Experience Rules as West Rutland Topples Trojans

West Rutland used the experience and athleticism of their nine seniors last week to advance to the Division IV state title game with a road win over the Twinfield-Cabot boys’ basketball team in the semifinals.

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Principal Merri Greenia Honored with School Leadership Award

Craftsbury Schools Principal Merri Greenia was awarded the National Association of Elementary School Principals’ “National Distinguished Vermont Principal of the Year” for 2021-2022. She was selected by the executive council of the Vermont Principals Association.

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Proposed Cabot Community Association Park Serves as Guiding Symbol in Cabot Community Growth

Small towns in Vermont and across New England are no strangers to aging populations and youth moving away. Cabot has not escaped this trend, but the town is doing something about it. Downtown Cabot is changing to better reflect the lives of current residents as well as draw and retain younger residents. That change is starting with the brown building at 3065 Main Street.

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Town Manager Fielder Will Not Renew Employment Contract

Town Manager Shaun Fielder formally told the Hardwick Select Board on March 18 that he will not be renewing his employment contract, which ends on May 31.

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March Madness Strikes Again as Wildcats Fall at the Buzzer

Devyn Gleason ended the Hazen Union boys’ basketball team’s season last week with a desperation three-pointer as time expired, sending Enosburg into the semifinals of the Division III tournament.

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Trojans Moving on to Semis

The Twinfield/Cabot boys’ basketball team keeps finding ways to win without their star center as they outlasted a determined Twin Valley team over the weekend to advance to the Division IV semifinals.

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