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The youngest of nine children, he grew up on Newman Street in Winter Harbor and attended Winter Harbor schools until he was a junior in high school when his family moved to Ellsworth for the winter...
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If a new deal is struck this week between B.C. teachers and the provincial government, then Shane Sommerfeld, Peter McCall and Mike Godwin will no longer have to watch their teams play from a...
2014/09/17 07:57
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It was recently announced in the Herald that the fair would be reduced to six days starting next year. I would question if this is enough of a reduction. It seems to me that a more appropriate length...
2014/09/17 07:57
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New leadership needed for fair After working for the Vermont State Fair this year, I was encouraged to apply to become a member of the Rutland County Agricultural Society. First, I must address Don...
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Just to put a few things in perspective about the planning and implementation of the 169th Vermont State Fair and place appropriate credit where it rightly should be, I offer the following. From...
2014/09/17 07:57
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Man denied bail in death of daughter’s boyfriend MONTPELIER � A Vermont man accused of killing his daughter�s boyfriend and burying his body beneath a manure pile is staying in jail for now. The...
2014/09/17 07:57
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RICHARD'S POOR ALMANACK: Dutch father of microbiology Antonie van Leeuwenhoek discovers the existence of one-celled organisms; in 1967, The Doors are booked to play the Ed Sullivan show; in 1858,...
2014/09/17 05:35
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ADAM SAMROV, Sports Editor BENNINGTON -- When all was said and done at Willow Park after the cross-country race hosted by Mount Anthony Union High School, the Stratton Mountain School teams had...
2014/09/17 05:35
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New state secretary of education opens a conversation on school system DEREK CARSON, Staff Writer MANCHESTER -- Vermont's new secretary of education introduced herself to many local school board...
2014/09/17 04:38
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Here are Tuesday's results from across KELOLAND. College Volleyball Wayne State 3 vs. Augustana 2 SMSU 3 vs. USF 0 Northern State 3 vs. MSU-Moorhead 1 Mount Mercy 2 vs. Dordt 1 Mitchell 2 vs....
2014/09/17 02:09
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Rutland � Developer Clealand B. Blair Jr. will submit new plans for the Brice-Lemon subdivision, putting a 7-year-old handshake agreement into writing. At a joint meeting Tuesday of the Board of...
2014/09/16 23:23
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There was another protest over a new Vermont Gas pipeline stretching from Chittenden County to Rutland. Raymond Micklon, 53, and David Przepioski, 55, both of Craftsbury Common, were arrested Tuesday...
2014/09/16 22:23
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The Vermont State Fair has had its share of troubles with financial issues, leadership changes, a lawsuit and now stolen property. The Master Gardeners of Rutland County reported that 30 flowering...
2014/09/16 15:51
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Scots cannot trust this blind optimism THE Yes campaigners in the Scottish referendum claim that all the talk of not having a proper currency and of banks and big business leaving is simply a scare...
2014/09/16 15:45
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PEOPLE.. THREE VERMONTERS ARE BACK FROM ALBERTA, CANADA WHERE THEY TOOK PART IN A "HEALING WALK" WITH THE FIRST NATIONS PEOPLE.. IT WAS A WALK PROTESTING TAR SANDS MINING. THE CONTROVERSIAL FUEL IS...
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RIPLEY – Lane Cox hit a pair of two-run home runs as the Dale Pirates run-ruled Ripley 10-0 in four innings on the road Monday for their third straight win. Cox hit one out in the first and the...
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Gala celebration for very best of Norfolk’s food and drink industryThe EDP Norfolk Food and Drink awards at the Norfolk Showground. Richard Woolliams, left, and Sarah De Chair, Picture: DENISE...
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The announcement by the Burlington Electric Department that it now receives 100 percent of its electricity power from renewable sources is a hopeful sign that progress is possible in the effort to...
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Western rail corridor suffers setback MONTPELIER � A Vermont Transportation Agency official said Monday he was disappointed the state didn�t get a federal grant that would have helped complete an...
2014/09/16 06:35
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Select Board hears both sides of housing issue at lengthy meeting KEITH WHITCOMB JR., Staff Writer BENNINGTON -- Both those for and against a proposed $5.5 million housing project turned out to...
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