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Featured
November 12, 2014

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….

Lawmakers to cast ballots for governor
Featured
November 12, 2014

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…

Killington opens!
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November 5, 2014

Killington opens!

By Polly Lynn KILLINGTON – “While you spent Halloween night getting dressed to kill and scarfing sweets, our snowmakers hit the hill like a ton of bricks (or 720,000 gallons…

  • Cushman discovers confidence in bikini fitness competition
  • Cushman discovers confidence in bikini fitness competition
Featured
November 5, 2014

Cushman discovers confidence in bikini fitness competition

Rutland accountant is the Overall Winner of the Granite State Open By Carrie Cushman Back in high school if you asked me if I was ever going to enter a…

Shumlin campaign hits high gear
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October 30, 2014

Shumlin campaign hits high gear

By John Flowers Gov. Peter Shumlin cited adding more jobs, property tax reform and affordable health care as his top priorities for the next biennium should he be elected to…

Milne appeals to voters for changes
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October 30, 2014

Milne appeals to voters for changes

By John Flowers As the CEO of Milne Travel, Republican Scott Milne has sent many people to exotic locations throughout the world. The North Pomfret resident is now hoping to…

Pre-K education advances in Killington
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October 30, 2014

Pre-K education advances in Killington

By Polly Lynn By 2015 every school district in Vermont will be required to provide 10 hours of high quality, free pre-Kindergarten each week to all 3-, 4- and 5-year-olds who…

Preston Leete Smith to be honored
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October 30, 2014

Preston Leete Smith to be honored

KILLINGTON—On Saturday, Nov. 1, Killington founder Preston Leete Smith will be recognized for his ground-breaking contributions to the development of alpine skiing in New England and nationally at the resort…