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Champlain awards local students

Amanda Vincent of New Havenwas honored at Champlain College’s annual awards dinner.

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Tully Road burglary investigated

The Vermont State Police at the New Haven Barracks are investigating a burglary of a residence located on Tully Road in Cornwall.

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Construction starts on Route 125 bridge

Vermont Route 125 Bridge 13 in Middlebury

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Vermont vineyard receives top honors in int'l wine competition

Shelburne Vineyard won top honors in the Finger Lakes International Wine Competition in Rochester, N.Y.

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Congratulations! Vergennes Union High School Third Quarter Honor Roll, 2013-14.

Vergennes Union High School: Third Quarter Honor Roll, 2013-14.

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Spring for the Animals | Adopt a Pet - Make a Friend at the Humane Society

Rutland County Humane Society

Our “Spring for the Animals” 2014 online auction is well underway and will close for bidding on Monday, April 28.

A handsome, smart and affectionate boy | Addison County Homeward Bound

“Hi! I’m Jack.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Meet Phil Heitkamp

The Vermont Eagle salutes Phil Heitkamp of Weybridge who supervised the MUHS students that voluntered at the Congregational Church during the Addison County Days of Caring in 2013.

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All-star jazz lineup headlines Middlebury concert

Acclaimed performer, composer, and educator Miles Donahue will lead an all-star lineup of jazz players in a public concert on May 2, 8 p.m., at the Middlebury Mahaney Center for the Arts.

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Vermont snowmobile season concludes

The 2013-14 snowmobile season came to an end April 15, a day before a spring storm dumped up to 8 inches of snow in some parts of central Vermont.

A job well done is worth doing | Thoughts from Behind the Pressline

A recent survey by the website CareerCast.com came up with a list of the 10 most desirable careers and rounded out the report with the 10 worst careers.

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Rutland's 2014 Home & Recreation Show is official kick off to the season

Free admission to annual event

Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Southern Vermont will host the 17th Annual Home & Recreation Show. The show will be held on Saturday, April 26th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Spartan Arena which is located behind Diamond Run Mall on U.S. Route 7 South in Rutland.

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Vermont auto students compete for chance at scholarship dollars

Auto Skills Competition 2014

Innovation and ingenuity will be on display at the New England Dragway in Epping New Hampshire as the brightest young automotive minds from Northern New England gather to compete for millions of dollars in scholarships and prizes in the Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills competition.

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Guest Viewpoint: Trouble on the school board

During my 52 years as an educator I have watched the educational system of our nation getting worse and worse. This is not only visible at the public school level, from kindergarten through high school, but also in higher education.

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Farming in Vermont: Plowing the old-fashioned way

Understory Farm in Sudbury, Vt.

First-season farmer Gregory Witscher didn’t let a holiday get in the way of field work.

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Guest Viewpoint: Changing the status quo in Vermont

Last month I became executive director of an organization which I believe is positioned to affect measurable, positive change. Since its founding just a two years ago, Campaign for Vermont has grown from an idea into a productive, effective organization.

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VUHS selects Boys-Girls State delegates

The Vergennes American Legion Post 14 will be sponsoring four VUHS delegates to the Green Mountain Boys’ State held June 15-20 on the campus of Lyndon State College in Lyndonville, Vermont: Dana Ambrose, Erik Eisenhower, Liam Hayes, and Lucas Paquin.

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On stage: “Hair” revival in Rutland

Hair down to There!

The Paramount Theatre presents the national Broadway tour of HAIR, the rock musical that sparked a revolution and ignited a generation, on Thursday, May 1, at 7:30 p.m.

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Brandon fossils show Vermont’s Florida-like past

Journeying back in time 20 million years ago, a local time traveler would see a strangely altered landscape of rugged mountains clad in trees unfamiliar in today’s northern New England woods—such as magnolia, live oak, palms, and towering dawn redwood, the “living fossil” ancestor of the sequoias.

Truck driver cited in Ferrisburgh

Vermont State Police troopers were called to U.S. Route 7 in Ferrisburgh for a report of a tractor trailer being operated erratically.

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