Stowe voters who emphatically declared their break from the Lamoille South merged school district five months ago will finally see if Elmore and Morristown follow suit in upcoming votes in six weeks.

Wolcott plans to purchase 307 acres to establish a new community forest, but voters first must approve the acquisition first. The vote will be held Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 6 p.m., at the Wolcott Elementary School.

Morristown Town Clerk Sara Haskins won the 2021 Award of Appreciation from the Vermont Municipal Clerks’ and Treasurers’ Association.

Wheels for Warmth is back in action for its 16th tire recycle and resale event, collecting tires from around the state to be either recycled or sold at affordable prices so Vermonters are safe on the road this winter.

The Rooney Farm in the Mud City area of Morristown milks a herd of 50 carefully curated cows, with ubiquitous Holsteins for a reliable base and a mix of Ayrshires, Jerseys, Guernseys and Norwegian Reds to add better butter content and lower bacteria counts — quality measures that fetch a higher price from the buyer.

The Peter A. Krusch Nature Preserve opened in Cambridge earlier this month, bringing a dynamic and tranquil piece of land to the public while expanding access to the Cambridge Pines State Forest.

The mission to bring affordable high-speed broadband internet to everyone in Lamoille County proceeds apace, with a six-figure funding boost to help the effort.

A new parents group meets at Varnum Memorial Library the first Monday of each month, facilitated by a former newborn intensive care unit nurse and lactation consultant. The first meeting is Nov. 1, 5-6 p.m.

The Cambridge Afterschool Program will put on its second annual Haunted House in the Cambridge Elementary School cafeteria, Friday, Oct. 29, 5:30-8 p.m.

Students at The Elmore School immersed in a songwriting residency with Jon Gailmor.

Isabel Donza provided the help for Stowe's one goal against North Country.

The forest, 160 acres on the east and 147 acres on the west side of East Elmore Road currently owned by the Whitcomb and Bedell families, would provide the town with land for education, entertainment and conservation.

A sunset in Eden late last week did not fail to deliver.

The Trapp Family Lodge held a 5K and half marathon Oct. 16 on its trail system.

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