Photos from Killington World Cup 2018

World Cup

KILLINGTON, Vt. – Killington World Cup took place Thanksgiving Weekend, Nov. 24-25 at Killington Resort. Here are additional photos from the event. Thank you, Neal Magnus.

High school basketball schedule, Week 1

basketball

REGION – Winter sports are here! Basketball games may change due to weather or other circumstances. For more information about an individual game or team, go to the schools’ athletic department websites. If you have any sports news or photos … Continued

This & That: BF Terriers field hockey state champions

Terriers

The Bellows Falls Terriers field hockey team is the Vermont Division I state champion. They defeated and shut out South Burlington 2-0 at the University of Vermont to keep their 57-game winning streak and four consecutive state title streak alive. … Continued

Okemo to hold food drive for local food shelf

LUDLOW, Vt. – Okemo ski area will continue a long-standing tradition Dec. 2 when the employees and volunteers hold their Fall Cares and Shares food drive. When skiers and snowboarders donate at least five non-perishable food items, a new/unused child’s … Continued

Stowe and Okemo open for the 2018-19 winter season

Okemo

STOWE/LUDLOW, Vt. – A combination of world-class snowmaking and strong early-season snowfall allowed both Stowe and Okemo Mountain Resort to open earlier than in most prior years, Friday, Nov.16. Stowe will offer top-to-bottom skiing and riding with over 2,000 vertical … Continued

BFMS annual ski sale

ski sale

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – The Bellows Falls Middle School PTO presents the annual Ski Sale, Saturday, Dec. 8 at BFMS cafeteria, 15 School St. in Bellows Falls. The sale runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Great prices on winter … Continued

Stratton Mountain School hosts ski sale

STRATTON, Vt. – Join us Thanksgiving Weekend, Nov. 23-25, for the famous Stratton Mountain School Ski Sale, held at the Greg Needell Gymnasium on the Stratton Mountain School campus. The sale will take place 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday … Continued

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