Tri-Town Bike Loop Proposal Gets Community Support

By PORTER BOWMAN

October 11, 2018


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A highly anticipated Triangle Bike Loop is becoming a potential reality for Addison County.

Dead Creek Wildlife Day: Celebrating Vermont’s Environment

Dead Creek Wildlife Day: Celebrating Vermont’s  Environment

By COURTNEY CRAWFORD

October 11, 2018


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Dead Creek Wildlife Day: A day of environmental stewardship for all ages and interests.

VT Folklife Center Explores Grass-Roots Food Movement with ‘Growing Food, Growing Farmers’

VT Folklife Center Explores Grass-Roots Food Movement with ‘Growing Food, Growing Farmers’

By NINA CRUZ

October 11, 2018


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The "Growing Food, Growing Farmers" project at the VT Folklife Center displays local farmers in Rutland County.

Ban the Bag? Middlebury Considers Town-Wide Ban on Single-Use Plastic Bags

Ban the Bag? Middlebury Considers Town-Wide Ban on Single-Use Plastic Bags

By BENJAMIN GLASS

October 4, 2018


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Middlebury added to the list of Vermont towns attempting to ban single-use plastic bags.

Squirrels Gone Nuts! A Northeast Population Boom

Squirrels Gone Nuts!  A Northeast Population Boom

By JONAH RYAN

October 4, 2018


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Middlebury witnesses influx in the squirrel population.

No Whey Out: National Tariffs Affect VT Dairy Industry

By BRIDGET COLLITON

October 4, 2018


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Chinese Tariffs impact Vermont Dairy Industry.

Doughboys and Flyboys: Sheldon Museum Commemorates Middlebury’s Contributions to WWI

Doughboys and Flyboys: Sheldon Museum Commemorates Middlebury’s  Contributions to WWI

By WILL SIMPSON

October 4, 2018


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Commemoration of Middlebury's contributions to WWI.

Enrollment in VT Colleges on the Decline

By ARIADNE WILL

October 4, 2018


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Downward trend in Vermont college enrollment.

CROP Hunger Walk: Middlebury Marches to Fight Food Insecurity

CROP Hunger Walk: Middlebury Marches to Fight Food Insecurity

By AMELIA POLLARD

October 2, 2018


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On Sunday, Sept. 30, local community members, students and President Laurie Patton all gathered for a 2.8-mile walk to raise money for seven local non-profit organizations.

Guns: New Vt. Law Permits Seizure of Firearms from Suspected Abusers

Guns: New Vt. Law Permits Seizure of Firearms from Suspected Abusers

By MARIA KAOURIS

September 27, 2018


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School shooting threat in Vermont segues to tighter gun laws.

The Bristol Harvest Festival: A Day of Sales, Crafts, Music and Pie

The Bristol Harvest Festival: A Day of Sales, Crafts, Music and Pie

By NICOLE POLLACK

September 27, 2018


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BRISTOL — Vendors, crafters, ponies and musicians braved a cold and drizzly morning in Bristol on Saturday, Sept. 22, gathering early on the Town Green to set up for the 20th annual Harvest Festival.  “I had this big picnic blanket wrapped around me,” said Sarah Bevere, age nine, who helped ...

Let Equality Bloom: Activism Festival Urges Civic Engagement

By NORA PEACHIN

September 27, 2018


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Well-attended festival included everything from activism trainings to live music.

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