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2012 Vt.-N.H. Shrine football teams named

The stage is set for the 59th Annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl with the announcement of the two Shrine Teams, and, as always, they represent the finest football talent of New Hampshire and Vermont. more »

Feb 21, 2012 2:40 PM Sports

Otters fail to fend off Terriers

Searching to reach the .500-mark on the season, the Otter Valley boys' basketball team recently took on a reeling Bellows Falls team that had lost eight games in a row, after winning their first seven. And something had to give, as the Terriers pulled away in the closing minutes for a 63-58 win in at Holland Gym in Westminster. more »

Feb 20, 2012 9:16 AM Sports



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Best Of Vermont offers one-stop shopping smorgasbord

Launched in September 2010 by Bonnie Kelsey Quinn, Best of Vermont is an e-commerce web site dedicated to offering the best specialty foods from the Green Mountain State. more »

Feb 13, 2012 8:38 AM The Sun


Proctor High School too much for Terriers

The Proctor High School boys' basketball team recently improved their record to 9-4 on the season, after easily knocking off the Bellows falls Terriers, 52-33, on the road in Westminster. more »

Feb 6, 2012 8:27 AM Sports

Rock climbing and Vermont: a natural fit

Rock climbing is a sport that seems to be a natural fit for Vermont’s rugged outback. more »

Jan 30, 2012 4:04 PM Sports

West Rutland loses to G.M.

The West Rutland High School girls' basketball team recently traveled to Chester to take on the Green Mountain Union High School with an unblemished, 5-0 record. However, they would head home with the first loss of the season, dropping a low-scoring, 34-30 loss to the Lady Chieftains at Nason Gym. more »

Jan 16, 2012 2:49 PM Sports



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Report: Vermont needs longer bridges

A recent report, coming after the state’s recovery from Tropical Storm Irene, revealed that Vermont needs to start building longer bridges to stem the tide from swollen rivers. more »

Jan 9, 2012 9:43 AM The Sun

Olympic skiers visit Killington

After the Superstar Pub, located at the base lodge at Killington Resort, fell victim to Tropical Storm Irene, the owners quickly replaced the some 250-seat resort staple with two umbrella bars. more »

Dec 30, 2011 8:21 AM Sports

Community Foundation awards $85,000

Two entities of the Vermont Community Foundation, the Vermont Arts Endowment Fund, and the Concert Artists Fund announced that they have joined forces to award a total of $85,000 to 26 organizations throughout Vermont. more »

Dec 23, 2011 6:20 PM The Sun

Athlete survives brain injury, returns to sport

Pro snowboarder and Vermont-native Kevin Pearce, who suffered a traumatic brain injury while training on the halfpipe in Utah in 2009, will ride for the first time since the accident at a Breckenridge, Colo., this month. He won't be competing or going for big air; he'll just be riding. more »

Dec 14, 2011 1:28 PM Sports

Vermont snowboarder rides again

Pro snowboarder and Norwich-native Kevin Pearce, who suffered a traumatic brain injury while training on the halfpipe in Park City, Utah in 2009, will this week, ride for the first time more »

Dec 12, 2011 2:55 PM Sports


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Farrow gains on the pro snowboard circuit

It has been a very busy year for pro snowboarder and Ludlow native Bengi Farrow. In 2011, the 19-year-old Black River High School graduate (and home-schooled by Branch Brook Academy) has participated in competitions in Italy, New Zealand, Switzerland and Colorado. more »

Dec 5, 2011 9:40 AM Sports


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Division I All-State football teams announced

The Vermont high school All-State football teams were recently selected, with several local student athletes being named to the first and second teams, including Rutland's Kyle Kelly, Middlebury's Marshall Hastings and Hartford's Tucker Stone. more »

Nov 30, 2011 1:54 PM Sports

Real maple syrup: It’s the law—almost

A new bill co-proposed by Vermont U.S. Senators Patrick Lahey (D) and Bernie Sanders (I), along with H.R.3363 Maple Agriculture Protection and Law Enforcement (MAPLE), would make it a felony to sell counterfeit maple syrup, as well as increasing the penalties of the existing law from one year in prison to five. more »

Nov 21, 2011 9:33 AM The Sun

CSC soccer teams fall In tournament

Both the Castleton State College men's and women's soccer teams fell in the NCAA Division III National Championships more »

Nov 14, 2011 5:15 PM Sports

Spartan women win NAC F.H. Championship

The Castleton State College Women’s Field Hockey Team just accomplished what no other Spartan field hockey team has done before. more »

Oct 31, 2011 6:43 PM Sports

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