ALERT

Your local guide to the global outbreak.

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Students in Stowe, Morristown and Elmore will be able to choose between two different grading options at the end of the school year, after a swift backlash against the Lamoille South decision to mostly do away with grades in a year upended by a global pandemic.

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Vermont took a big step toward reopening its economy this week, with stores allowed to open their doors to customers — with strict safety precautions.

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Although Vermont schools have been closed since March 18, the school year didn’t end then.

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The Vermont National Guard will hand out care packages Friday, May 22, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Lamoille Union High School in Hyde Park.

Coronavirus: Local Business Operations

View the latest updates on business operations (including town services, restaurants, activities, lodging and shops) and events courtesy of the Stowe Area Association. As Vermont slowly begins to reopen, the information can change rapidly, so please check with a business before going there.

"To our Lamoille County Neighbors: There will be plenty of information coming out over the next several weeks. We will specialize in providing information that pertains to our local businesses and services."

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For brothers Steven and Brian Jones, the writing had been on the wall for quite a while. The brothers own Joneslan Farm, a landmark in Hyde Park for a century and a half. What was on the wall? It’s time to get out of the dairy industry.

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A family of bears is roaming around downtown Morrisville, and Vermont Fish and Wildlife is asking village residents to help minimize the danger.

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The Johnson town government has filed a lengthy argument to the Vermont State Colleges board of trustees about the importance of preventing the shutdown of Northern Vermont University-Johnson.

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Seventeen people have been appointed to the NVU Strong Advisory Committee, assigned to come up with ways to ensure a thriving future for Northern Vermont University in Johnson and Lyndon.

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Twins, Bianca E. and Alexander A. Louviere, were born March 29, 2020, to Oana (Parjol) and Paul Louviere of Stowe.

In a rare case of good news coming from the coronavirus pandemic, one local couple used the time as an opportunity to say, “I do.”

Vermont singer-songwriter Christine Malcom and Rudy Dauth will perform a free 30-minute live concert on Wednesday, May 20, at 7 p.m. through the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center’s YouTube channel.

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Four players and one coach from the Peoples Academy and Stowe High School cooperative hockey teams have been selected for the annual Make-A-Wish All-Star Hockey Classic scheduled next month.

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Opening day was May 10 at the Waterbury Stowe Fish and Game Club, 5365 Waterbury Stowe Road, Waterbury.

    Photographer Gordon Miller roams through Lamoille County, capturing local life and times. During the coronavirus shutdown, many people have placed stuffed animals in windows and on mailboxes, doors, fences and other locations, offering a little bit of welcome fun for kids riding in the family car.

    Joanna Graves, owner of the Stowe gym Ride, runs a group class as at least 20 clients follow along with her via video.

    Noah Labow of Elevate Movement Collective (he’s in the top center square) remotely leads youngsters through some agility and flexibility training.

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