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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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Kid’s Club offers lots of racetrack activities

It’s an understatement to have to mention that Vermonters love stock-car racing. Since the 1930s, the Green Mountain State has been home to a steady fanbase for a variety of automobile racing venues, including fan clubs supporting local drivers from the Canadian border to the Massachusetts line.

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Vermont Gran Fondo returns to Addison County mountain locales in June 2016

The climbing will be no less challenging, the views every bit as breathtaking, and the post-ride party kicked up a notch.

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Vermont race-car driver Leon Gonyo remembered

Auto racing

A select group of asphalt and dirt stock car drivers from Devil’s Bowl Speedway were honored Dec. 28 as Internet news source Vermont Motorsports Magazine announced its annual “Driver of the Year” award winners.

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Vermont to enforce strict imported firewood law in 2016

A proposed rule governing the importation of untreated firewood into the State of Vermont has been filed with the Secretary of State.

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Letter to the Editor: Vermont Watchdog article

Based on some recent news coverage (a Vermont Watchdog Report appearing in the Vermont Eagle), we’d like to clarify our proposal in the draft Comprehensive Conservation Plan (CCP) related to hunting on refuge lands in Vermont. Hunting is a priority use and a proud tradition on national wildlife refuges nationwide.

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Middlebury ski bus ready to take off—hopefully the thermometer will cooperate

The Pacific Ocean's predictable El Nino effect may have thrown a monkey wrench in many a holiday ski-trip plan this year, but even a warmer-than-normal winter here in Vermont should redeem itself with some snow and colder temps at the higher elevations where skiing occurs.

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Husband-and-wife explore Vermont's waterfalls, gorges

Rutland resident and explorer Roderick "Rick" Pingree was never one sitting at home in front of a television set or computer screen.

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Vermont second healthiest U.S. state—again

For the third year in a row, Vermont has been ranked the second healthiest state after Hawaii in the 2015 edition of America's Health Rankings from the United Health Foundation.

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Deck the halls in West Rutland!

It was a festive evening in West Rutland as community members—along with Mr. and Mrs. Claus direct from the North Pole—flipped the switch to illuminate the town’s Christmas tree Dec. 5.

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Quenneville to be recognized at NASCAR Awards Gala

Devil’s Bowl Speedway stock car drivers Vince Quenneville Jr. and Greg Atkins will be honored in Charlotte, N.C. as NASCAR celebrates the top Whelen All-American Series drivers of 2015.

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Quenneville to be recognized at NASCAR Awards gala

Devil’s Bowl Speedway stock car drivers Vince Quenneville Jr. and Greg Atkins will be honored in Charlotte, N.C. as NASCAR celebrates the top Whelen All-American Series drivers of 2015.

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Vermont State Parks receives AmeriCorps award

Each year the federal community service program, AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC), names one project sponsor, the “Project Sponsor of the Year.” This year’s award winner is Vermont State Parks.

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Bristol to host townwide Winterfest, Dec. 12

New Haven Winterfest ~ Saturday, Dec. 12:

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