Future governor?

Future governor?

Cadette Girl Scout Liliane Gordon, 12,  of Hinesburg was inspired to one day run for governor after the Learn to Lead Girl Scout Legislative Day on Sept. 22. In the photo above she is campaigning for a mock election the Girl Scouts held as part of their activities at the Statehouse, where girls learned about… Read More »

Cream of the crop

Cream of the crop

Right: Barre racer Jason Corliss (No. 66 front) edged out Hinesburg’s Bobby Therrien (No. 5 back) in the final corner of the final lap of Sunday’s 56th Vermont Milk Bowl at Thunder Road Speedbowl. The pair sat tied in the 5th and 6th spots going into the third and final 50-lap segment, with Therrien in… Read More »

CVU principal, two district teachers honored

CVU principal, two district teachers honored

By MADELINE HUGHES Last week Champlain Valley Union High School Principal Adam Bunting visited Washington D.C. as a perk that came with being honored as the Vermont Principal of the Year. Bunting quietly accepted the award in August at the Vermont Principals Association meeting, where he was recognized for his work in personalized and proficiency-based… Read More »

Redhawks rule the pitches and courts

Redhawks rule the pitches and courts

By LAUREN READ GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY The Champlain Valley Union girls cross country team traveled back from the Manchester Invitational in New Hampshire with a trophy. The CVU girls finished in the top spot in the Manchester Invitational on Saturday, with Alice Larson and Ella Whitman each earning a place in the top 7 to… Read More »

Local bike races raise funds for nonprofits

Local bike races raise funds for nonprofits

STAFF REPORT Two recent fundraiser bike rides have announced their results, which added up to thousands of dollars for their charitable causes. The fifth annual Cycle 4 CMT bike ride and walk held Aug. 26 raised $150,000, according to organizer Chris Ouellette. That brings to $800,000 the five-year total that the event has collected to… Read More »

Practice makes perfect

Practice makes perfect

Photos by Lee Krohn The Charlotte Volunteer Fire and Rescue Family Fun Fair brought some excitement to the center of town Saturday. Close to 100 guests visited the fire station for live burn demos; lunch; and a dramatic staged car crash victim removal, which ended in the mock patient cheerfully being flown away in a… Read More »

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 »