CVU grapplers overcome obstacles, place fourth

CVU grapplers overcome obstacles, place fourth

The CVU wrestling team placed fourth at the Northern Vermont Athletic Conference Team Dual Championships on Saturday, Feb. 9 at St. Johnsbury Academy, despite a significant number of individual injuries and illnesses. “I’m really proud of our wrestlers for their individual contributions to our 2-2 outcome on the day,” said Coach Gunnar Olson. “This is… Read More »

Voting for Aaron Kimball and Keith Roberts

We will be voting for incumbent Aaron Kimball and former school board member Keith Roberts for the Hinesburg Selectboard. While Keith would be a newcomer to the selectboard, both candidates have the experience necessary to balance our large list of needs and wants with our limited financial and staff resources. Aaron and Keith listen to… Read More »

Correction

In the curling story that appeared in the Feb. 7 editions of Shelburne News and The Citizen, there was an error regarding who buys the drinks after a match. It is the winners who buy the losers the first round after a game.

Gruendling finalist for Community Spirit Award

Gruendling finalist for Community Spirit Award

Kate Gruendling of Shelburne was selected as a 2019 Distinguished Finalist for the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, a nationwide program honoring young people for outstanding acts of volunteerism. A junior at Champlain Valley Union High School, Gruendling organized a virtual 5K race team in her community to par-ticipate in a 9/11 Heroes Run. Along… Read More »

More than the blues – many layers to depression and its treatment

More than the blues – many layers to depression and its treatment

By Dr. JOSEPH LASEK, MD Everyone experiences sadness, which is a normal and healthy reaction to stressful life events.  However, in any given year, nearly a quarter of all adults experience some form of depression. When does ordinary sadness become concerning? When does it require professional attention? Depression is a persistent, disabling state during which… Read More »

Respect, protect and support our elders

By Vt. Attorney General T. J. DONOVAN Just as young parents rightly prioritize the health and well-being of our children, at mid-life we also begin thinking more about the health and well-being of our own parents. By 2030, Vermont will be one of the oldest states – if not the oldest state – in the… Read More »

Hinesburg Police Log

Feb. 3 1:53 p.m. An officer responded to Tyler Bridge Road for a noise complaint regarding gunfire. Feb. 4 11:10 p.m. An officer responded to Kaileys Way for a reported family fight. It was determined to be a verbal argument only. Feb. 5 10:15 a.m. An officer responded to Place Road West for a tractor-trailer… Read More »

News from Charlotte Library

Looking for information about the library addition? Stop in to get the latest details about our plans! Mental Health discussion: Risk & Resilience Wednesday, Feb. 20, 7 p.m., Carpenter-Carse Library, Hinesburg Join us for a panel discussion with experts in anxiety treatment, suicide prevention, and resilience building. Learn about what to look for (signs and… Read More »

Healing Winter’s Wounds

By SABRINA EVARTS Frozen court ladies sit silently on a rock ledge above the road: silvery white drapery flows down from their knees in solid folds, And caught in their ashen hair of skeleton branches A golden leaf or two flutters nervously Soon, slips of ice will shrink back And cracked walls of rock will… Read More »

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