Local News

Large bear euthanized in Killington

By Robin Alberti KILLINGTON—Spring has been fickle this year and came late, creating a shortage of native food for them to eat. Consequently, many homeowners and businesses have been reporting bears getting into their trashcans and Dumpsters around the area. […]

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Local News

On the rocks

By Paul Holmes A climber hangs onto the cliffside of Deer Leap in Killington, taking advantage of a dry day to practice mountain climbing skills on the rock face. Deer Leap cliffs, just below the lookout and above Inn at […]

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Local News

Arial construction continues

By Paul Holmes A helicopter has been busy transferring heavy materials up the mountain at Killington Resort as part of the mid-station construction on the Snowdon Triple lift. The construction of a mid-station is part of the third phase of […]

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Featured

Rebuilding the mid-station

KILLINGTON — A helicopter flew large pieces of steel up Killington mountain Monday, Nov. 23, including towers for the new mid-station that Killington Mountain School, in partnership with Killington Resort, is building at the Snowdon Triple lift. The Snowdon Triple lift […]

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Reflections on a summer night

Sunday night, Aug. 16, a lone fly-fisherman casts a line on Colton Pond in Killington. His red pontoon fishing boat casts a bright reflection on the dark water. Lakes across the region were popular this past week as temperatures rose into […]

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