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LEICESTER | Residents of Salisbury and Leicester may be familiar with the strange name “Satan’s Kingdom”, a place name for a vague area located near Lake Dunmore and Fern Lake. But beyond vague references to what sounds like a local place of darkness Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | Every meeting of the Middlebury student organization WildMidd opens with “nature notes,” as each attendee shares a recent observation of the natural world... Read more

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SALISBURY | Bill Powers, of Rutland, and Ivy Dixon, of Pittsford, enjoyed a walk on the thickening ice on Lake Dunmore in Salisbury. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | A vintage 1940s-era, hand-tinted postcard showing Branbury Beach along the eastern shore of Lake Dunmore. Read more

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SALISBURY | Phililp Lynch, of Saranac N.Y., broke away from Connor McCormick of Dover, Mass., at the two mile point to go on to win the final event in the Vermont Sun Run and Triathlon Series of races. Read more

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SALISBURY | The summer months are not only a time for Vermont sunshine, they are also the time when Vermont Sun shines. Read more

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SALISBURY — Vermont Sun Fitness Centers staged their first two Triathlons of the season Saturday with the sprint distance, Vermont Sun Triathlon and the Olympic distance, Lake Dunmore Triathlon. Read more

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SALISBURY — The Vermont Sun Fitness centers of Middlebury and Vergennes are spearheading the Triathlon and Running series for the 31st season at Branbury Park on Lake Dunmore. Read more

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SALISBURY — Beginning during the late 1800s and early 1900s, Vermont’s pristine lakes became popular destinations for summer travelers. Read more

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