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Vermont's solar sprawl set to erase no-billboards tourism appeal

Vermont Watchdog Report

When Ted Riehle won his crusade to end the scourge of billboards in the 1960s, the former state lawmaker helped create the Vermont brand

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‘802 Vt. Music Showcase’ at Paramount Theatre

Paramount Theatre officials announced last week that the second show in its new series, the 802 VT Music Showcase, featuring Vermont bands on the main stage. The show will take place on Thursday, Oct. 22 at the historic performing arts and motion picture theater, located at 30 Center St., in downtown Rutland.

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Maxwell among NCAA Women of the Year

Alison Maxwell, a resident of Port Angeles, Wash., and a 2015 Middlebury graduate, has been selected as one of the Top 30 honorees (10 from each NCAA division) for the prestigious NCAA Woman of the Year Award.

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Hannaford Career Center students learn team work, math, engineering skills

Hannaford Career Center’s veteran instructors Doug Atwood and Jake Burnham are proud of the school’s STEM Academy—so, too, are students who discover the fun and challenges of engineering design and precision machining.

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Walk for the Animals: Dogs definitely invited!

Homeward Bound, Addison County’s Humane Society, is hosting “Woofstock: Walk for the Animals”, 9:30 a.m., on Saturday, Sept. 19.

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Expelled student is suing Middlebury College

An anonoymous, former Middlebury College student is suing the institution, according to reports which followed a U.S. Federal Court in Vermont brief filing Aug. 28.

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Lisman to run for Vermont governor

Vermont-native Bruce Lisman announced his candidacy for governor of the State of Vermont, pledging to lead the state toward "a brighter future and work to make Vermont an even better place to live, work and raise a family."

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Middlebury woman charged with grand larceny

On Aug. 28, Vermont State Police officers responded to a theft call regarding a motor vehicle that was stolen from a residence located on Route 22A in Bridport.

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Middlebury museum starts "Go Fund Me" digitization project

The National Museum of the Morgan Horse, located in Middlebury, has a large collection of archives and artifacts relating to the history of the Morgan horse in regionally and nationally.

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From the editor: Downtown shadows

Please don’t call this Monday morning quarterbacking since my comments had been voiced in an editorial—about building the new Middlebury municipal building in the now jam-packed downtown corridor—more than a year ago.

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Middlebury College plans ambitious arts, performance season for 2015-16

Middlebury College’s Annual Nicholas R. Clifford Symposium kicks off each academic year with campus-wide activities and discussions.

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Middlebury's "Woofstock" to include fun, food, two-mile run

Homeward Bound, Addison County’s Humane Society, is hosting “Woofstock: Walk for the Animals”, 9:30 a.m., on Saturday, Sept. 19. This is the shelter’s largest fundraiser of the year.

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Bank partners with Addison County Habitat for Humanity on Middlebury house

Soon, one lucky family in Addison County will have the opportunity to reside in an affordable, new handcrafted home in one of Middlebury’s rising neighborhoods, South Ridge.

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New Haven officials discuss proposed HVDC project

On Aug, 24, members of the New Haven Select Board discussed a proposed HDVC converter station project that, if built, will forever alter the rural landscape of New Haven.