Vermont bald eagles nest, breed successfully in 2018

Vermont bald eagles nest, breed successfully in 2018

This was another successful year for Vermont’s bald eagles with 23 known nesting pairs producing at least 33 young, according to the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department.  The bald eagle remains on the list of species protected under Vermont’s state endangered species law, but its continued recovery success may enable it to be delisted within… Read More »

CVU athletes added to all-star teams

CVU athletes added to all-star teams

By LAUREN READ The Vermont Soccer Coaches Association released the high school boys soccer all-state teams and Division I state champion Champlain Valley Union was well represented. Four CVU players were named to the Division I all-state team and coach Rob Cole was name Large School Coach of the Year after leading the Redhawks to… Read More »

Still running: Redhawks x-c girls headed to Oregon

Still running: Redhawks x-c girls headed to Oregon

By LAUREN READ Nothing the Champlain Valley Union girls cross country team had accomplished this season could prepare them for the end of the Nike Cross Northeast Regionals on Saturday in Wappinger Falls, N.Y. State championships and record point totals meant nothing as CVU tried to book a spot in the Nike Cross national championships… Read More »

Stick season turns to winter

Stick season turns to winter

This week’s snowfall added to the blanket of snow building along the Hinesburg recreation trails. The weather forecast calls for alternating snow and rain showers in the first few days of December.

Lane Gibson: Making music heard around the world

Lane Gibson: Making music heard around the world

By PHYL NEWBECK Lane Gibson spent almost four decades as a professional musician. “I always enjoyed being in the recording studio,” he said. “I found that environment exciting and fascinating and in the back of my mind was a wish to be morphed into that end of the business.” Shortly after Charles Eller started his… Read More »

All-star season has a few Redhawks still in the game

All-star season has a few Redhawks still in the game

By LAUREN READ It was North vs. South on Saturday at Castleton University and Champlain Valley Union’s Bennett Cheer helped lead the North to a 57-35 win in the Vermont senior all-star football game. St. Johnsbury quarterback Jake Cady paced the North team, going 26 of 36 for 442 yards and four touchdowns and he… Read More »

Rotary breakfast honors local veterans

Rotary breakfast honors local veterans

The Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary on Nov. 14 honored its members who are veterans, along with local veterans who helped create the Veterans Monument in Shelburne. Rotarian Colleen Haag chronicled the research and outreach that brought the monument project to reality, Rotarian Sam Feitelberg, a leader of the monument project, introduced the veterans and spoke… Read More »

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