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Signs promote social distancing, #onekillington

Killington joins others in sign campaign KILLINGTON—The Killington Pico Area Association (KPAA) is pleased to announce the arrival of Killington’s very own Covid-19 public service announcement lawn signs. KPAA Executive Director Mike Coppinger, explained: “Many communities across Vermont, and I’m […]

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Prevent tick bites

Free online lyme disease prevention curriculum for children May is Lyme & Tickborne Disease Awareness Month. With Vermont children schooling and playing at home, tick bite prevention is extremely important, according to a news release from vtlyme.org. Students can learn […]

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Castleton University president resigns

Karen Scolforo joined VSC chancellor Jeb Spaulding in announcing her resignation Wednesday night. Spaulding’s resignation was anticipated, Scolforo’s was not.  By Lola Duffort/VT Digger The president of Castleton University submitted her resignation Wednesday, becoming the second top administrator in the […]

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School finance guru to leave July 1

By Curt Peterson Finance and Operations Manager Mike Concessi is leaving his post at Windsor Central Unified School District after June 30. He started the job on Sept. 9, 2019, meaning he will have worked 10 months in the position. […]

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New Wilderness Preserve created in Bridgewater

Bramhall Wilderness Preserve is 359 acres in the Chateauguay No-Town Conservation Area BRIDGEWATER—Northeast Wilderness Trust purchased 359 acres from Paedra Bramhall earlier this month, creating the first privately protected, forever-wild preserve in the Chateauguay No-Town Conservation Area, according to a […]

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