Stowe’s varsity boys’ golf team is the best in the state — again. The win gave Stowe its fifth state championship in golf in the last six seasons; the Raiders claimed four straight Division 3 titles before moving up to Division 2 last year.
Bruce Nourjian, co-owner and manager of the Commodores Inn, has been looking at too many empty rooms during the past half year. He thinks more people might stay if they can stay longer.
As money rolls into Lamoille County legislative campaign coffers, the question in one of the election races isn’t just how much money has been raised, but who has been writing the checks.
There were a lot of comings and goings over the summer within the Lamoille South school district student population, but more people exited than entered. All said, there are 6 percent fewer students than last year.
Stowe’s inaugural Indigenous Peoples’ Day Rocks! event took place Sunday, featuring Chief Don Stevens, Abenaki drummers, Native American singers, authors, storytellers and more.
Two candidates for the Lamoille-1 House seat faced off via Zoom, tackling topics including reproductive rights, housing equality, land use reform and COVID-19 response.
Smaller ski resorts may benefit from Vail Resorts’ August announcement of its winter season plans. For example, the Colorado operator of Stowe Mountain Resort takes all the heat for its 2020-21 plan, enabling others to adjust accordingly.
The custodial crew at Peoples Academy in Morristown is fighting invisible particles with invisible particles in a battle between high-tech air and surface cleaners and a pernicious virus.
Unfathomable. That’s the word that Debora Steinerman uses when discussing the number 1.5 million. For Steinerman, the term unfathomable is fitting because that’s how many children were killed by the Nazi regime during the Holocaust, eight decades ago as World War II raged across the globe.
Fourth grade students at Stowe Elementary got creative last Wednesday, Sept. 29, making and racing vegetable cars on the basketball courts near Parks and Rec.
Stowe has pulled the plug this year on what has become a Halloween tradition in recent years. The town will not close Maple Street to traffic so masked youngsters can take to the street, delivering scares, in search of candy.
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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