River Arts in Morrisville challenged the community to create artistic scarecrows — and the community delivered. The lineup is displayed along the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail until Friday, Nov. 6.
We have re-opened our newspaper office to the public in Stowe. Our South Burlington and Morrisville offices remain closed, except by appointment. Face masks are mandatory, and appropriate social distancing must be practiced, at all locations. Please email or call us with questions, news or updates; and read our local coronavirus coverage.
Issue Date: Wednesday, November 25
Early deadlines are in effect for advertising and editorial submissions. Please call for details. Our offices will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 26-27.
- From broken back to buck
- County homeless shelter opens without permit
- Power lines, poles gone from Stowe’s Main Street
- Vermont State Police
- First tracks: Stowe Mountain Resort's opening day 2020
- Lamoille County gets $300k to tackle first-to-worst unemployment
- Driver in fatal Elmore crash sent to jail for three years
- Friend remembers Steven Debrovner
- Chief Burke: School resource officers discussion ‘overdue’
- Shelburne Police Blotter: Nov. 6 - 12
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