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The Champlain Valley School District was all set to welcome a new Director of Equity and Diversity this fall. But the candidate they hired left the job after just a week, over a salary disagreement, The Citizen reported in July.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many a change, but the Women’s Festival of Crafts can’t be kept down. The 31st edition of the bazaar, featuring Vermont crafters, makers and more, has gone virtual.

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For many families, it wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without turkey. But proper food preparation and handling is necessary to avoid an unwanted guest for the holiday, foodborne illness.

Bent down in an apple field searching for a lost earring, I found a different treasure: a stout mouse-like animal, with a short tail and stubby ears.

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Oh look a deer!! It is exciting to see a deer or moose in the wild but it can be frightening if they suddenly appear in front of your vehicle on the roadway.

Bostwick Road was looking extra fiery as the sun was setting last week, prompting Lee Krohn to snag this shot ­­— share your own with us by emailing jessie@shelburnenews.com.

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For the 13th year, South Burlington’s Dee Physical Therapy is creating a diaper pyramid for the Committee on Temporary Shelter, COTS.

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As many New Englanders wake up to the first snowfalls of the season, AAA urges motorists to be especially careful on their commute.

Show your holiday spirit and join this friendly competition and infuse some cheer around the neighborhoods. Whether you do it to win a fun prize and bragging rights, or just enjoy sharing your festive decorations, the Shelburne Rec Department…

Ken Turino, manager of community partnerships and resource development at Historic New England, will give a Zoom talk on four centuries of Christmas in New England.

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