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POULTNEY, VT. | Britanny Frasier, a 2017 graduate of Warrensburg High School, grabbed headlines last week... more

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POULTNEY —  Rutland County Audubon will be holding its first wildlife art show, “Our Natural World in Art,” during the spring. more

The Vermont Eagle

RUTLAND — Two more Vermont towns discussed district consolidation possibilities under Act 46, and so far the outlook is positive for keeping school choice. more

The Vermont Eagle

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RUTLAND — On Nov. 2, members of the Vermont State Police investigated two burglaries which occurred at Riverside Motors, land the Trolley Stop in Poultney. more

The Sun

POULTNEY — Evergreen Slate Co., Inc., the largest domestic slate company in the USA—operating a large quarry located in Poultney, Vt.—has acquired the Vermont Natural Colored Stone operation from R.J. Finlay & Co. more

The Vermont Eagle

Middlbury author and activist Bill McKibben spoke at Green Mountain College last week. more

The Sun

Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Tyler S. Manning graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. more

The Sun

On Monday, June 16, at approximately 4:19 p.m., members of the Vermont State Police, Rutland-West Side Office, investigated a simple assault that occurred in Poultney. more

The Sun

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Green Mountain College will host Timothy Patrick McCarthy, director of the Carr Center for Human Rights at Harvard’s Kennedy School, for a public address Jan. 24 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Room of Withey Hall. more

The Sun

On Dec. 20, at approximately 11:29 a.m., Vermont State Police received a call from Poultney Town Manager Jonas Rosenthal who reported the staff at the Poultney Elementary School were reporting a suspicious male on school grounds. The male failed to identify himself to staff and was located behind the school. more

The Sun

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Jeff Roberts, known locally as “Jeff the Barber”, was named the Poultney Chamber of Commerce’s Citizen of the Year. Roberts received the award at a ceremony held at the Poultney American Legion Post Dec. 15. more

The Sun

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The Welsh Presbyterian Church of Poultney, and the Poultney Area St. David’s Society, are cosponsoring the upcoming Dec. 16, at 2 p.m., charity event “Carol Sing—Canu Carolau”. more

The Sun

Jingle Bell Jam, a special class for children up to seven years old, will be held Sunday, Dec. 16, 1:30-3 p.m., the Tiny Theatre in Poultney. The holiday music special includes singing, dancing, instrument play, crafts, and refreshments. more

The Sun

Green Mountain College is cooking up something good for its graduate students. Helene York, director of purchasing strategy for Bon Appétit Management and director of the Bon Appétit Management Company Foundation, will be a visiting scholar for the college’s M.S. in Sustainable Food Systems program. more

The Sun

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The following students of Poultney High School received honors recognition for the 2012 autumn semester: more

The Sun

Welsh Presbyterian Church Grove Street (Route 30) in Poultney , Vermont will host in its sanctuary and co-sponsor with Poultney Area St. David’s Society, Inc. a Christmas (Nadolig) season Carol Sing and Tea (Canu Carolau & Te Bach) on Sunday, Dec. 16, at 2 p.m. more

The Sun

The Poultney High School Spanish and Art Clubs are holding Noche de Sopa or Soup Night, Thursday, Dec. 6, from 6-9 p.m. more

The Sun

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The following students of Poultney High School received honors recognition for the 2012 autumn semester... more

The Sun

The recent controversy over the fate of Lou and Bill, an aged team of working oxen at Poultney’s Green Mountain College, illustrates the profound and dispiriting disconnect between contemporary American society and the source of our food. more

Opinions

The Board of Directors and staff of Rural Vermont distributed a letter to the editor Nov. 14 in support of Green Mountain College’s efforts to maintain their commitment to sustainable agriculture and food sovereignty. The response came after the humane slaughter of an old ox named Lou. more

The Sun

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