Walking toward a cure

Walking toward a cure

Above: Members of the 501st Legion and Rebel Legion (in Star Wars stormtrooper costumes) stand out in the crowd at the Walk to End Alzheimer’s Sunday at Shelburne Museum. More 1,800 people participated in the event, raising $265,378 toward a goal of $305,000. The walk is the nonprofit’s largest public awareness event to raise funds… 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 »

It’s legal now: Smoke shop opens in Shelburne

It’s legal now: Smoke shop opens in Shelburne

By MADELINE HUGHES There’s a new storefront at the corner of Shelburne and Hullcrest roads. The front window is decked with a neon “open” sign and a hand-drawn poster. Inside, Bob Marley tunes play in the background and art hangs on the walls. South Burlington artist and entrepreneur Jordan Holstein sits behind a counter in… Read More »

Calendar

Calendar

COMMUNITY BRISTOL Art on Main Silent Auction Sept. 22: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Art on Main’s annual fall fundraising silent auction happens during Bristol Harvest Fest. Bid on jewelry, ceramics, paintings, prints, textiles, books, Vermont food products, gift certificates for local restaurants, healing arts, lodging, cultural events, skiing, etc. Information: artonmain.net. BURLINGTON Oakledge Park… Read More »

State grant helps Lake Iroquois watershed

State grant helps Lake Iroquois watershed

By MADELINE HUGHES The Lake Iroquois Association is wrapping up a summer project aimed at improving a stream flowing into the lake near Pine Shore Drive in Hinesburg. Pine Shore Drive is a gravel road that leads from Pond Road downhill to a lakeside neighborhood. The runoff from the road and nearby retention pond needed… Read More »

Arts director scores state award

Arts director scores state award

By MADELINE HUGHES Allison Coyne Carroll’s work comes with many rewards. Sometimes the reward is seeing students and faculty from China overjoyed as they hear live music from their homeland played in Vermont, on the other side of the world. Another time, it might be when a Lithuanian student gets to speak in her native… Read More »

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