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St. Mary's Spelling Bee's 1st place champ moves on to state competition

St. Mary’s School in Middlebury held its annual St. mary’s School Spelling Bee. The winners, after 27 rounds: First place: Liam Wagner (5th grade), snd place: Thomas Wolosinski (6th grade), and thyrd place: Maggie Lane (4th grade).

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A good time for annual Vermont Farm Show last week

It was a good showing for the 2016 Vermont Farm Show which concluded last week. Several of the Eagle's agribusiness advertisers attended the 2016 Vermont Farm Show held in Essex Junction.

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Downtown Rutland bookshop on short list for national award

Rutland’s Phoenix Books has been shortlisted for the 2016 Publishers Weekly Bookstore of the Year Award, which highlights singular achievements in the bookselling industry.

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Starksboro center launches youth wilderness camp

The non-profit Common Ground Center (CGC) is offering a wilderness based winter vacation camp on its 700-acre site in Starksboro during school vacation weeks for both Addison and Chittenden counties.

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Pittsford man acquires classic G.I. Joe truck at gov't auction

Keith Mazzaroni of Pittsford (left), with family and friends, is the proud owner of a “new” 1951 Korean War-era Dodge M37 3/4-ton, 4X4 six-cylinder cargo truck

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Author to discuss Shakespeare in America

William Shakespeare has been a prism through which American issues—including revolution, slavery, war, the battle of the sexes, even so-called social justice—have been refracted.

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New Haven artist sets off on USA road tour with giant Da Vinci statue

Award-winning sculptor Dennis Sparling of New Haven is preparing to tour the USA beginning this week in a special van carrying his giant sculpture of Leonardo Da Vinci and other works.

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From the Editor: Yesterday’s tomorrow-land

A recent book, titled “Tomorrow-Land” by author Joseph Tirella, is an engaging look at how the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair marked the high-watermark of post-World War II American hegemony in science, industry and pop culture.

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Shumlin wants physicians, dentists to pay Medicaid expansion costs

Vermont Watchdog Report

In his annual budget address, Gov. Peter Shumlin on Thursday revealed a plan to fix Vermont’s $68 million deficit by raising $30 million in new revenue — mostly from independent physicians and dentists — and reducing spending increases by $38 million.

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REV Fitness hosts Osteo Awareness Month event

In an effort to offer education concerning osteoporosis, REV Fitness for Women, a local womens-only fitness studio, has designated January as Osteoporosis Awareness Month.

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A new director for Rutland's award-winning men’s singing group

Curbstone Chorus

After 10 years of directing Rutland’s award-winning Curbstone Chorus men’s singing sensation, Dan Graves has chosen to use his musical talents in other ways.

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J.D. caps for a good cause in Vermont

Mountain View Equipment, a John Deere equipment dealership, will be collecting cash donations at the Vermont Farm Show to support the many programs of the Vermont Food Bank. In exchange for a donation of $5 or more, Mountain View Equipment will be handing out John Deere hats.

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Hinesburg Boy Scout group works on radon-gas badge

Jeff Giroux is 17 years old and can say, backed by Vermont Department of Health statistics, that he may have saved his neighbor’s life.

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Basin Harbor chef to prepare at NYC’s Beard House

Basin Harbor Club’s Executive Chef Christian Kruse will bring the farm-fresh flavors of Vermont to Manhattan’s Greenwich Village when he prepares a sublime, multi-course dinner and wine pairing at The Beard House on Saturday, Jan. 30.

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Basin Harbor chef to prepare at NYC’s Beard House

Basin Harbor Club’s Executive Chef Christian Kruse will bring the farm-fresh flavors of Vermont to Manhattan’s Greenwich Village when he prepares a sublime, multi-course dinner and wine pairing at The Beard House on Saturday, Jan. 30.

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