News, Arts, Events, Sports and Community
As money rolls into Lamoille County legislative campaign coffers, the question in one of the election races isn’t just how much money has been raised, but who has been writing the checks. Read more
Local & State News
Stowe’s varsity boys’ golf team is the best in the state — again. The win gave Stowe its fifth state championship in golf in the last six seasons; the Raiders claimed four straight Division 3 titles before moving up to Division 2 last year. Read more
Morristown’s next top executive could be a town manager. The Morristown Selectboard has started to search for longtime town administrator Dan Lindley’s replacement. Lindley plans to retire next summer after almost 15 years heading up Morristown’s municipal government. Read more
There were a lot of comings and goings over the summer within the Lamoille South school district student population, but more people exited than entered. All said, there are 6 percent fewer students than last year. Read more
Bruce Nourjian, co-owner and manager of the Commodores Inn, has been looking at too many empty rooms during the past half year. He thinks more people might stay if they can stay longer. Read more
The Bijou theater in Morrisville has rolled the end credits on a drive-in movie experiment it launched in a pandemic that literally turned the Cineplex inside out. Read more
When it comes to managing chronic pain, the options for treatment are varied in both availability and effectiveness. Because of work by Northern Vermont University’s Dr. Emily Tarleton, there may be another treatment method to add to that list. Read more
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Catch up on sports results from Stowe High School. Read more
Here’s how the Wolves and Lancers did this week. Read more
Vantage Point | Dave Matthews
Municipal Corner | Charles Safford
Guest Perspective | Tracy Wrend
Poor Elijah’s Almanack | Peter Berger
Guest Perspective | Jerry D’Amico
Guest Perspective | Michael Caldwell
Submit your lively landscapes, pretty petioles and other fine fall photos. Shutterbugs have now until Nov. 1 to submit up to three photos, which will be shared online and, perhaps, featured in print. Staff will vote and select first, second and third place winners. To share your favorites, email email@example.com. Learn more
“And all at once, summer collapsed into fall.” Read more
Fall’s fluctuating temperatures and the threat of frost bring challenges. Here are some ideas to keep in mind this autumn. Read more
Community, Arts and Events
Stowe’s inaugural Indigenous Peoples’ Day Rocks! event took place Sunday, featuring Chief Don Stevens, Abenaki drummers, Native American singers, authors, storytellers and more. Read more
Just in time for the summer season... Stowe’s only indispensable publication is available around town. Read more
Plan a magical wedding day in Vermont amid the wondrous Green Mountains, whether ablaze with fall color, capped with snow, or lush with the green of summer. Vermont’s allure as a wedding destination is matched only by the caliber of topnotch professionals ready to help plan your most special day. Read more
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