CVU Girls head to semifinals

CVU Girls head to semifinals

UPDATE: CVU girls handily got past North Country Wednesday night 49-29, meaning they have a spot at center court Sunday at 2 p.m. for the D-1 girls basketball championship. It’s the 8th straight final for CVU, as they defend their title against St. J. at UVM’s Patrick Gym. A third-quarter rally pushed No. 2 Champlain… Read More »

Police search CVU student’s home; no threat found

Police search CVU student’s home; no threat found

By Mike Donoghue Police raided the Shelburne home of a 15-year-old Champlain Valley Union High School student today after police say they received two unrelated tips from other students about a possible school shooting. The search found nothing to indicate any immediate means to carry out any threat at CVU, said Hinesburg Community Police Chief… Read More »

Maplefields application withdrawn

The engineering firm representing R.L. Vallee Inc. in the design of a Maplefields store and gas station proposed for Charlotte has withdrawn the company’s permit application. In a letter to zoning officials last week, David Marshall of the South Burlington firm Civil Engineering Associates Inc., explained that a recent meeting with Vermont Agency of Transportation… Read More »

Thoughts and prayers? No. Do something.

EDITORIAL A pox on the politicians who have allowed American schools to become charnel houses, on the lobbyists who have turned the Second Amendment into a perverted religion, on the leaders who offer “thoughts and prayers” and do absolutely nothing to prevent the next school shooting. In 2012, when 20 children ages 6 and 7,… Read More »

Maplefields development application withdrawn over traffic concerns

By MARK KOBZIK An engineering firm representing R.L. Vallee Inc. in the design of a proposed new Maplefields in Charlotte has told the town Zoning Board to withdraw the project’s permit application. In a letter to zoning officials Thursday, David Marshall of the South Burlington firm Civil Engineering Associates Inc., explained that a recent meeting… Read More »

CVU gymnasts stick #1 landing

CVU gymnasts stick #1 landing

The Champlain Valley Union gymnastics team has waited 12 years for a chance to take down powerhouse Essex. They have waited 29 years to see themselves once again named Vermont state champions. On Saturday, the wait was over. The Redhawks earned a team score of 142.325 to beat the 12-time defending state champs and win… Read More »

CVU grad, ski legend makes Vermont Sports Hall of Fame

Hillary Engisch-Klein, a Champlain Valley Union High School graduate, was among 11 Vermont athletes named as inductees to the Vermont Sports Hall of Fame during an announcement on Tuesday at Saint Michael’s College. Engisch-Klein, a native of Williston, was “the dominant force in emerging sport of women’s mogul skiing” according to press release from the… Read More »

Charlotte Rescue helps free trapped teens after car hits tree, rolls, lands on ice

A Charlotte Rescue assisted at a one-car nighttime accident in Ferrisburgh that left two injured Addison County teenagers trapped in a Subaru on ice, according to state police. The accident happened just after 10:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 26, near the fishing access on Hawkins Road in Ferrisburgh, state police Cpl. Michelle LeBlanc of the New… Read More »

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