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    April 20, 2017

    Lip Syncing for the Little Ones

    By Courtney Widli On Saturday, April 29 teams made up of Rutland community members and organizations will dance, entertain and lip sync their way to v...
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    April 12, 2017

    Students’ art on display at Chaffee

    By Janelle Faignant ARTS CORRESPONDENT “Art is not what you see but what you make others see,” French artist Edgar Degas said, and every year, the...
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    April 5, 2017

    Finding what works: Castleton University...

    By Catherine Twing Correspondent CASTLETON — Sixteen-year-old Joan bursts through the doors of Glenbrook Gymnasium on the Castleton University campu...
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    March 29, 2017

    Drama encore in Proctor

    By Gordon Dritschilo Correspondent When the curtain goes up for the first time in more than a decade, it will be on an all-new stage. Proctor Junior-S...
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    March 22, 2017

    Jay Ottaway: Crossing musical times ...

    By George V. Nostrand Staff Writer “The Jay Ottaway Band — Live in Europe,” album lays down a driving, rollicking sound right off the bat. It’...
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Lip Syncing for the Little Ones

By Courtney Widli On Saturday, April 29 teams made up of Rutland community members and organizations will dance, entertain and lip sync their way to victory, while raising necessary funds…

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READER BULLETINS: April 20-26, 2017

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.com POULTNEY WOMAN’S CLUBApril 20 at 7 p.m. the Poultney Woman’s Club will hold their monthly meeting at the Methodist Church…

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ARTS PREVIEW: April 20-26, 2017

RUTLANDKathy GriffinComedian, actress and author Kathy Griffin brings her Celebrity Run-In Tour to The Paramount Theatre at 8 p.m. Sunday, April 30.Two-time Emmy and Grammy award-winning Griffin is a towering…

Slow burn: ‘The Americans’ takes its time as it readies for its final act

By Jim Sabataso Correspondent I was holding off reviewing the new season of “The Americans” until things got more exciting, but at nearly the halfway point, I’m readjusting my expectations….

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Introducing three Vermont poets

By Janelle Faignant Correspondent Writers say that sometimes words are sought out, like shells on the beach, while other times the tide seems to bring them in. That may be…

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‘Mamma Mia!’: ABBA with heart

By Jim Lowe THE LOWE DOWN “Mamma Mia!” the Broadway smash hit based on the music of ABBA, might have been just another jukebox musical — but it’s much more…

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Ospreys’ return marks an emotional pilgrimage

By STEVE COSTELLO Correspondent MILTON — The osprey sits on a log in the middle of Lake Arrowhead, a 2-foot fish held tightly in its right talons, the bird unknowingly…

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Local students excel at mock trial

By Susan Smallheer Correspondent SOUTH ROYALTON — High school students from Rutland, Brattleboro and Bennington stole time away from spring sports and their friends to participate in a mock homicide…

Rutland’s downtown is set amid a sea of clouds last week.

Thoughts on changing downtown

By Gordon Dritschilo Correspondent Michael Coppinger said Center Street will never close to vehicle traffic. As the head of the Downtown Rutland Partnership for the last decade closed in on…

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Colorado firm to buy Stratton

By SUSAN SMALLHEER Correspondent STRATTON — Another Colorado ski giant is making its presence felt in Vermont — in a big way. Aspen Skiing Co. announced last week it was…