Tag Archives: Stephen Seitz

State News
August 10, 2018

Fredette tries again for Rutland-2

By Stephen Seitz

WALLINGFORD—Democrat Ken Fredette is one if the three candidates vying for the two seats in the Rutland 2 legislative district, comprising Clarendon, Proctor, Tinmouth, Wallingford and West Rutland. The other two are incumbent Democrat Dave Potter and incumbent Republican Tom Burditt.

“I…

Local News
August 1, 2018

Nicoll unopposed for Rutland-Windsor 2

By Stephen Seitz

LUDLOW—Barring a successful write-in attempt, Democratic selectman Logan Nicoll, a lifelong Ludlow resident, will be representing Shrewsbury, Mount Holly and Ludlow in the House next year.

“I ran in the last cycle, but couldn’t put enough time into campaigning,” he said. “I…

State News
August 1, 2018

Gray seeking Windsor County Senate seat

By Stephen Seitz

Springfield resident Randy Gray is one of three Republicans hoping to represent Windsor County in the next legislative session.

The other two are Jack Williams of Weathersfield and Wayne D. Townsend of Bethel. They seek to replace incumbent Democrats Alice Nitka (Ludlow),…

State News
August 1, 2018

McCormack’s hat, back in the ring

By Stephen Seitz

BETHEL—Democratic Sen. Dick McCormack is hoping to represent Windsor County in the state Senate once again. McCormack was appointed to fill an unexpired term in 1989 and has been re-elected ever since. He and fellow Democratic incumbents Alice Nitka of Ludlow, and…

State News
July 25, 2018

Szott seeks to represent Barnard, Pomfret and Hartland

By Stephen Seitz

BARNARD — Randall Szott has announced his candidacy for the Vermont House of Representatives seat in the Windsor 4-1 legislative district.

The district comprises the towns of Barnard, Pomfret and Hartland. Szott, a Democrat, is running to replace…

Local News
June 6, 2018

Woodstock bridge to open Friday

By Stephen Seitz

WOODSTOCK—Bridge 51, which crosses Kedron Brook on Route 4 in Woodstock Village, will be open this Friday, May 8, according to a statement from the Vermont Agency of Transportation.

The work remaining includes rubbing the concrete finish of…

Local News
May 30, 2018

Stern to challenge incumbent governor Scott

By Stephen Seitz

CAVENDISH—Republican gubernatorial candidate Keith Stern brought his campaign to Cavendish on May 24, where he discussed what was on the minds of area voters.

Don Shattuck, like Stern a Springfield resident, shared a beef he had with the…

Local News
May 9, 2018

Cavendish Elementary to keep principal’s position

By Stephen Seitz

CAVENDISH—Following a special meeting on April 30, the Green Mountain Unified School District (GMUSD) board has decided to permanently retain the principal’s position at Cavendish Town Elementary School.

The original plan had been to hire an interim principal for a year, who…

School budget votes coming

By Stephen Seitz

LUDLOW—Voters in two of the school districts that comprise the Two Rivers Supervisory Union will soon be asked to approve budgets for the upcoming fiscal year, which begins July 1.

On May 8, voters in Ludlow and Mount Holly will be asked…

Local News
May 2, 2018

Back to Square One in Cavendish principal search

By Stephen Seitz

CAVENDISH — Cavendish Town Elementary School is once again looking for an interim principal.

The position became available with the retirement of current principal George Thomson, who will remain on the job until June 30.

“We went through the search process for…