Local artists plan fundraiser for the birds

Local artists plan fundraiser for the birds

ArtsRiot in Burlington will host an art auction to benefit the Wild Bird Fund (WBF) on Tuesday, June 17 from 5:30-7:30pm. The event was conceived by local sculptor and UVM Professor emeritus Barbara Zucker after she heard about the WBF from her granddaughter, an employee at the WBF Center in Manhattan. Amazed that the WBF… Read More »

Rokeby Museum hosts iconic NY postcard exhibit

Rokeby Museum hosts iconic NY postcard exhibit

Who would guess that an artist born and bred on a Vermont farm created the most iconic postcards of New York City? But that’s what Rachael Robinson Elmer did. Although her ground-breaking “Art-Lovers New York” postcards are 100 years old they still retain their beauty and originality. An exhibit presenting the cards and their impact… Read More »

Introducing Skyler Golann

Introducing  Skyler Golann

Skyler Golann is a tough competitor. Sidelined with a chronic back injury on and off during the season, Champlain Valley Union (CVU) head boys tennis coach Frank Babbott is the first to comment on his senior captain. “Skyler is a good athlete, a tough competitor, and a great kid. Even when he has been out… Read More »

Redhawks Recap

Redhawks Recap

Golf team finishes season At the Vermont D-I state championship at Country Club of Vermont on Wednesday, June 4 Champlain Valley finished in sixth place. Peter Scrimgeour carded a 78 which qualified him for regionals, while Ryan Grabone-Akey scored 80, Carter Knox finished with a 86, Will Ryan, 88, and Patrick Pattison 89. Redhawks advance… Read More »

Shelburne girls lacrosse team completes undefeated season

Shelburne girls lacrosse team completes undefeated season

Throughout the entire season, a total of 10 games in the Northern Vermont Girl’s Youth Lacrosse League (NVGYLL), the Shelburne’s girls 7th and 8th grade team remained undefeated. They were even able to remain strong even in the hot temperatures against Williston and Rutland during the final jamboree Sunday, June 8 in Shelburne. “It’s sad… Read More »

Three-peat hopes dashed in valiant effort

Three-peat hopes dashed in valiant effort

The Redhawks and its 10-game postseason winning streak was dealt a 2-1 Division I semifinal blow by the Green Knights on Tuesday afternoon in Hinesburg. Champlain Valley took the lead in the first inning off an RBI single by Hayden Smith, but Rice came roaring back in the fifth inning with two runs of its… Read More »

Green Knights golf team wins first state crown

Green Knights golf team wins first state crown

The Rice Memorial High School Boys Golf Team captured its first ever Division II State championship in the history of its athletic program on Wednesday, June 4 at the Country Club of Vermont. Shelburne residents, freshman Harrison Thayer and junior Brendan Thompson, competing in the third and fourth spots respectively, helped the team finished with… Read More »

Shelburne’s Crea Lintilhac receives honorary degree

Shelburne’s Crea Lintilhac receives honorary degree

Shelburne resident Crea Lintilhac was one of seven outstanding individuals to receive honorary degrees at the University of Vermont’s commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 18. A 1978 graduate of the University of Vermont (UVM), Lintilhac was awarded an honorary doctorate in humane letters in recognition of her contributions as a dedicated public servant, activist, and… Read More »