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Photo by Paul Lamontagne/vtsportsimages.com From left, wide receivers and defensive backs Calvin Steele and Jack Sumner leap for joy with the scoreboard telling the story of CVU’s victory in Rutland on Saturday night. CVU brings home first state football title As the crowd straggled out of the Rutland High football stadium, reluctant for the celebration to end, one hushed voice could barely be heard through the dark beyond the lights and those still rejoicing: READ MORE →
Area events in and around Charlotte for all ages....
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Champlain Valley was not going to be denied this time....
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Cameron “Cami” Davis has always painted but her art has evolved over the years....
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I’ve lived in Charlotte for 28 years. For most of that time, I knew nothing about the people who got the local paper to our mailbox every couple of weeks....
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Some wag once said, “Eternity is two people and a roast turkey.”......
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The Grange is a well-known and uniquely American organization....
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On Nov. 6, the Champlain Valley Redhawks didn’t just defeat Mount Mansfield for the school’s 20th girls soccer state championship....
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In this article we identify Charlotte School #8, aka the Mutton Hill School, located on the west side of Route 7 (Ethan Allen Highway), just north of the entrance to...
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As our wonderful local farmsteads are thinking of shutting down for their winter break, I have been enjoying the very last fruits of summer....
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