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Lamoille County Sheriff’s Department statistics, May 28-June 3

May 28 at 10:22 a.m., a Fred’s Energy employee said a pickup truck drove into the Johnson location’s parking lot the night before and spun around in the parking lot, kicking up enough stones to smash the building’s windows. Police reviewed the video, and all that could be ascertained about the vehicle was that it was a pickup truck, which entered the driveway at 9:19 the night before.

Stowe woman to focus ending work barriers

Emily Rosenbaum of Stowe has been named project director for Lamoille County’s Working Communities Challenge grant, United Way of Lamoille County and Capstone Community Action announced. The grant is awarded by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston through a competitive process, and it “advances local collaborative efforts that build strong,...
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Expect to stay outdoors for return of summer

Despite the state’s planned reopening in July — if not sooner — many expect Vermonters to stick to the outdoors when it comes to summer recreation. Gov. Phil Scott announced in May that most pandemic restrictions would be lifted as soon as the state was 80 percent vaccinated, a threshold Vermont grows ever closer to crossing. Either way, the state has dropped its quarantining and testing requirements for out-of-state travelers and mask requirements for the vaccinated, both indoors and out.
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Recent discussions on race push us all to be better

About a year ago I was approached by Johnson Selectboard member Nat Kinney to see if I would meet with a grassroots group that wanted to know about the Lamoille County Sheriff’s Department use of force policy, if there was racial bias in traffic stops, as well as other related topics.
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Sherman & Way North Live From Undergrnd.

The Live from the Underground performance series continues tonight, with the blues-rock band Abby Sherman and The Way North. The 7 p.m. performance on Thursday, June 3 will be livestreamed digitally on Facebook and followed by an interview with LFTU co-host Jim Yeager. Based out of Lamoille County in north-central Vermont, Abby Sherman and The Way North links up five […]
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Building bridges

The local baseball team from Peoples Academy and Stowe High School help carry lumber a half-mile through the woods to a bridge site in the Morristown Forest, an increasingly popular destination for Lamoille County residents to hike on newly created trails. The Morristown Conservation Commission bridge project and forest work...
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Lamoille County towns schedule Memorial Day ceremonies

The Veterans of Foreign Wars in Morristown will hold a memorial service at 11 a.m., on Memorial Day, Monday, May 31, at the Morrisville Veteran’s Memorial, in Academy Park where Elmore Street and Route 15A meet. There will be no Memorial Day parade again this year. Cambridge. Mount Mansfield Post...
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Lamoille County Players receive grant for lighting

The Lamoille County Players, stewards of the historic Hyde Park Opera House, received a $25,200 cultural facilities matching grant from the Vermont Arts Council and its partners to upgrade the opera house lighting system. The old lighting and electrical system was outdated and inefficient, and the support bars were difficult...

Lamoille County Sheriff’s Department statistics, May 14-20

May 14 at 7:30 a.m., a landlord told police ReSource would be stopping by her Hyde Park property to remove items left behind by some troublesome ex-tenants. May 14 at 12:17 p.m., a person concerned about a hot dog inside a car parked at Community Bank in Johnson told police about the panting pooch, but the car was gone on arrival.
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Lamoille Health Partners launches new website

MORRISVILLE, Vt., May 24, 2021 — Lamoille Health Partners, the only Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in Lamoille County, today announced the launch of a new website to support the community’s needs for easier access to information about its services, providers, and important health news such as Covid-19. The new site is a major component of the organization’s rebranding which was announced earlier this year.
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Lamoille North Supervisory Union

The Board of School Directors of the Lamoille North Modified Unified Union School District invites sealed requests for proposals for the service of providing Contacted Transportation Services for the towns of Belvidere, Cambridge, Eden, Hyde Park, Johnson, and Waterville. This proposal will be for a three-year contract with the District.
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Batter up! Lamoille County teams took the diamond

Lamoille County’s baseball and softball teams took the diamond Tuesday for the first time in nearly two years, as Lamoille Union hosted rival Peoples Academy in both schools’ season opener. Last year’s spring sports season was canceled because of COVID-19. The teams split the difference in a pair of lopsided...
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Lamoille County planners get watershed grant

The Lamoille County Planning Commission recently received a grant for $3,636 from the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation to support its watershed planning and track water quality projects in Lamoille County. The grant is funded through the Federal Clean Water Act. “Tactical basin planning and implementing priority water quality projects...
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Lamoille County Sheriff’s Department statistics, April 16-22

Total reported incidents, including fingerprint services: 142. April 16 at 1:40 p.m., police took note of a complaint from Wolcott Elementary School of potentially threatening or harassing messages. April 16 at 7:34 p.m., a disabled vehicle was removed from the middle of Garfield Road in Hyde Park. April 16 at...

Principal selected: Florida man tapped for Stowe High School

The Lamoille South school district has selected a new principal for Stowe High School and could name a new superintendent next week. David Greenfield was appointed Tuesday as the next Stowe High principal, effective July 1. He will replace Gretchen Muller, who announced in December she accepted a job at Camel’s Hump Middle School, also starting July 1.

Lamoille County Sheriff’s Department statistics, April 9-15

April 9 at midnight, a deputy was summoned by Vermont State Police to Knowles Flat Road in Eden to help with 911 hangup involving a drunk man, but was canceled en route. April 9 at 6:51 a.m., police responded to a structure fire on Raymond Lane but firefighters already had things under control.