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Byline: By LIZ SAUCHELLI

There was a time when a good portion of Vermonters believed Native Americans had never settled in the Green Mountain State.“The state’s position...

Over the course of five months, Elliott Greenblott tallied more than 220 COVID-19-related scams targeting Twin State residents.That number likely...

If you live in the Upper Valley, you’re probably well-acquainted with ticks and the risks they pose.Images of the parasites at various stages in...

WEST LEBANON — If you’re walking near the Kilton Public Library this week, be sure to look up.Up into the trees that is. That’s where you’ll see...

When you only come out at night and people think you might transform into a blood-sucking vampire at any moment, it’s tough to give anyone the warm...

The Angus heifer reaches for the bright orange handle holding the electric fence in place with her mouth, unhooks it and lets it go. Then she moves...

If the Cornish Fair takes place this year, livestock exhibitors and fairgoers will likely have a new barn to visit.The Cornish Fair Association is...

Creativity keeps principal present

12/10/20

Interacting with students is the best part of Principal Harrison Little’s job.“The part of the time in the office really isn’t that much fun,” the...

In a year when traditional engagement with art has been put on hiatus, the Library Arts Center in Newport has sought ways to connect artists with...

A couple of times a week, Gordon Best leaves his home in Windsor to drive senior citizens to medical appointments and grocery shopping, among other...

Pandemic puts pop-up clinics on hold

7/7/20

The Visiting Nurse and Hospice for Vermont and New Hampshire has suspended its health and foot clinics for the time being as the Dartmouth...

When Bob Joslin built his Stoney Brook Road home in 2004, he made sure it included a special room.He needed somewhere to store and display his salt...

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