- Drones to aid ski area operations? »
One of many topics discussed at NSAA Winter Conference
By Karen D. Lorentz
Ski areas need to have a drone policy and offer a culture of friendliness and helpfulness to ensure their futures. These were just two of the important takeaways from the…
- Shumlin has tough words for schools, public safety leaders »
By Cristina Kumka
RUTLAND – Attendees of a legislative luncheon held at the Southside Steakhouse in Rutland Monday Jan. 26 were met with harsh words from Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin on how publicly-funded education and police dispatch should be reformed.
- Russian World Cup freestyle skiers train on new Highline course »
By Polly Lynn
KILLINGTON — Glenn Eddy, freestyle program director at Killington Mountain School, has known the head mogul coach for the World Cup Russian ski team, Stephen Fearing, for 20-something years so he was glad to welcome the team to train on the…
- PhatCat Challenge kicks off NSAA event, seeks “Top Op” grooming operator »
Killington hosts 2015 Eastern Winter Conference and Tradeshow, Jan. 20-21. View the video Here
KILLINGTON — The National Ski Areas Association is the trade association for ski area owners and operators. It represents 325 alpine resorts that account for more than 90 percent…
- Winter Death Race ends after 58 hours; nine racers finish »
By Polly Lynn
PITTSFIELD — After 58 hours the 2015 Winter Death Race came to a climactic end at the top of Shrek’s Cabin.
The race began Friday night, Jan. 16, with “29 brave souls,” according to the Peak Races Facebook post….
BETHEL — On Jan. 23 at approximately 4:30 p.m., the Vermont State Police were dispatched to a single vehicle rollover crash on North Road in Bethel near Cleveland Brook Road. When troopers arrived they found the operator had been transported from the scene by a...
Arts, Dining & Entertainment
Tuesday, Feb. 3 • 7 p.m.
Don’t restrain yourself! Submit to “50 Shades! The Musical Parody” today. This sexy and hilarious send-up to “Fifty Shades of Grey,” the novel, has audiences rolling on the floor and dancing in the aisles. Now it’s your...
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1. Clock Tower = 593
2. More Cray = 581
3. Ramrod = 572
4. First Stop = 558
5. Clock Tower 2 = 555
6. Gorillas In The Mist = 543
By Tom Brown, VTDigger.org
Vermonters illegally consume between 33,000 and 55,000 pounds of marijuana annually, according to a study by the Rand Drug Policy Research Center.
Legalizing, taxing and regulating that volume could generate $20 million to $75 million a year, the...
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