Tag Archives: Nancy Koch

Letter
January 12, 2016

New progress report addresses residents’ goals outlined in 2008

Dear Editor,

In 2007, the Killington Growth Initiative (KGI), a community group composed of business leaders, local government and residents, identified key challenges before the town, including a depressed economy, decline in cultural activities, lack of sustainable year-round economy, poor communication, and a strained relationship…

  • Of parades and parties
  • Of parades and parties
  • Of parades and parties
  • Of parades and parties
  • Of parades and parties
  • Of parades and parties
  • Of parades and parties
  • Of parades and parties
  • Of parades and parties
  • Of parades and parties
  • Of parades and parties
Local News
November 10, 2015

Of parades and parties

On Halloween night, Saturday, Oct. 31, parades and parties hosted thousands of costumed locals and visitors to the region. At two of the bigger gatherings prizes were awarded, and folks put up amazing designs to win!

Wobbly Barn, Killington

The Wobbly Barn hosted a 21+ costumes-required…

  • Nearly a dozen teams vied for Iron Chef title
  • Nearly a dozen teams vied for Iron Chef title
  • Nearly a dozen teams vied for Iron Chef title
  • Nearly a dozen teams vied for Iron Chef title
  • Nearly a dozen teams vied for Iron Chef title
  • Nearly a dozen teams vied for Iron Chef title
Featured
April 15, 2015

Nearly a dozen teams vied for Iron Chef title

Iron Chef contender John Durney wears aviator goggles and camouflage, the official dress of team Farrell Distributing / Long Trail Brewing, while preparing bacon for their featured dish. The winning dish, “Some like it hot” included massive shrimp and flaming drinks