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CVU Class of 2022. Photo by Al Frey Champlain Valley graduates fill gym with hope Thirty minutes before the ceremony marking the conclusion of 285 Champlain Valley Union students high school careers, Continue Reading
A big part of my job has become dealing with non-native invasive plants (also called “invasive exotic plants” or “invasives”) in the woods. While many of the plant species found...
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Since almost immediately after the private garage where road commissioner Junior Lewis housed his road clearing trucks and equipment burned just before Christmas, the Charlotte Selectboard has been working to...
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With spring and summer cleaning underway, the Department of Environmental Conservation wants to remind and encourage Vermonters to follow a few guidelines for on-premise or backyard open burning....
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On Thursday night, June 9, 44 students graduated from the eighth grade at Charlotte Central School, an occasion that was marked with just the right amounts of pomp, circumstance and...
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I doubt anyone who reads this column doesn’t know what NIMBY stands for: Not In My Backyard....
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If two championships in a row are a repeat and three consecutive championships are a three-peat, what is nine state championships in a row?...
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First the good news: The vernal pool that our team monitors is brimming with tadpoles....
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Congratulations to Charlotte graduates and condolences to the family of Jane McCullough....
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Ethan Tapper and Andrew Lounsbury were each recognized and awarded recently....
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A cutting garden provides a homegrown source of material for fresh flower arrangements. It might focus on one type of plant, such as a spring cutting garden featuring a variety...
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