Colts and fillies 4-H horse show

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ALSTEAD, N.H. – The June Colts and Fillies 4-H Horse Show was held under beautiful skies Sunday, June 17 at the Millot Green in Alstead, N.H. Our judge, Dorothy Crosby of Equi-librium, did a wonderful job with all the divisions. … Continued

Saxtons River park project going out to bid

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SAXTONS RIVER, Vt. – After more than 18 years of effort, the Saxtons River Trustees and a dedicated group of village residents are taking a big step in their plans to turn the contaminated site of a former gas station … Continued

AAUW awards four college scholarships

BRATTLEBORO, Vt. – The Brattleboro branch of the American Association of University Women has awarded four college scholarships of $1,000 each to Windham County students, three to high school graduates and one to a mature woman continuing work towards a … Continued

Independence Day 2018

Don’t miss your local Independence Day celebrations, parades, fireworks, and other festivities! Independence Day 2018

Full online edition: The Vermont Journal 06-27-18

The full online edition is the same as our weekly printed publication. The Vermont Journal 06-27-18 This weeks’ online edition of The Vermont Journal features: Six local high school graduation ceremonies; Fierce and unstoppable Miss Vermont from Woodstock; Ludlow Rotary … Continued

Full online edition: The Shopper 06-27-18

The full online edition is the same as our weekly printed publication. The Shopper 06-27-18 This weeks’ online edition of The Shopper features: Six local high school graduation ceremonies; Saxtons River park project going out for bid; Rockingham town wide … Continued

Op-Ed: Phil Scott is not leading

For the second time, Phil Scott has vetoed the budget passed by the Legislature. The original budget presented to the governor had near unanimous tri-partisan support. I do not believe that the governor is striving for compromise – his opposition … Continued

Op-Ed: $10,000 bribe undercuts Vermont brand

If I held up a cookie and said, I’ll give you five bucks to eat this, what would your initial reaction be? More than likely, either “what’s wrong with it,” or “what’s the catch?” If it were a perfectly good … Continued

Sincere thanks from Green Mountain Union High School

Dear Editor, Approximately $250,000 was awarded between Senior Awards Night and Graduation at Green Mountain Union High School. We would like to thank the following families and organizations for supporting the class of 2018. Chester Rotary & Interact Club, Andy … Continued

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