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DORSET — For Pawlet teen philanthropist Riley Callen, an eventful school year ended last week with a nice surprise. Callen, a graduating eighth grader at The Dorset School headed to Burr and Burton Academy in the fall, has been named one of … more
You know it's summertime in Manchester when you see Appalachian Trail hikers walking around town looking for food, camping supplies and foot care. Where better for them to go to replenish their provisions and get their feet fixed than the Mountain … more
MANCHESTER — The Independent Television Festival (ITVFest) promises to bring a flood of artistic talent to Manchester this October. That deluge of artistic talent has already begun on a smaller scale with monthly screenings organized by the … more
Having spent the last two columns on the past and present of the Battenkill it only makes sense to look towards the future. While the future of the watershed is promising there is much still to do. Fortunately there is an effective watchdog group … more
Imagine, if you will, bedding down for a lovely afternoon nap. Your mind tingles with anticipation of dreamland as you snuggle in to freshly washed bed sheets. Your muscles are relaxing, the fan is spinning gentle puffs of air, your cup is full of … more
ARLINGTON — The Arlington School District remains "on hold" in their Act 46 talks, as the board waits to see what Battenkill Valley Supervisory Union partner Sandgate will do."It's kind of looking like we're back on hold," said interim … more
Northshire Seniors has announced their next bus trip as Thursday, Aug. 3. For this trip, they will be traveling to Meredith, New Hampshire, for a matinee performance of "Cats" at the Interlakes Summer Theater. The price for this trip is $28, and … more
Banner staffDANBY — A Sunderland man is dead following a crash Thursday afternoon.Vermont State Police said that shortly before 7 p.m., troopers from the Rutland barracks were dispatched to the intersection of Danby Mountain Road and Brook … more
MANCHESTER — Even Gov. Phil Scott acknowledged there was no way he could follow up the address given by retiring science teacher David Curtis at Burr and Burton Academy's 184th annual commencement exercises on Friday, June 9 at Riley Rink. … more
MANCHESTER — The Manchester Business Association is making progress but needs to increase its volunteer base and funding to take its efforts to the next level, the group said Tuesday at a public forum. Organization president Paul W. Carroccio, … more
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