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Hartland Resident Dies In Logging Accident

Hartland Resident Dies In Logging Accident

A Hartland resident died Wednesday in an apparent logging accident a mile-and-a-half up a trail off Webster Road. ...

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Abused Horses Slowly Improving

Abused Horses Slowly Improving

The 23 horses rescued from a South Woodstock farm in November have gained weight, their coats are clean and their feet and trimmed and they're making progress. ...

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Car Crashes Into Snowbank

Car Crashes Into Snowbank

Traffic was reduced to one lane when a car crashed into a snowbank at the intersection of Route 4 and Dewey Mills Road in Quechee on Monday. ...

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Police: Woodstock Man Crashes Into Barnard School

Police: Woodstock Man Crashes Into Barnard School

A Woodstock man crashed into Barnard Academy Dec. 23, breaking one of the school pillars and a window in the principal's office, Vermont State Police say. ...

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Lost Out Of Bounds Skier Found In Backcountry

Lost Out Of Bounds Skier Found In Backcountry

Police found a lost Royalton man skiing out of bounds at Pico Mountain on Tuesday morning. ...

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Milne Not Surprised Shumlin Has Abandoned Single Payer

Milne Not Surprised Shumlin Has Abandoned Single Payer

Gov. Peter Shumlin gave up his pursuit of his single-payer health care initiative Wednesday. ...

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More Power Outages As Ice, Snow Falls From Trees

More Power Outages As Ice, Snow Falls From Trees

In Sharon, 1,357 were without power Monday afternoon and 232 were without power in Barnard, according to GMP outage center. ...

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Green Mountain Power Continues Restoration

Green Mountain Power Continues Restoration

Green Mountain power is still working to alleviate the widespread power outages. ...

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Rescued Cats Still Need Adoption

Rescued Cats Still Need Adoption

If you want to adopt a cat, call Vermont Volunteer Services for Animals at 802 672-5302. ...

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Green Mountain Power Customers Slowly Seeing Light

Green Mountain Power Customers Slowly Seeing Light

The lights are slowly being restored in the homes of Green Mountain Power customers that have been in the dark since the onset of heavy snow and ice. ...

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