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Working to renew foundations in Killington
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September 5, 2018

Working to renew foundations in Killington

By Sue Durant

KILLINGTON—On the “flats” of Killington, a small gray granite church and a couple of old red buildings nestle between the Ottauquechee River and a tree-filled mountainside. The scene looks like a postcard of an era gone by.

On Mission Farm Road in…

Give or take a pie in the face, for a great cause
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September 5, 2018

Give or take a pie in the face, for a great cause

By Dave Hoffenberg

KILLINGTON—On Sunday, Sept. 9, Moguls Sports Pub will host the fifth annual Pie in the Face for Chase charity benefit from 1-7 p.m.

It’s time again to pie local celebrities and raise money for Chase William Kuehl and the Phelan-McDermid Syndrome Foundation…

Fresh Shakespeare skits make debut in Plymouth

Fresh Shakespeare skits make debut in Plymouth

Saturday, Sept. 1, 12 p.m.—PLYMOUTH NOTCH—The Stand Up Shakespeare Company presents one free performance at the Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site in Plymouth Notch, on Saturday, Sept. 1 at 12 noon. The annual “Shakespeare Alive! A Bard-Based Variety Show” returns for an all-new, never-before-seen…

Lightning strikes golf club building
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August 29, 2018

Lightning strikes golf club building

By Katy Savage

CASTLETON—The Bomoseen Golf Club is open despite losing all of its equipment in a fire Aug. 8.

“Basically, we lost everything we needed to run the golf course,” said General Manager Jim Bassett.

Three lawn mowers, weed trimmers, tools and golf carts…

Glimmerstone Quarry future hangs in the balance
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August 29, 2018

Glimmerstone Quarry future hangs in the balance

By Julia Purdy

CAVENDISH—Tierney Road has become the focus of contention among neighbors over the proposed reopening of a small rock quarry at the end of this mile-long town road that climbs a wooded hillside. Brightly-colored signs reading “Stop the Tierney Road Quarry” stud the…

New bakery is a dream come true
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August 29, 2018

New bakery is a dream come true

By Katy Savage

KILLINGTON—Megan Wagner has known what she’s wanted to do since she was 9.

“I remember telling my dad when I was a little girl that I was going to own a bakery one day,” she said.

Her father bought her cookbooks and…

Paddleboard race to benefit bike path fund
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August 22, 2018

Paddleboard race to benefit bike path fund

By Polly Lynn Mikula

PLYMOUTH—This Saturday, Aug. 25, about 50 people are expected to race across Woodward Reservoir in Plymouth for the second annual Make A Wave paddleboard race. Paddleboards are provided at no additional cost for those that need them. The family-friendly 1 mile race…

Killington’s first ski nurse passes through town
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August 22, 2018

Killington’s first ski nurse passes through town

By Polly Lynn Mikula

Jane Langill, Killington’s first ski nurse, swung through town with her oldest daughter Martha Thursday, Aug. 16 and stopped by the Mountain Times to introduce herself and share a few stories.

“We lived in the little red farmhouse where Aspen East…