State News

Hunters help manage moose population

With high moose numbers in northeastern Vermont contributing to the abundance and negative impact of winter ticks, the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is pleased to report on the results of a successful, regulated 2022 moose hunting season. “Moose are […]

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Sanders, Welch and Balint rally in Hartland

By Curt Peterson Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Congressman Peter Welch and state Sen. Becca Balint, calling themselves the “Delegation Tour for All” get-out-the-vote rally drew about 150 people to Hartland’s Damon Hall on Saturday, Oct. 23. Sanders isn’t up for […]

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State News

Bats are on the move

Bat Week takes place Oct. 24-31, aims to raise awareness, conservation The onset of fall sends Vermont’s bats into motion, which makes it an important time for conservation-minded Vermonters to learn about, and help conserve, our nine native bat species. […]

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Colors delight leaf peepers

By Julia Purdy Well, fall foliage has done it again… in spite of a slow start and drought that has hit some trees hard, Indigenous Peoples’ Weekend (formerly Columbus Day) rewarded visitors and locals like with the progression of color […]

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