CVU girls survive, earn fifth state title in a row

CVU girls survive, earn fifth state title in a row

When the buzzer sounded at Patrick Gym on Saturday, it set off a familiar scene for high school girls basketball fans. For the fifth year in a row, the Division I season ended with Champlain Valley Union High School celebrating a state championship. “Amazing, unbelievable,” said CVU senior Marlee Gunn. “It never gets old.” The… Read More »

Both teams should be proud — Drew Buley

In the article “Boys Lose State Final in OT Heartbreaker” (March 15) I found that it was really cool that a team that had never won the state final was going up against a team that had not won it in 50 years. Both teams should be proud about that, but it’s unfortunate that only one team could… Read More »

Thank you from Diana Vachon — Diana Vachon

Dear friends and fellow residents, Thank you to everyone who supported me during the Town Meeting election. I sincerely appreciate your votes and electing me to be Shelburne’s town clerk. I am so grateful and happy to be continuing in this position. Thank you to all the election officials who came out to work the… Read More »

Emily Friedrichsen wins Vt. poetry competition

Emily Friedrichsen wins Vt. poetry competition

Shelburne resident and CVU freshman Emily Friedrichsen recently won the State of Vermont Poetry Out Loud Competition on March 16. This honor gives her an all-expense-paid trip to represent Vermont at the National Poetry Out Loud Competition in Washington, D.C., April 24-26. At Nationals, 53 high school students compete for the National POL title and… Read More »

SCS presents the play “Into the Woods, Jr”

Shelburne Community School presents “Into the Woods, Jr.”, by Stephen Sondheim, directed by Susan Palmer,with a cast and crew of over 25 SCS Middle Schoolers. The second of two shows is tonight. It starts at 7 pm, with a bake sale starting at 6:15. Kids, come dressed as your favorite fairy tale character and receive… Read More »

Shelburne Vineyards wins another award

The Best of New England Wine Competition just announced results of their first competition, and Shelburne Vineyard’s 2015 LaCrescent earned the title of Best White Wine. LaCrescent, a richly flavored aromatic semi-dry white crafted from grapes harvested from the Shelburne Vineyard’s Shelburne and Charlotte plantings, is a hybrid grape varietal developed by cross-pollinating European with American grapes native… Read More »

Boys lose state final in OT heartbreaker

Boys lose state final in OT heartbreaker

Everything was primed for a storybook end to the Champlain Valley boys basketball season. With eight seniors, the program’s best-ever regular-season record, only one loss, and a No.-1 seed, the Redhawks were looking to cap it all off with the first Division I boys hoops title in school history. Unfortunately, Rutland High School had other… Read More »

Thank you from John Kerr — John Kerr

Dear Shelburne residents, I would like to thank all those that came out to vote on March 7, 2017. I am honored to be re-elected to serve for two more years on the Selectboard and will live up to my commitment of keeping Shelburne first in our decision-making. I would especially like to thank Doris… Read More »

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