Half Baked goes to Washington

Half Baked goes to Washington

By Phyl Newbeck William and Christy Wisell keep running out of room. Before they opened Cucina Antica, they had a catering company called Half Baked which operated out of the bottom floor of their Shelburne condo. Will used to bring salads, soups, and sandwiches to car dealerships but eventually the couple ran out of room […]

Rick Norcross & The All-Star Ramblers win Best Song

Rick Norcross & The All-Star Ramblers win Best Song

Shelburne native Rick Norcross, band leader and singer for Rick Norcross & The All-Star Ramblers, and two bandmates vocalist and bass player Dave Rowell and sound engineer and road manager Ken Grillo, attended the Academy of Western Artists (AWA) 19th Annual Will Rogers Awards Ceremony in Dallas, Texas on March 28 and returned home with […]

Town hosts Education Seminar April 13

The Town of Shelburne will host a seminar on the Open Meeting Law, Public Records, and the (newly adopted) Ethics & Conflict of Interest Ordinance on Monday, April 13 between 6:30-9pm at the Shelburne Town Offices. All Shelburne Commission, Board, and Committee members are strongly encouraged to attend and the training is open to the public. This […]

Adam Bunting returns to CVU as Principal

Adam Bunting returns to CVU as Principal

The Champlain Valley Union School District Board announces the appointment of Adam Bunting, a native of Shelburne, to the position of Principal for Champlain Valley Union High School. Bunting graduated from CVU in 1994, and is a graduate of Connecticut College and Harvard University where he majored in English and School Leadership respectively. Most recently, […]

Pierson Library hosts free event with acclaimed musicians

Pierson Library hosts free event with acclaimed musicians

by Lettie Stratton Shelburne’s Pierson Library will host a free community event on Saturday, April 11 at the Shelburne Town Hall, featuring honored guest artists Mary and Frances Rowell who play violin and cello, respectively, with the Craftsbury Chamber Players. From 11am until noon, the sisters will present a musical adventure for all ages titled […]

Shelburne students Sleep Out for homelessness again

Shelburne students Sleep Out for homelessness again

By Sheri Duff and Sadie Williams Last year a team of 10 Shelburne girls committed to join other youth teams from across the state to sleep outside and show solidarity for homeless youth in Vermont as part of the Spectrum Youth & Family Services Student Sleep Out. As opposed to their adult counterparts, the Student […]

CVU’s Kevin Riell remembered with scholarship

CVU’s Kevin Riell remembered with scholarship

By Sheri Duff The outpouring of support extended to Kevin Riell’s family after his unexpected death in December has resulted in a Champlain Valley Union (CVU) scholarship named for the school’s longtime director of co-curricular activity. “The Riell family is humbled by all the donations made in Kevin’s memory,” shared Linda Riell, Kevin’s wife. “We […]

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