Shelburne to provide school resource officer: Champlain Valley School District finalizing contract with police

By MADELINE HUGHES The Champlain Valley School District board gave its approval Tuesday night for school administrators to contract with the Shelburne Police Department to hire a school resource officer for the district. The three-year contract will cost the district about $85,000 a year. During the summer, school administrators talked with officials from Hinesburg, Shelburne,… Read More »

John McClaughry: 16 questions for candidates

By JOHN MCCLAUGHRY Here are 16 incisive questions that citizens might want to pose to candidates for governor, lieutenant governor and the Legislature as Election Day 2018 approaches: 1. School Spending Control: Do you believe the state should take control of all K-12 public education, reorganize school districts, mandate higher pupil-to-staff ratios, and enforce rules… Read More »

Foxes could help combat Lyme

By LINDZEY BEAL Lyme disease has spread at an alarming rate in Vermont and continues to grow. Last year, according to the Centers for Disease Control, Vermont was listed as No. 1 in the country for confirmed cases of Lyme disease and is designated as an “endemic state.” In addition, a study done by Dr.… Read More »

Mini-Metro basketball tryouts soon

Tryouts are coming up for CVU Mini-Metro Basketball League teams for boys and girls in grades 5-8. Tryouts will be held in the Champlain Valley Union High School gym for the following age groups on these dates: • 7-8 grade boys: Monday, Sept. 24, and Wenesday, Sept. 26, 7-8:30 p.m. • 7-8 grade girls: Saturday,… Read More »

CVU’s Nauheimer gets to mold young volleyball program

CVU’s Nauheimer gets to mold young volleyball program

By LAUREN READ Champlain Valley Union High School’s new girls volleyball coach Jeanne Nauheimer had a unique set of circumstances on her hands. The three-year old program has seen quite a bit of success – winning the state’s inaugural championship in 2016 and finishing second last season – but the players are still just newcomers… Read More »

Archery Deer Season Starts Oct. 6

Archery Deer Season Starts Oct. 6

Vermont’s two-part archery deer season is Oct. 6 to Nov. 2, and Dec. 1-9. According to Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department officials, hunters may take up to two deer, one of which may be a legal buck (a deer with at least one antler having two or more points one inch or longer). In Vermont… Read More »

Eating Well gobbles up Cooking Light

STAFF REPORT Two popular national magazines, both focused on healthy cooking and eating, are combining into one magazine. Shelburne-based Eating Well magazine is folding in Cooking Light magazine, combining the circulation of both publications for a total of 1.775 million subscribers. Both publications are owned by Meredith Corp. based in Des Moines, Iowa. Meredith announced… Read More »

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