Local News

Killington updates hazard mitigation plan

By Curt Peterson The Killington hazard mitigation team made up of planning commission member Ricky Bowers, planning consultant Lisa Davis, Selectman Steve Finneron, Town Manager/Road Commissioner Chet Hagenbarth and Killington Fire and Rescue Chief/Emergency Director Gary Roth, voted to give […]

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Local News

WCSU board sets 2023-2024 tuition rate

By Curt Peterson On Monday, Nov. 7 the Windsor Central Supervisory Union board unanimously approved tuition rates for the 2023-2024 school year. Middle/high school tuition will be $19,649, and elementary school tuition will be $17,000 per student. Tuition is the […]

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State News

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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Local News

Up in the air: Who plows the WCSU schools?

By Curt Peterson On Oct. 5 WCSU board secretary Rayna Bishop posted a request for bid proposals for snowplowing three district campuses: Prosper Valley in Pomfret, Woodstock Elementary, and the Woodstock Union High School/Middle School. The bid deadline is Oct. […]

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Local News

WCSU board sees leadership changes

By Curt Peterson At the Windsor Central Supervisory Union (WCSU) school district board meeting on Monday, Oct. 3, Keri Bristow and Ben Ford, both Woodstock representatives, were elected chair and vice chair, respectively. The change in leadership followed Bryce Sammel […]

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