‘Wanton waste’ killing vs. safeguarding wildlife — Brenna Galdenzi

UVM’s Center for Rural Studies included the following question in their 2017 Vermonter Poll: “Vermont wildlife policies allow certain species, including coyotes, crows, porcupines, skunks and weasels to be killed without limit even when there is no intent to consume or use the remains. This is called ‘wanton waste’ killing. Should Vermont wildlife policies prohibit… Read More »

Introducing the Champlain Valley School District

Introducing the Champlain Valley School District

From the CVSD Board of Directors Dear CVSD Community, We are thrilled to include you on this new journey. As part of our ongoing effort to stay connected to you, the board of the new Champlain Valley School District is crafting a series of articles on a variety of education-related topics. These articles will follow… Read More »

Business notes

NEFCU Shred Fests destroy over 30 tons of documents and data New England Federal Credit Union announced that its three Shred Fest events this year have destroyed a total of over 65,000 pounds of documents and 274 computer hard drives. The Williston-based credit union conducts three of the free events for the general public in an… Read More »

Champlain College student develops Abenaki artist app

Champlain College senior Dustin Lapierre has designed a new android device application called Vermont Abenaki Artists Association released by the Google Play store. A computer science and innovation major with a minor in foreign languages, Lapierre said the project was a perfect fit for his skills and interests. “I was very excited to get a… Read More »

Shelburne gallery hosts Vt. naturalist painter’s works

Shelburne gallery hosts Vt. naturalist painter’s works

Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery in Shelburne presents “Origins: Recent Paintings by Adelaide Murphy Tyrol,” Sept. 29 – Nov. 25 with an opening reception Sept. 29, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Adelaide Murphy Tyrol is an accomplished artist whose paintings have been displayed in numerous shows, galleries and museums. She works primarily out of her studios in Plainfield and New… Read More »

Under control

Under control

  GIRLS SOCCER Champlain Valley 2, Burlington 0: Champlain Valley came up with two 2-0 wins this week to run their undefeated streak to three games. Ali Bisaccia and Charlotte Hill both struck for goals in the final 30 minutes to get the win over Burlington on Saturday afternoon. Natalie Durieux had an assist on… Read More »

CVU Spirit Day to raise funds for hurricane relief

Saturday is Champlain Valley Union High School’s Spirit Day and the Student Council hopes the occasion can raise funds to support relief efforts for those hit by hurricanes Harvey and Irma through Global Giving online. On Saturday, all of the school’s athletic teams are competing in sporting events and participating in this fundraiser. People are… Read More »

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