With windchills in the negative double-digits, it was fitting that Town Meeting Day voting in Stowe took place at an ice rink.
Amid all the numbers and reports, the annual reports that town officials put together every year typically include dedications to people who have made an impression in the community.
A historic barn in Morrisville awaits a new purpose. The Morrisville Rotary has made the barn project the 2021 recipient of its annual Polar Splash fundraiser, er, Polar Non-Splash this year.
Stowe High School hosts a two-day COVID-19 testing clinic this weekend amid reports that the town has registered more virus cases than any other in Lamoille County during the past two weeks.
Voters in half a dozen Vermont towns will bring school merger divorce into the ballot booth next week. Stowe might take up the issue in the coming months.
It may be an unorthodox year, but the Town Meeting Day voting tradition will live on in Stowe. An informational meeting held Monday prepped those whose ballots have not been submitted early, and polls will be open for in-person voting, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., at Stowe Arena, March 2.
Call it a sign of the times: David Jaqua, a Stowe resident who designed many of those kiosk panels at popular recreational and historic sites around town, is this year’s Stowe Conservationist of the Year.
A decision by Lamoille County’s community health care organization to change how it has patient blood samples analyzed will save patients money. It will also lose money for Lamoille County’s only hospital.
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Stowe High School young sports squads have yet to post a win on the hardcourt or on the ice, with the clock ticking down on a pandemic-shortened regular season.
Green Mountain Adaptive Sports, unable to host its annual clinic for mono-skiers during the pandemic, has made the event virtual.
Norwich University freshman goalie Leocadia Clark of Stowe picked up her first collegiate victory in her first start to lead the Cadets to a win.
Because, more small ski areas beckoned.
In my memory, the first batch of Maxels we tested were almost unskiable.
The Stowe C19 General Relief Fund would like to thank Robin Pierson of Stowe Maple Products for her generous gift in memory of Barb Allaire.
Beg, Steal or Borrow is up next in the Spruce Peak Performing Arts winter concert series, Saturday, March 20, 7 p.m.
Jeff Nicholson of Stowe has published a children’s book, “Ned Says … I Love It Here!”
The Stowe Free Library is hosting a group read of “The Love Proof” by Madeleine Henry, Friday, April 9, 6:30 p.m.
Henry Paumgarten gets ready to make a pass to a teammate in a matchup against Spaulding. PA/Stowe fell 5-1.
Mae Jowers’ granddaughter, Maribeth Adamski, with some special cookies to mark her grandmother’s milestone.
Jeff Nicholson of Stowe, with illustrator Marc Hughes, has published a children’s book, “Ned Says … I Love It Here!”
Family organized a “drive-by” party that allowed others to join the celebration of Mae Jowers’ 100th birthday.
Carter Friedrich, 14, of Hyde Park, collected and donated thousands of aluminum can tabs for the Shriners Hospitals for Children.