On Town Meeting Day, Vermont residents from 35 towns voted overwhelmingly in favor of resolutions seeking climate solutions. The exact wording of each resolution varied, but all the resolutions acknowledged the severity of climate change, urged the State of Vermont to meet its goals for…
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Monday, May 22, 6:30 p.m.—MANCHESTER—The Collaborative Regional Alliance for Farmer Training (CRAFT) is a national apprenticeship program that seeks to educate farm workers who are interested in becoming farmers in the future. CRAFT provides the structure for meaningful mentor relationships between committed farmers and focused…
RUTLAND—The Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice of the Southwest Region (VNAHSR) has received Certificate of Need approval from the Green Mountain Care Board for a merger with Manchester Health Services in Manchester, Vt.
“We are delighted to move forward with the merger,” said Ronald J….
Sunday, Feb. 26—MANCHESTER—The Komen Vermont Snowshoe for the Cure on Sunday, Feb. 26 is only a few weeks away. Participants can register for either the 3K or 5K walk or the 3K run. Join in the February fun for the whole family on the Sun Bowl…
Dear Editor, Sue Minter recently said that she will “support Vermont families and businesses” as governor. However, her record suggests otherwise. In 2009, Minter voted for the disastrous budget bill. In the middle of the Great Recession, the bill raised income taxes on Vermonters by…
MANCHESTER — This year’s Komen Vermont Race for the Cure, held July 23 in Manchester, Vt., was one for the record books with two Vermont racers setting world records for their age group.
Pat Zemianek, age 75
On July 30, Bill Teschek of Granite State…
Cancer Awareness Ribbon
Saturday, July 23 at 2:30 p.m.—MANCHESTER—It’s been said that the annual Vermont Race for the Cure is a tough act to follow. Until now. This year’s race, on July 23 beginning at 2:30 p.m., is followed by a rare live…
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Editor’s note: This story by Andrew McKeever first appeared in The Manchester Journal.
MANCHESTER—Following a nearly month-long struggle to keep its doors open while it tried to…
MANCHESTER—On a beautiful Sunday morning in late February, 272 women and men gathered at Stratton Mountain’s Sun Bowl, donned snowshoes, trekked two miles on an improvised course and neatly raised more than $30,000 for Susan G. Komen VT-NH. Seventy-five percent of those funds will…
Project 240 presents Republican Primary Debate with host David Redlawsk
Saturday, Feb. 6 at 8 p.m. — RUTLAND — The Paramount Theatre and Castleton University present a broadcast of the Republican Primary Debate as part of the 14-month series, “Project 240: Celebrating the American Experience”…
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Local News 21 September, 2018