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Rudolphe “Skip” Vallee, CEO and owner of R.L. Vallee, is optimistic that the project will be able to meet town sensibilities. “We believe that we've designed the project—and are going...
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  Publication date: Sept. 20 Columns/features deadline: Sept. 11 Letters due: Sept. 15 Ads deadline: Sept. 15 Publication date: Oct. 4 Columns/features deadline: Sept. 25 Letters due: Sept. 29 Ads...
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Sportscaster and two-time NFL Super Bowl champion Tony Dungy spoke at Champlain Valley High School in Hinesburg on Sept. 22. ...
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The grant is from the Public Libraries Advancing Community Engagement (PLACE), a project funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), working in partnership with the National Weather Service,...
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The Nile Bright Stars Academy, a mentoring and soccer program for Chittenden County’s Sudanese refugees, headed out on a field trip to the shores of Lake Champlain in Colchester last...
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Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor What is in Nordic Farms’ Future? As most of you know, the iconic landmark Nordic Farm on Route 7 in Charlotte lost its dairy owner...
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Cargill was birding at Charlotte Beach with fellow hobbyist Jim Mead of Williston on Sept. 14. They peered through high-powered spotting scopes over at the New York shoreline where they...
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Representative Mike Yantachka I was disappointed to read about the Public Utility Commission’s denial of a Certificate of Public Good (CPG) for the proposed solar array off Route 7 near...
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Gail Callahan | Correspondent The Vermont State Police commander of the Williston barracks said Charlotte has a very low call volume in comparison to the other nearby towns. Lt. Garry...
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Heather McKim | Staff Writer Charlotte’s wastewater pump station at the Town Green is getting some work in the form of valve and check-valve replacement. The issue of replacing the...
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Submitted by Francine Perkins, VTRANS Project Outreach Coordinator The construction happening at U.S. 7 from the Ferrisburgh/Charlotte town line north for three miles to the Ferry Road intersection is scheduled...
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The ditch on Lewis Creek Road will be getting rock-lined thanks to a $9,700 Municipal Roads Grant-in-Aid pilot project. The grant was accepted at the Charlotte Selectboard’s Sept. 11 meeting....
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Submitted by Charlotte Fire Department Assistant Chief Rob Mullin On the afternoon of Aug. 31, 2017, a Swiftwater Rescue component of the Vermont Urban Search and Rescue Task Force 1...
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Visit the beach any time throughout the summer and you’ll find birdwatchers, swimmers and folks just relaxing. Our beach also is a great place to skip stones, have a picnic...
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