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Lowell man meditates through COVID

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  by Meghan Wayland LOWELL — Daniel Thorson meditated through the first two and a half months of the coronavirus outbreak in Vermont.  For 75 days — from mid-March through the end of May — Mr. Thorson engaged in a mindfulness practice punctuated by exercise, w... More »

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Legislature passes COVID relief bills

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  by Joseph Gresser The Vermont Legislature has closed up shop until late August, but before recessing it passed and sent to Governor Phil Scott a quartet of bills distributing most of the $1.25-billion in COVID relief Congress allocated to the state. While it... More »

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Schools start planning for in-person education

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  by Joseph Gresser In a 25-page report issued in mid-June, the Agency of Education (AOE) outlined measures to protect the health of students and staff when schools open for in-person education this fall.  Educators around the state have been left to figure ou... More »

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West Virginia man faces DUI, burglary charges

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  by Joseph Gresser NEWPORT — Police arrested a West Virginia man for breaking into the C&C Supermarket in Barton Saturday.  In his affidavit State Police Trooper James Gallup said he spotted the out-of-town visitor on the store’s surveillance video. He said h... More »

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West Glover man rescued from burning car

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  by Meghan Wayland CRAFTSBURY — A 20-year-old West Glover man is in critical but stable condition following what Vermont State Police said was a “possible fatal” car crash on June 17.  The driver, Hunter Lanphere, is expected to make a full recovery thanks to... More »

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Vermont breaks its own maple record

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  by Meghan Wayland Vermont has broken its own single-year maple record by producing approximately 2.2 million gallons of syrup in 2020 — more than half the country’s total crop, according to data released by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) ... More »

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Mural vandalized, Albany family feels threatened

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  by Meghan Wayland CRAFTSBURY —A Craftsbury resident called State Police Last Thursday at approximately 9:30 p.m., to report that a “dark-colored, full-sized pickup” had defaced the Craftsbury Common’s new anti-racist mural by burning out tire marks over the ... More »

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Happy 80th, Mr. Currier

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…more photos appear in the full edition of this week’s paper. Subscribe now to access our e-version or to have it delivered to your home weekly by selecting a link below: Annual online subscription Short-term online subscription Print subscription (To find a p... More »

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Craftsbury graduates 17

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  by Joseph Gresser CRAFTSBURY COMMON — The 17 members of the class of 2020 stood in front of the Craftsbury Academy building just before 6 p.m. Friday.  Across the road, on the common, about 50 cars were parked in a rough semicircle facing the bandstand. Memb... More »