Chicago Cubs draft Shelburne’s Rayne Supple

Chicago Cubs draft Shelburne’s Rayne Supple

When it Raynes it pours. After pitching the Redhawks to the championship game 3-0 over South Burlington last Wednesday night Champlain Valley Union senior and Shelburne resident Rayne Supple was alerted that he was drafted by the Major League Baseball’s Chicago Cubs in the 38th round; the 1,133 pick to be exact. “I received the… Read More »

A return to the top for CVU girls tennis team

A return to the top for CVU girls tennis team

By Mal Boright According to Champlain Valley Union High’s number one singles player, junior Kathy Joseph, the weather conditions (sunny, around 75 degrees) were excellent Thursday at Shelburne’s Davis Park. The top-seeded Redhawks’ were also excellent as they scored a 5-2 triumph over second seed and defending champion South Burlington High to grab their third… Read More »

Shelburne and community supports police officer in need

Shelburne and community supports police officer in need

It may be difficult to imagine Shelburne Police Officer Mike Thomas at a loss for words, but it’s true. Last Wednesday night, at a fundraiser at the fire station in front of an adoring community, Thomas was rendered speechless. “I was completely overwhelmed and at a total loss of words,” Thomas shared on the Shelburne… Read More »

Shelburne Craft School celebrates the big 70

Shelburne Craft School celebrates the big 70

An unidentified future craftsman shows great interest in one of the 75 cupcakes made by Shelburne Craft School Board member Jack Lazarowski at Shelburne Craft School’s 70th Anniversary on Saturday, May 30 in Shelburne. Photo by Marshall Webb

Graduation Challenge after two decades

Graduation Challenge after two decades

By Chea Waters Evans Spring in Vermont brings many things: flowing sap, daffodils, baby lambs, and the sheer panic of a CVU senior finishing a Graduation Challenge project. On Friday, May 22, 316 students completed their Grad Challenges with presentations at CVU. After two decades, the projects and students have evolved, but the challenges and… Read More »

Shelburne Craft School celebrates 70 years

This year marks the Shelburne Craft School’s 70th anniversary as an incorporated nonprofit. Woodworker and Reverend J. Lynwood Smith started it when he invited a handful of youngsters from the Shelburne Village School to learn the fundamentals of woodworking in 1938, but the organization wasn’t official until 1945. To celebrate, the School is throwing a… Read More »

Shelburne Police host fundraiser for one of their own: All-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner Wednesday, May 27

Shelburne Police host fundraiser for one of their own: All-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner Wednesday, May 27

Police officer Mike Thomas serves the Town of Shelburne on a regular basis, and now it’s time for the community to return the favor. A six-year veteran of the police force, Thomas was diagnosed with Leukemia in March. The day after diagnosis, he received remission induction treatment at the University of Vermont Medical Center. Twenty… Read More »

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