CVU Grad selected for Deborah Parton Memorial Award

CVU Grad selected for  Deborah Parton Memorial Award

Former Champlain Valley Union High School standout athlete Lindsay Kingston recently received the Deborah Parton Memorial Award from the Middlebury College Athletic Department. Given to the senior student-athlete who exemplifies the spirit and dedication of Deb Parton, Kingston was a senior back on the 2013 Middlebury soccer team. She started all 22 soccer games for the… Read More »

JVA lacrosse team completes season with one loss

JVA lacrosse team completes season with one loss

By Michael Regan The Champlain Valley Union (CVU) JVA lacrosse team finished the last four games of the season with an offensive explosion, outscoring their opponents 37-9. The Redhawks tallied wins against Rutland (6-2), Colchester (12-2), Mount Mansfield (13-2), and Middlebury (6-3). Through the last nine games of the season the Redhawks outscored their opponents… Read More »

Par for the course: Cedar Knoll hits milestone anniversary

Par for the course: Cedar Knoll hits milestone anniversary

By Sheri Duff Hinesburg’s Cedar Knoll Country Club  (CKCC) will celebrate its 20th year in style. Starting with roll-back rates and a summer tournament, this milestone anniversary offers golfers and non-golfers alike the opportunity to celebrate throughout the season. “The past twenty years have been something,” stated CKCC superintendent Tom Ayer, “My mom and dad… Read More »

Dawna Hammers releases new album

Dawna Hammers releases new album

“Into the Mystic” by singer-songwriter and recording artist Dawna Hammers, of Shelburne, is a beautiful tribute to her favorite songwriters of the 1960s and 70s. The album includes eleven spiritually inspiring songs by Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Carole King, Van Morrison, The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, Aerosmith, and even Tommy James and the Shondells. “Into the… Read More »

Opening doors again

Opening doors again

By Tricia Kennedy Nestled inside a butter yellow house on the outskirts of Shelburne Village is the newly re-established Open Arms Food and Juice Shop. Family-owned and operated by husband and wife team Acoy and Sam Cofino, Open Arms re-opened in April after the family closed shop in 2010 to cope with medical issues. While… Read More »

Town tradition honors Shelburne Veterans

Town tradition honors Shelburne Veterans

By Sheri Duff Not a drop of rain greeted the nearly 200 community members in attendance for the annual Shelburne Memorial Day tribute on Monday morning, May 26. As in past years, the Memorial Day ceremony began with the presentation of the colors by Shelburne Boy Scout Troop #602 and a musical performance by the… Read More »

GMCB Chair Al Gobeille to speak June 3

GMCB Chair Al Gobeille to speak June 3

The Shelburne Republican Town Committee will host guest speaker Al Gobeille, chair of the 15-member Green Mountain Care Board, Tuesday, June 3 at the Dutch Mill Restaurant from 7:30-8:30am. Gobeille of Shelburne will discuss his experience implementing Act 48 and answer questions about the process. Although it is a Tuesday, this will act as the… Read More »

Report from Montpelier: May 29, 2014

Education update Shelburne Representatives Joan Lenes and Kate Webb highlight education in this second article in a three-part series. Next week: environment and infrastructure Important conversations began this year addressing the future and underlying costs of education and school governance. By the end of the session, we simply ran out of time to complete this… Read More »

D-Day Remembrance Day slated for June 7

D-Day Remembrance Day slated for June 7

Seventy years ago, on June 6, 1944, the largest amphibious military invasion took place on the beaches of Normandy, France. D-Day, the allied invasion, would change the course of WWII and ultimately result in the defeat of Hitler and the surrender of Germany on May 8, 1945. In honor of the 70th anniversary of D-Day,… Read More »