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The Lamoille South school district voted Monday to extend the contract for embattled superintendent Tracy Wrend, citing her strong leadership, despite recent outcry from a vocal segment of the population bent on her termination.

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When Joe Woodin took over as CEO of Copley Health Systems last fall, he inherited a downward trend — the critical access hospital had four straight years of increasing budget deficits.

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There’s a new venue for town meeting this year in Stowe, and it’s the old one. No longer held at the Stowe High School auditorium, Town Meeting Day starts at 8 a.m. at the Akeley Memorial Building on Main Street.

Johnson’s annual meeting will be a mix of dollars and sense, with a $3 million town budget up for approval and a full slate of aspirational articles for townspeople to talk about.

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Morristown’s zoning administrator and planning director was officially admonished last fall for his role in a Twitter account that criticized homeless people.

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It’s been said that the best way to stay out of the criminal justice system is to stay out of the criminal justice system.

Gov. Phil Scott has repeated innumerable times the same trio of initiatives he laid out when he took office three years ago: grow the economy, make Vermont more affordable and protect the most vulnerable.

A winter storm on Friday caused numerous crashes, closed down Mountain Road and knocked out electricity for hundreds of customers.

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From the outside looking in, Lamoille South school leaders appear to be in the eye of a storm as they weigh the future of superintendent Tracy Wrend.

Gov. Phil Scott vetoed legislation Monday that would raise Vermont’s minimum wage to $12.55 by 2022.

In 2019, Vermonters filed 5,447 scam reports with the Attorney General’s Consumer Assistance Program (CAP). Scam reports total more than 40 percent of all contacts CAP had with consumers last year. The report shows that though old scams persisted, new scams emerged.

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Catch up on sports results from Stowe High School.

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The New England Sled Dog Club is once again hosting a pooch-powered weekend of racing along …

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The great difficulty, given our human imperfection, lies in designing a government with sufficient power to do its job and sufficient internal safeguards to prevent it from abusing that power.

February Is Love Your Neighbor Food Drive Month!

The Vermont Community Newspaper Group is collecting nonperishable items to be donated to the Lamoille Community Food Share in February. Drop off your items at the News & Citizen, 92 Lower Main Street, Morrisville, or the Stowe Reporter, 49 School Street, Stowe.

From left, in front of the Tim Brick Band, members of the Sons of American Legion Post 59 in Waterbury: Mike Woodard, treasurer and historian,…

A couple of intrepid ice fisherman head out onto Great Hosmer Pond in Craftbury.

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A new exhibit at Spruce Peak Performing Arts gallery, “The Art of Sound,” features pieces that can be heard as well as seen, in ways that are cinematic and instrumental, and in ways that are just noise for the eyes.

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