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Catwalk for a Cause showcased local style
By Polly Lynn
Over 500 people filled the seats at the Paramount Theatre in Rutland, Sunday afternoon for the second annual Catwalk for a Cause benefitting the United Way of Rutland County. Additionally, 105 models…
- Comedian Bill Engvall brings double the fun to Rutland’s Paramount Theatre »
Sunday, Nov. 23 at 5 & 8 p.m. — RUTLAND — The Paramount Theatre presents Bill Engvall, top comedian and star of the sketch comedy show, “Blue Collar TV,” in two performances on Sunday, Nov. 23; 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Bill Engvall is a…
- Spartan-style orientation »
Killington Mountain School student-athletes participate in all-school team building challenge
KILLINGTON — The winter-term students have arrived at Killington Mountain School and joined their full-term classmates on campus. On Monday, Nov. 3, the entire school headed to Spartan Race headquarters in Pittsfield, Vt., for…
- Vermont’s rifle deer season begins, Nov. 15 »
Hunters gear up for the start of Vermont’s traditionally popular statewide 16-day rifle deer season that begins Saturday, Nov. 15 and ends Sunday, Nov. 30. A hunter may take one buck during this season with at least one antler having two or more points…
- Lawmakers to cast ballots for governor »
By Laura Krantz, VTDigger.org
Lawmakers in January will cast secret ballots to choose Vermont’s next governor, according to state officials and a memo prepared for lawmakers by their attorney.
The one-page memo, obtained by VTDigger, outlines the procedure that will take place…
By Cristina Kumka
Kate LaPointe did her situps smiling.
Her late husband would have been proud.
The second annual Mark LaPointe 1,000 Sit up Challenge held this past Saturday, Nov. 15, at the Green Mountain Rock Climbing Center in Rutland was...
Arts, Dining & Entertainment
Did you miss the Killington and Pico swaps? There’s one more! Here’s a great opportunity to purchase new and pre-owned ski and snowboard equipment, clothing and accessories at great prices! All proceeds benefit Okemo Mountain School. Sellers keep 75 percent of...
By Robin Alberti
On Nov. 3, the day Killington opened for the 2014-2015 season, The Mountain Times caught up once again with Max Landon while he was having lunch in the peak lodge with his Dad, Chris. The now seven-year-old home-schooled student from...
Secretary of State Jim Condos announced Monday, Nov.17, that Vermont’s Elections Division will be conducting a random audit of the 2014 general election results.
The audit will include six towns — a 50 percent increase from previous years.
The random audit of...
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