - Looking for a fresh, locally crafted alternative to Valentine’s candy and flowers? Give your sweetheart a beautifully wrapped box of homemade cookies.  
The Deerfield Valley Lions Club is now taking orders for cookie boxes. Cookies will be available for curbside pickup by...
WEST DOVER - A fire on Monday morning resulted in five fire departments and town road crews working together to extinguish the blaze, which temporarily could not be reached with water after a stone roof caved in over it. 
The fire happened at a second home on Someday Road. According to...
WHITINGHAM- Twin Valley and Leland & Gray boys’ teams met for the first time this winter. Neither team is having a banner basketball season to this point. Twin Valley came into the game with a 1-8 record and a four-game losing streak. The Rebels were 2-5 and had lost their previous two games...

Curtiss Reed Jr. Courtesy iamavermonter.org
WHITINGHAM - In the wake of a complaint filed by the ACLU of Vermont, which alleges that Twin Valley Middle High School failed to protect a Black student who was the target of racist bullying, local leader Curtiss Reed Jr. says it is on the community to take an active role in forging change with...
WHITINGHAM - The Whitingham Selectboard held a flurry of special meetings throughout January related to their ongoing sewer project. The meetings were sparked by a rebid proposal the board believed was unaffordable for users.
At an emergency meeting Monday, January 3, at 6:30 pm, the board...

Vermont Supreme Court Justices will hear an appeal in Boyd, et al, on Wednesday, January 26.
MONTPELIER- The Vermont Supreme Court will hear arguments in an appeal of a lower court ruling in an education funding lawsuit filed by the town of Whitingham.  
Originally filed in 2017, the suit claims three plaintiffs, Whitingham student Sadie Boyd, Whitingham taxpayer Madeline Klein,...
VERMONT- Over the past few weeks COVID-19 cases in Vermont have increased drastically. The Deerfield Valley has been no exception. Nearly every business and town has been affected. 
According to the Vermont Department of Health, confirmed cases peaked on Friday, January 7. Vermont reported...

Residents packed the Twin Valley Middle High School auditorium for the March 3, 2020, Whitingham Town Meeting. File photo/RC
WHITINGHAM - The Whitingham Selectboard discussed Town Meeting options at their regular meeting Wednesday, December 29. The discussion came in the midst of record-breaking cases of COVID-19 due to outbreaks of the Omicron variant.
It was also sparked by the beginning of the 2022 Vermont...

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