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As the coronavirus spread in Vermont — cases had reached 123 at press time — the state continued to shut down to keep the virus from spreading.

The judge presiding over a case involving former Peoples Academy teacher David Bain and the school superintendent who fired him in 2014, Tracy Wrend, has denied Wrend’s argument that she was immune to being sued.

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Lamoille County schools, empty of children for more than a week, have become staging grounds for delivering meals and learning materials for students who are now communicating with their teachers over the phone and internet.

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Students who have been living — hunkered down, really — on campus at Northern Vermont University-Johnson have been told to move out by Monday, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc with traditional life.

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Through an ecosystem restoration program grant provided by the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation, the Lamoille County Conservation District has produced a stormwater master plan for the towns of Morristown and Hyde Park.

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View the latest updates on business operations (including town services, restaurants, activities, lodging and shops) and events courtesy of the Stowe Area Association.

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Vermont’s ski resorts have had to close early before due to lack of snow, but there’s never been anything like this — the shutdown of alpine operations all around the state.

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Lamoille South superintendent Tracy Wrend says teachers in Elmore, Morristown and Stowe will begin calling parents and will have regular communications over the next few days, complete with the reminder that “this is NOT an extended vacation and there is an expectation that students will keep up with assignments.”

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