Letter

Welcoming our Syrian neighbors

By Lawrence G. Jensen In just a few months, the first Syrian refugees may begin to arrive in Rutland, and as they settle in they will be far removed from the culture and places they have known as their home. […]

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News Briefs

News Briefs: Rutland Region, June 1

By Lani Duke Irish contributions to Vermont recognized RUTLAND COUNTY—Events in Rutland City, Rutland Town, and West Rutland the weekend of May 20-22 celebrated the role of people from Ireland in shaping Vermont’s history. The event, under the title of […]

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News Briefs

News Briefs: Rutland Region May 26

Neighbors helping neighbors RUTLAND CITY—Major thank yous are due to Alderman Dave Allaire and his wife Audrey for stepping up to aid Bardwell House residents evacuated as a result of the May 7 fire. The couple spent the day keeping […]

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Local News

CSJ celebrates 57th commencement

On Sunday, May 15, 62 students crossed the stage at the College of St. Joseph’s 57th commencement ceremony. CSJ President Dr. Richard Lloyd conferred degrees upon the graduates. Academic Dean Dr. Jonas Prida led the processional. Rutland City Chief of Police […]

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News Briefs

Rutland Region News Briefs

by Lani Duke RUTLAND CITY NEWS Dorr Drive bridge name change considered Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars have asked the Rutland Aldermen to consider renaming the new bridge on River Street in honor of Aldo Manfredi. Although the […]

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Sports

CSJ weekly athletics roundup

The first United States Collegiate Athletic Association Baseball and Softball Coaches polls were announced on Friday, April 1. College of Saint Joseph baseball was ranked No. 1 in the country,  while the softball team was ranked No. 4. The Fighting […]

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