When Lual Mayen first used a computer in 2007 at refugee registration, he was hooked. Mayen wanted to help other refugees not only survive but thrive, and designed a video game that does just that.
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.
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- Lamoille County Sheriff’s Department statistics, Sept. 4-10
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