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News Briefs
May 24, 2017

Rutland County Parent Child Center welcomes new leadership

RUTLAND—The board of directors for the Rutland County Parent Child Center (RCPCC) has announced that Mary Zigman, M.S. Ed., has been named the new executive director, effective June 1. Zigman succeeds Caprice Hover who was recently appointed executive director of United Way of Rutland County….

Decluttering for sanity, new opportunities
Column
May 19, 2017

Decluttering for sanity, new opportunities

By Marguerite Jill Dye

I considered presenting a second Russian lesson or delving into the “109 paths from Trump to Putin,” but it would take a dissertation to investigate his Russian ties and the trail of Russian Mafia mobsters that lead to Trump Tower. Since the…

Killington Resort to host new mountain running series
Sports
May 18, 2017

Killington Resort to host new mountain running series

Seven race events offer runners varying courses, challenges

KILLINGTON—On Aug. 19 and 20, athletes from near and far will converge on Killington Resort for the inaugural 2017 Under Armour Mountain Running Series.

Created for trail running novices and professionals alike, this trail running series provides…

New Americans welcomed in Brandon
Local News
May 18, 2017

New Americans welcomed in Brandon

By Evan Johnson

BRANDON—They came from Thailand, Somalia, the Philippines, Canada, Sweden, Mali, Bhutan and more, but at the end of the naturalization ceremony at the Neshobe School in Brandon on Wednesday, May 10, 62 candidates from 29 countries left as Americans.

The event on…

Route 100 bike trails to grow with new funds
Uncategorized
May 18, 2017

Route 100 bike trails to grow with new funds

KILLINGTON—Killington’s Parks and Recreation Department has a received $45,000 grant from the the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation. The Recreation Trail Program (RTP) 2017 grant will aid in the construction of 5.3 miles of mountain bike trails located on Route 100. Additionally, the…

Honor society welcomes new members
Local News
May 18, 2017

Honor society welcomes new members

On Thursday, May 11, friends and families gathered at the Rutland High School Theater to honor the 2017 inductees to the National Technical Honor Society. Every year Stafford Technical Center inducts students to the society who have met the criteria of an 88 or better…

News Briefs
May 3, 2017

Norwich breaks ground on new academic building

NORTHFIELD—Last week, Norwich University broke ground on a new academic building as well as renovations to Webb, Dewey and Ainsworth Halls in a combined $48.5 million project.

This project is the second major construction project undertaken as part of the $100 million Forging the Future…

KPAA welcomes new staff, bids farewell to Neisner
Local News
May 3, 2017

KPAA welcomes new staff, bids farewell to Neisner

KILLINGTON—The Killington Pico Area Association (KPAA) has hired a new staff member in time for the busy summer season. Alexis King, from Pittsfield, Mass., is filling the role of membership and events assistant. After growing up in the hills of Berkshire County, Mass., she moved…

Arts guild welcomes spring with new exhibit

Arts guild welcomes spring with new exhibit

Friday, May 5, 5 p.m.—BRANDON—The Brandon Artists Guild (BAG) welcomes spring with a new exhibit of floral photographs by Richard Conrad and wildlife woodcarving by William Barnard. The show, “Fish, Fowl & Flowers” runs May 3-June 27. An opening reception will be held May 5,…