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Publication date: June 28  Columns/features deadline: June 19 Letters due: June 23 Ads deadline: June 23 Publication date: July 12  Columns/features deadline: July 3 Letters due: July 7 Ads deadline:...
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Lynn Monty | Editor in chief We had the pleasure of visiting with Dave Trevithick’s Natural Resources class where we learned all about caring for goats, that we have 8,000...
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  Keith Morrill | Staff writer A Vermont company’s plan to build solar panels in Charlotte was dealt a serious setback after a recent proposed decision recommended that the Vermont...
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  Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief Last week in the Tree Tribe story on page 7 we neglected to give Meg Berlin credit for her stunning images of that...
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  Lynn Monty | Editor in chief Strawberry season is in full swing and Adam’s Berry Farm is finally buzzing. Its first harvest is underway about two weeks later than...
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  Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor Congratulations: to Madison Tieso of Charlotte who earned placement on the Castleton University Dean’s List for the 2017 spring semester. Madison met the requirements...
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Again this year the Friends of the Charlotte Library book sale will be on a Sunday— July 9—from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. You’ll find our usual tent on the...
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Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief The U.S. Route 7 reconstruction and roadway widening between the Charlotte and Ferrisburgh town line and East Thompson’s Point Road that started in 2016...
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Margaret Woodruff | Library director Getting ready for summer and reading! Why is summer reading important? Summer is an important time for students to keep reading and improving their language...
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Rowan Beck | Staff writer  Every year it seems Charlotte Central School says goodbye to teachers. This year is no different, with four retiring. A huge hole will be left...
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Elizabeth Bassett | Contributor Eagles have landed in the Champlain Valley. Eggs have hatched and fuzzy young eaglets populate local nests. With patience and a good pair of binoculars it’s...
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Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor Read Redhawks for state championships Surprise, surprise! Just another state championship for the Redhawk women tennis players. That makes three straight and four out of...
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Sarah Wolverton | News Intern Periwinkle-blue glasses frame eyes that are only a shade lighter than they are. These eyes belong to Alice Trageser, retiring art teacher at Charlotte Central...
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