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Tracy Davis Pierce

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VSP seek information about Coventry burglary

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On 05/06/2021 at approximately 9:31 a.m., Vermont State Police were notified about a burglary on Redemption Road in the Town of Coventry. Troopers arrived and spoke with the owner of the residence, Jessica Glodgett . Ms. Glodgett stated thousands of dollars wo... More »

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Burglary at the C&C Market in Barton

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 On Wednesday, May 5 2021 at approximately 1:36 a.m., Vermont State Police were notified of a Burglary at the C&C Market in the Town of Barton. Troopers responded to the scene and witnessed that forced entry had occurred into the place of business. Further inv... More »

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Hard luck bear at the Blackburn’s

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This bear was unsuccessful at pilfering a spring snack from the birdfeeder at Kenny and Trudy Blackburn’s Glover home. Mrs. Blackburn had “squirrel proofed” the feeder so well, the bear could not penetrate it’s small openings or remove it from it’s perch! Phot... More »

Obituaries, services & death notice 5.3.21

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Sandra Alexander Sandra Alexander, beloved wife, mother and grandmother, went to heaven when she died due to natural causes on April 25, 2021.  She joins her oldest son Nathan, who died from leukemia on May 24, 2009, and her parents, Dustin and Ruth White. San... More »

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Moulton harvests first turkey

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Kierstin Moulton got her first turkey at 6 a.m. on the first day of youth weekend.  It weighed 14.5 pounds and had a four-inch beard.  She was hunting with her father, Ben Moulton.  Photo courtesy of the family More »

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A million meals – a pandemic success story

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  by Sylvia C. Dodge The ingenuity of Vermont nonprofit groups, restaurants, and countless volunteers has turned a COVID-19 problem into a success story.  Last week, the Vermont Everyone Eats program served its millionth meal.  The program generated $10-millio... More »

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Massive fraud shuts down online UI aps

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   by Joseph Gresser Those who need to file a new unemployment claim will find the state has closed down its online application system for the time being.  They can blame those who Labor Commissioner Michael Harrington calls “fraudsters” for the inconvenience ... More »

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Schoolchildren learn how to help endangered birds

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  by Sylvia C. Dodge Local schoolchildren and bird enthusiasts learned how to help some endangered birds recently thanks to the collaboration of a group of local libraries.  The Greensboro Free Library, Barton Public Library, Glover Public Library, and Jeudevi... More »

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Westmore: Environmental education site proposed

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   by Sylvia C. Dodge WESTMORE — Hikers who climb to the fire tower on Bald Mountain in Westmore from the north side are familiar with a landmark yurt that is located close to where the trail meets Mad Brook Road.  The owners of the yurt property, 157 acres th... More »

Vermont eases outdoor mask requirements

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Vermont eases outdoor mask requirements, moves to Step 2 of Vermont Forward Plan Governor Phil Scott announced today that as of May 1, masks will only be required outdoors in situations where a 6-foot distance cannot be maintained.   Health Commissioner Mark L... More »