A small group of Stowe High School students may have been exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19, and a worker at Stowe pizzeria Piecasso has tested positive for the disease.
Dave Pittinaro said teachers keep an eye on everybody, but so far no one has broken the mask code. Grumble they might, but they still are doing it behind cloth, he says.
The Lamoille South school district has filled all of its teaching positions, assuring students will have some new instructors along with all the familiar faces — all of them half covered by masks.
On Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 7 and 8, the News & Citizen and Stowe Reporter will host debates between a total of 12 candidates vying for six seats representing different parts of Lamoille County in the Vermont House of Representatives.
The Green Mountain Club will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Taft Lodge, the oldest shelter on the Long Trail, on Saturday, Sept. 19, Barnes Camp Visitor Center, Mountain Road, Stowe.
Even as Vermont gets high marks for the way it’s keeping coronavirus at bay, the opiate scourge that’s rocked the Green Mountains for the past decade still needs tending to.
Stowe has a reputation for a being something of a foodie town, with eateries catering to all manner of appetite. Word appears to have spread to the state’s bear population.
Coronavirus: Local Business Operations
Explore Stowe-area businesses and events with modified operations as a result of COVID-19. Information courtesy of the Stowe Area Association.
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