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    July 22, 2015

    Top to bottom: From the top of the parki...

    COVER STORY | By Janelle Faignant Last summer it was a black and white striped sundress, marked down with that famous colored sticker to fifty-percent...
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    July 15, 2015

    Heir apparent

    Before taking over as host of ‘The Daily Show,’ comedian Trevor Noah brings laughs to the Paramount COVER STORY  |  By Janelle Faignant The firs...
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    July 8, 2015

    Dirty Girl Mud Run takes VT

    COVER STORY | By COURTNEY PARKER Women across the state are gearing up for a day of strength, agility, charity support and mud as they prepare for the...
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    July 1, 2015

    Independence Day Celebrations

      Rutland Region Chamber Fireworks Extravaganza Voted Readers Choice “Best Fireworks in Region”! Don’t miss the Rutland Region Chamber of C...
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    June 24, 2015

    Making the grades: Class of 2015 graduat...

    Black River High School Cedar Allen, Yana Belova, Charles Berry, Tyler Briere, Christopher Ciufo, Katie Cloutier, Kateri Collins, Amber Euber, Cassand...
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Top to bottom: From the top of the parking deck to the depths of “the pit,” summer is sizzling in downtown Rutland

COVER STORY | By Janelle Faignant Last summer it was a black and white striped sundress, marked down with that famous colored sticker to fifty-percent off. The year before, it…

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+FIVE: July 23-29, 2015

PHAT! Phil Henry Acoustic Trio July 23 7 p.m. West Rutland Town Hall lawn West Rutland Gary Moon on percussion, Jeff Kimball on piano, accordion and mandolins, and Phil Henry…

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READER BULLETINS: July 23-29, 2015

HISTORIC WATCH & CLOCK EXPERTS AT CHIMNEY POINT On Sunday, July 26, starting at 1 p.m., members of the Green Mountain Timekeepers Society will be at the Chimney Point State…

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ARTS PREVIEW: July 23-29, 2015

ROCHESTER Heliand Trio The Rochester Chamber Music Society presents soprano Mary Bonhag with the Heliand Trio at 4 p.m. Sunday, July 26, in the Rochester Federated Church. The program features…

Photo by Hubert Schriebl 
Molly (Rose Hemingway) prepares to fight in “Peter and the Starcatcher.” In the background, from left, are Lord Aster (John Leonard Thompson), Hawking Clam (Matt Gibson) and Ted (Devin Johnson).

Theater Review: Weston finds magic in ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’

THE LOWE DOWN  |  By Jim Lowe There was a dearth of youngsters at Friday’s opening night performance of “Peter and the Starcatcher” at Weston Playhouse, but the adults were…

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Bugging out: ‘Ant-Man’ is a small story worth telling

By Jim Sabataso  |  Correspondent Given the torturous history of its production. I was unsure what to expect going into “Ant-Man,” the latest installation in Marvel’s vast universe of films….

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Summer Treats

BOOKS CHECKED OUT | By JANET CLAPP Summer retreats create strong emotions, whether the places are camps for children crowded in cabins and singing around the campfire with s’mores, or…

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Salad logic

FARMERS MARKET FIXIN’S | By GORDON DRITSCHILO What the heck is a salad turnip? I’d never heard of it either, so, naturally, it had to be the centerpiece of this…

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An group of young professional gathered Tuesday noon to announce a plan  for a  Yopung Professional of Vermont Summit to be held  Sept. 12th at the Paramount Theater in downtown Rutland. The announcement was in collaboration with Castleton Downtown and the Rutland Young Professionals. Heritage Family Credit Union is one of the financial supporters of the event. Among those at the gathering were Katie Taylor, left, of the Burlington Young Professionals  and Alex Beck of the Southern Vermont Young Professional of Brattleboro. Sen. Brian Collamore is on the right.

Rutland will host state’s first young professionals summit

By Lola Duffort  |  Correspondent. To help counter the problem of Vermont’s shrinking workforce, Rutland Young Professionals is spearheading an effort to bring their peers from across the state together…

Driving toward life’s better habits: Teacher wins national recognition

By Lola Duffort  |  Correspondent. NORTH CLARENDON — Michael Pluta, of Mill River Union High School, has won a national recognition for teaching excellence in an oft-overlooked field: driver education….