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As December approaches, so does Stowe’s budget season. And just as it’s the season for gift wish lists, ‘tis also the season for organizations hoping for some help from the town coffers. Read more
Complaints of delays and unreceived mail have begun cropping up in Stowe like weeds, just as all the rest of the grass has begun to brown and the holiday season begins in earnest. Read more
With the chairlifts and gondola running at full capacity, cafeterias and bars back to slinging burgers and beers, and masks optional while playing in the snow, things will be pretty much back to normal at Stowe Mountain Resort this ski season. Read more
There may be two sides to every issue, but Morristown residents have been getting it from all sides as they prepare to vote on a trio of topics that have very little to do with each other. Read more
As the Dec. 7 referendum on whether Elmore will join neighboring Stowe in emancipating itself from the Lamoille South Unified Union School District approaches, coalitions are beginning to take shape on either side of the vote. Read more
A proposed new road in Morrisville aimed at alleviating traffic jams caused by the morning commute to Peoples Academy is included in the draft town plan currently under review. Read more
The Morristown town plan is in its 22nd revision as its authors continue to tinker with the document following a pair of public hearings last week. Read more
On Nov. 10, Wolcott voted overwhelmingly to approve the town’s purchase of land that will become the town forest. Read more
The suspected drug dealer who authorities say pulled the trigger in a Lamoille County homicide more than 18 months ago has been charged in a new federal indictment in connection with the death. Read more
A Stowe man, who federal authorities say was caught with about 272 pounds of marijuana near the U.S.-Canadian border, has avoided going to federal prison for his part in an illegal drug smuggling operation in the Northeast Kingdom. Read more
We were all there to celebrate the life of Bill McCollom. McCollom was a Vermonter, a Retro-Skier, a ski racer, a coach, a teacher, a writer and a friend. Read more
The Stowe Girls U10 team fought hard this weekend, but ultimately struggled to consistently find the back of the net, dropping a pair of games to South Burlington on Saturday and St. Albans Sunday. Read more
Bishop Marshall Catholic School in Morristown held the Unstuffed 5k Turkey Trot Nov. 20. through the heart of the village. Read more
The finalists in the Eastern States Cup Downhill competition, from left, Geoffrey Ulmer, fourth, Albany, N.Y.; Dylan Conte, second, Stowe; Max Morgan, first, South Burlington; Steve Estabrook, third, South Burlington; and Sean Suprenaunt, fifth, unknown. Read more
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The Stowe Friday program is a go for 2021-2022. Volunteers are needed to make the Friday program work. Read more
Stowe’s Tree of Lights yearly fundraiser for Central Vermont Hospice and Lamoille Hospice begins Thursday, Dec. 2, and runs through Dec. 30 in the Stowe Reporter. Read more
A mysterious, 109-year-old panoramic photograph was recently unearthed from the attic of Hanley’s General Store in Jeffersonville and Doug Gray is hoping to get some help in tracking down its origins. Read more
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Because of the coronavirus outbreak, many events and activities have been canceled, postponed or transitioned to a digital format; but, as life begins a return to normalcy, we are bringing back the weekly calendar, which will detail both virtual and in-person events.
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