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Here’s a rundown of when and where town meeting will take place across Lamoille County next Tuesday.

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Property taxes are expected to rise in five of the six towns in the Lamoille North Supervisory Union, based on school budgets facing voters on Town Meeting Day.

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The gap between what the housing market says properties are worth in Stowe and what the town has them valued at continues to widen.

The New England Sled Dog Club races slid through Morristown over the weekend, with two days of pooch-powered speed.

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Johnson’s estimated tax rate is a decrease of two-tenths of a penny, not an increase, as reported incorrectly last week.

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Nominations are now open for the sixth annual 4393 Awards, a reader survey sponsored by the Stowe Reporter, Waterbury Record and News & Citizen to honor the best in our area.

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Elmore, with its same-named mountain and lake, is an attractive place for people to come visit. Now, the town wants to bring in some tax revenue from those visitors.

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The Lamoille South school district voted Monday to extend the contract for embattled superintendent Tracy Wrend, citing her strong leadership, despite recent outcry from a vocal segment of the population bent on her termination.

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When Joe Woodin took over as CEO of Copley Health Systems last fall, he inherited a downward trend — the critical access hospital had four straight years of increasing budget deficits.

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Here’s a rundown of when and where town meeting will take place across Lamoille County in less than two weeks. March 3 is also Super Tuesday, and Vermonters will be voting in the presidential primary that day along with voters in 13 other states.

Gov. Phil Scott vetoed legislation Monday that would raise Vermont’s minimum wage to $12.55 by 2022.

4393 Awards: Nominations

Nominations are now open for the sixth annual 4393 Awards, a reader survey sponsored by the Stowe Reporter, Waterbury Record and News & Citizen to honor the best in our area. Here's your chance to nominate your favorite restaurants, shops, local heroes and more. The nomination period will run through March 31, 2020, and official voting for the 4393 Awards will begin in April.

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Here’s how the Wolves and Lancers did this week.

February Is Love Your Neighbor Food Drive Month!

The Vermont Community Newspaper Group is collecting nonperishable items to be donated to the Lamoille Community Food Share in February. Drop off your items at the News & Citizen, 92 Lower Main Street, Morrisville, or the Stowe Reporter, 49 School Street, Stowe.

Stowe High School junior McKenna Lund performs during a Valentine’s Day Coffee House event, “Love is Love.” Presented by the school’s Gay Stra…

From left, Alec Sands, Ryder Colgan, Patrick Flaherty, Garrett Brewer, Steele Nelson,  Erik Nelson (coach), Braedon Bellows, Ripley Boyden, Ca…

Brad Ferland (center), co-chair of National School Choice Week, presents awards to Head of School Carrie Wilson (left) and Vice Principal Jenn…

Want to learn more about Stowe’s most recent, large land conservation deal? The conservation of over 750 acres in Stowe known as Brownsville helped to preserve 169 years of history of the farms, families and schools that formerly existed in Brownsville, now a mostly untouched wilderness at Stowe’s northern gateway. Stowe Historical Society …

The first family of Canadian music, Leahy, crosses the border for an appearance at The Barre Opera House, 6 North Main St., on Saturday, March 7, at 7:30 p.m. Leahy has earned a place as one of the world’s most highly regarded progressive folk-roots bands. Its emergence in the late 1990s with the chart-topping instrumental single “Call to D…

The Julian Scott Memorial Gallery at Northern Vermont University-Johnson hosts a retrospective exhibit of mixed-media work by the late Cynthia Bowler of Vermont, through March 13, at 337 College Hill, Johnson. Also on display is work by Bryce Berggren, Kelly Glentz Brush, Sean Clute, Isaac Eddy, Robby Gilbert, Ken Leslie, Michael Mahnke, Ma…

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