Tai Chi for Arthritis returns to Hinesburg

Champlain Valley Area on Aging’s (CVAA) Tai Chi for Arthritis, a falls prevention program, has been cited in the top tier by the Centers for Disease Control and Injury Prevention as one of the most effective falls prevention strategies. Tai Chi involves very slow, purposeful movements in coordination with breathing and muscle activity, which in… Read More »

redhawks recap

redhawks recap

Redhawks hockey season ends with 2-1 loss The fifth seeded BFA-St. Albans upset higher seed Champlain Valley Union 2-1 on Chad Littlefield’s breakaway goal in double overtime to end the Redhawks season on Wednesday, Feb. 25 in South Burlington. CVU’s Jonny Daggett scored in the second period. Boys basketball completes season Although Chris Reiss led… Read More »

Love to run: Cupid 5k results

Love to run: Cupid 5k results

Over 80 runners, regardless of relationship status, participated in Racevermont.com’s second annual Cupid 5K on Saturday, Feb. 14 in Shelburne. Following the race, participants socialized with a prospective like-minded runners over complimentary hot chocolate, or not. The results for residents are as follows: Sean Fleming of Charlotte finished third in 19:00.1, Julia Schofield of Charlotte… Read More »

Covering the Field: Introducing Emma Putre

Covering the Field: Introducing Emma Putre

Emma Putre is a leader. “Emma has always been athletically talented but this year she blossomed as a leader,” began Champlain Valley Union (CVU) head alpine ski coach Mike Minnerly. “Emma works hard on her own, is a team player, and a great role model. She is the poster child for alpine skiing. And even… Read More »

Former CVU Athletic Director bound for VPA Hall Of Fame

by Mal Boright Kevin Riell, the late Champlain Valley Union (CVU) High School athletic director, will be one of 12 inductees into the Vermont Principals’ Association (VPA) Hall of Fame May 1 in the state’s capital city. Riell, who passed away suddenly in December, had been a fixture at CVU since 1986 as a coach,… Read More »

Cochran’s hosts Nordic Ski Cross Race Challenge

Cochran’s hosts Nordic Ski Cross Race Challenge

Come one come all to the first Nordic Ski Cross Race in New England for all ages at Cochran’s Ski Area on March 15 beginning with at kids’ race at 11 am. Not interested in racing? This festive and competitive race is spectator friendly. Plan to come watch and bring the entire family. Register online… Read More »

redhawks recap

redhawks recap

Redhawks place third in State gymnastic meet CVU’s Jackie Casson placed fourth in bar and sixth in the all-around to help lead the Redhawks to a third place finish at the high school gymnastics state championships on Saturday, Feb. 21 at Essex High School. Redhawks advance to basketball semifinals After a dominating win over Spaulding… Read More »

Hinesburg 4-H practices injections, needle felting

Hinesburg 4-H practices injections, needle felting

by Club Reporter Hannah Cleveland The Hinesburg 4-H Club has been working hard this winter. In an effort to learn more about sheep health, the group got together in January to learn about giving injections. All members practiced their skills with a real syringe on a clementine. The club met at the Hestholl Icelandic Sheep… Read More »

Covering the Field: Introducing Greg Talbert

Covering the Field: Introducing Greg Talbert

by Sheri Duff “The two words I would use to describe Greg Talbert are driven and intense,” began Champlain Valley Union (CVU) head boys ice hockey coach Mike Murray. “I know this will sound cliché but goalies are a different breed. Greg wants to succeed. We have a fairly young team and the guys feed… Read More »

redhawks recap

redhawks recap

by Sheri Duff CVU loses CSB Cup, beats Colchester The Rebels snapped Champlain Valley’s six-game winning streak and took home the CSB Cup with a 3-0 win on Wednesday, Feb. 11 in South Burlington. Greg Talbert finished the night with 15 saves. There was no love lost against the Lakers when CVU skated past Colchester… Read More »

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