Kids take the stage

Kids take the stage

Local school students have been rehearsing for weeks for a variety of theatrical and musical productions. Here are a few highlights. Top: Rice Memorial High School freshman students in the 2017 Stunt Nite performance at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts in Burlington. A school tradition for 89 years, 2018 Stunt Nite is Tuesday,… Read More »

CVU girls run away with New England championship

CVU girls run away with New England championship

By LAUREN READ The Champlain Valley Union girls cross-country team just can’t stop setting records. One week after finishing with their lowest point total at the Vermont state championships, the Redhawks did it again. CVU captured the 84th New England high school championship on Saturday with 78 total points – their lowest point total at… Read More »

Shelburne Police Log

82 traffic violations 57 medical calls 42 miscellaneous complaints 34 directed patrols 7 false fire alams 11 burglar alarm 6 commercial vehicle inspections 5 secured unlocked businesses 5 accidental 911 call Sept. 15 1:22 a.m. Shelburne Police assisted Vermont State Police with a possible prowler complaint on Lanes Lane in Charlotte. A woman calling from… Read More »

Sen. Lyons thanks voters for their support

To the Editor: Thank you, Shelburne voters, for my re-election to the Vermont Senate. It is an honor to serve you and I appreciate your confidence in my work. I look forward to working on health care, water quality, education, affordable housing, energy, jobs and other issues. I will continue to take a balanced approach… Read More »

Vermont milk passes test before going to market

By ANSON TEBBETTS From time to time, folks will ask our agency, “How safe is the milk we buy in our stores?” The simple answer is, “Very safe.” Let’s dig a little deeper. Caring for cows and all farm animals in Vermont is a top priority. It starts with our dairy farmers monitoring the health of… Read More »

Parks & Rec News

Fall and winter programs and events are online at or in the 2018 fall/winter brochure. Youth Basketball Deadline to register is Friday, Nov. 16. This program emphasizes basics of the sport along with teamwork and sportsmanship in a non-competitive league for kids in grades 1-6. Grades 1-2 are co-ed, and will practice and scrimmage on Saturday mornings… Read More »

Diaper drive aims to help COTS provide for families with children in need

Dee Physical Therapy’s 11th annual Diaper Drive to benefit the Committee on Temporary Shelter is now under way. Started in 2007, the annual drive aims to help meet the organization’s need for disposable diapers for families with young children that it serves. Jason Fitzgerald, clinical coordinator, said the effort runs through Dec. 21 and staff will… Read More »

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