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A preliminary report from Vermont Fish & Wildlife shows that hunters had a banner season this spring with the highest turkey harvest ever recorded. Hunters brought home 6,570 wild turkeys during the spring hunting season, including 743 turkeys … more
A Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department botanist and his wife were out for a weekend hike at Raven Ridge Natural Area in Monkton recently when they discovered a flowering plant that has not been seen in Vermont in decades and was thought to be … more
The Safari Club International (SCI) Foundation recently awarded the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department a $50,000 grant in support of an ongoing three-year study the department is conducting on the state's moose herd. The organization awards … more
The Cambridge Central School District announces students achieving Principal's Honor, High Honor, and Honor Roll status for the fourth and final quarter of 2016-17 school year.Grade 12Principal's honorHallie Bissonette, Justin Blanchfield, Cole … more
SHAFTSBURY — No one was hurt Wednesday when the driver of a 2011 Patriot Jeep swerved to miss an animal on White Creek Road and hit a tree.State Police said Ralph Bennett, 22, of Hoosick Falls, N.Y. was driving. The crash happened at … more
NORTH BENNINGTON — Officials who updated the Bennington community on a partial settlement involving PFOA contamination in hundreds of local wells were interrupted several times by applause Wednesday, as residents digested some of the best news … more
NORTH BENNINGTON — Attorneys representing residents affected by PFOA contamination and some of their clients issued a reminder Wednesday that the state's agreement with Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics to fund $20 million in water line … more
HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. — Anglers at Thayers Pond are being told to "catch and release" fish after some species were found to contain elevated levels of an industrial chemical similar to PFOA.The state Department of Health issued the advisory … more
ARLINGTON — The Arlington School Board did not issue a response to a letter from Burr and Burton Academy, stating that any decision about where to send the town's high school students was a decision for the voters, not the board."Our meeting … more
POWNAL — About 120 town residents whittled down a list of proposed community-oriented projects from 16 to five, but not before critics of the Vermont Council on Rural Development-led initiative continued to press their objections.That included … more
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