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Fun in the Fields

Fun in the Fields
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Members of the Rutland County chapter of the NAACP have concerns about the response from Ver…

Editor’s note: Current PrEvents is produced by the Central Vermont New Directions Coalition in Montpelier as part of the Regional Prevention Partnership grant from the Vermont Department of Health.

BURLINGTON — The line of people affected by the partial government shutdown may be growing longer by the day, but nearly 13,000 Vermonters who are enrolled in a program that provides federally…

BARRE – Facing a forecast that calls for significant snowfall and subzero temperatures over the next few days city officials are highlighting opportunities for people seeking shelter from the cold.

MONTPELIER — Thomas Greene likes the chaos of life, and its unexpected adventure. He lets it surround him, infiltrate him as he works. The writer can be found in public spots, tapping away at …

MARSHFIELD — Olivia Hogan scored 23 points, including her team’s first nine, and the Twinfield Trojans mounted a furious fourth-quarter rally, but visiting White River Valley managed to hold t…

NORTHFIELD — The Norwich University men’s basketball team attempted to erase a 22-point halftime deficit but ran out of time during Thursday’s 97-80 loss against New England College.

RANDOLPH — Vermont Technical College Track and Field coach Bob Dunkle announced Thursday that two-time Olympian Doug Padilla will return for the 4th annual Track and Field Festival this March.

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Karen M. Worden WATERBURY — Karen M. Worden, 53, passed away unexpectedly at her home in Waterbury on Thursday evening, December 13, 2018. The memorial reception scheduled at the Waterbury Ame…

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Clifton C. Markham RIVERTON — Clifton C. Markham, 92, of Riverton, passed away peacefully on January 13, 2019, at his home surrounded by loved ones. Born in Warren, Vermont on April 23, 1926 t…

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Robert B. Jones Sr. BERLIN — Robert Bennon Jones Sr., 84, died Monday, Jan. 14, 2019, at the Veterans Affairs hospital in White River Junction. He was born Sept. 30, 1934, in Wardell, Missouri…

Editorial

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