Kurn Hattin students celebrate reading

Reading to pet guinea pig

WESTMINSTER, Vt. – Kurn Hattin’s kindergarten and first graders had a special day at the end of March to celebrate reading. They enjoyed a pajama day, making monster bookmarks, and holding a read-a-thon in which they read books many different … Continued

Springfield Elks 1560 annual dictionary handout

Elks give Union Street School third graders dictionaries

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – Springfield Elks Lodge 1560 didn’t let Covid-19 get the best of them. Annually, the lodge presents all third graders at Union Street School with an Elks dictionary. This year was no different as they presented 79 students … Continued

Cota & Cota inspires kindness to Kurn Hattin


WESTMINSTER, Vt. – “Inspire kindness and pay it forward” is a phrase Casey Cota and Kelley Cota Tully learned from their grandfather, Ken Cota. After making some technology upgrades at Cota & Cota, Casey and Kelley chose to donate 24 … Continued

Spring sports schedule, April 17-24


REGION – Game schedules are subject to change. For more information about an individual game or team, go to the schools’ athletic department websites. If you would like to submit sports news or photos from a recent game, please email … Continued

Laura Cody McNaughton Memorial Fund Scholarship Award 2020

memorial fund

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – The Laura Cody McNaughton Memorial Fund is proud to announce its first annual Public Health and Community Service Scholarship award to Angelae Wunderle of Bellows Falls now studying at Drew University. The 2020 scholarship is for $8,000. … Continued

2021 Frank Dressler scholarships open to applicants

LUDLOW, Vt. – The Frank Dressler scholarships are given in memory of Frank Dressler, Black River High School’s “ultimate fan” for many years. In his retirement, Frank moved to Ludlow and began attending Black River’s home games when he noticed … Continued

Green Mountain win program’s first title

Green Mountain Division 3 championship. Photo by Adam Aucoin, Rutland Herald

BARRE, Vt. – It was the perennial power against the team seeking its first boys basketball state championship. Green Mountain and Williamstown played every possession as though it meant everything because it did. Green Mountain rode back to Chester with … Continued

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