March 26, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Perkins Is Back In Court, Bail Is Increased

The future direction of the case against 28-year-old Emily Perkins of Royalton, accused of the attempted murder in 2011 of Emma Jozefiak, now hangs on a pending court ruling. More...

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People

BALE, South Royalton Market Offer ‘Seeing Systems’ Course

“Nature cannot be seen solely as a resource to be owned, exploited and profited from,” said Suzanne Benally, Executive Director of the nonprofit Cultural Survival. More...

South Royalton Senior Ctr. News

The South Royalton Senior Center is located at the Royalton Academy Building at 4266 Vt. Route 14 in South Royalton. Lunches are served on Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon. For more information, call 763-7386. More...

Farnsworth Paintings on Display At Royalton Memorial Library

An exhibit of landscape and nature paintings by South Royalton artist Kit Farnsworth will be on displayed April 7-May 9 at the Royalton Memorial Library, 23 Alexander Place, in South Royalton. More...

Arts

‘Genius’ Choreographer Explores Incomplete Quest for Civil Rights

MacArthur “genius” choreographer Kyle Abraham, whose “smart….self-aware and luscious” (The New York Times) dance vocabulary fuses classical and modern styles, will come to the Hopkins Center in Hanover, N.H. More...

‘Pieces of Now’ Puts Focus On Childhood Cancer

“Pieces of Now” will be performed by IBIT Dance Company Sunday, March 29 at 7 p.m. at the Lebanon Opera House in Lebanon, N.H. More...

Summer Pride Theater Festival Auditions April 11 at Chandler

Vermont Pride Theater at Chandler will hold auditions for its fifth annual Summer Pride Theater Festival Saturday, April 11 from 9 a.m.- noon, at Chandler Music Hall on Main Street in Randolph. More...

Calendar - Free Access

Mar 26 -– Apr 5, 2015

Thursday, March 26 •Red Cross Blood Drive. Sponsored by SRHS chapter of National Honor Society, walk-ins welcome, noon-6 p.m., South Royalton High School. •Pickle Demos. More...

Theater

White River Valley Players More...

Movies

The Playhouse More...

Officials Enthusiastic About $26M Laboratory at Vt. Tech

‘Community Meeting’ Is Set for Tuesday. More...

State and VTC Both To Benefit

The new State Laboratory that will be built at Vermont Technical College is all about “synergy,” The Herald was told this week. More...

Gifford Goes Public With Its Fundraising

Already 2/3 Raised Of $5-Million More...

Teachout Will Speak On Political Corruption

Vermont Law School Hosts Free Lecture

Fordham University law professor and former New York gubernatorial candidate Zephyr Teachout will speak Thursday, April 2 at Vermont Law School about political corruption in the United States. More...

Communities

Other Arrests

Arresting SituationUnfortunately for a Rutland driver, the Good Samaritan who stopped to assist him as he changed a flat tire on Vermont Route 107 in Royalton on March 16 was a trooper. More...

Federal Drug Charges

Two Randolph residents, one of whom recently served time on a federal drug charge, were arrested on drug possession charges March 20, following a traffic stop on I-89 in&n More...

Bethel Man Arrested at Gunpoint After Series of Criminal Charges

Finkle Back in Court On Drug Charges

A business owner from Bethel was stopped and arrested at gunpoint last weekend as he was allegedly driving under the influence of “bath salts.” Nelson Duncan IV, 32, has now picked up several charges over the course of two months’ t More...

Opinion

Welcome, State Lab!

The new Vermont State Agriculture and Environmental Laboratory, proposed to be built next to the Vermont Technical College campus, could result in the most powerful economic stimulus for Randolph in at least a couple of decades. More...

Concerned About Placement of Lab

A field in the village of Randolph Center is the suggested site for an upcoming building project. A new Vt. More...

Black Bears Are Generally Benign

All due accolades go to Stuart Kinney and his cronies for their attempts at helping out their fellow neighbors. I am a woods walker and appreciate their well-honed acumen of the forest. But what about the bears, themselves? More...

Sports

PEE WEE B STATE CHAMPS!

| Rochester residents Chase Christiansen (at left in second row) and his father, head coach Norm Christiansen (third from right in back row) and their Rutland Jr. More...

Rochester Athletes, Families Celebrate Season

The Rochester Rockets’ annual winter sports banquet took place Thursday evening, March 19 in the school gym, to honor student athletes on three basketball teams— the middle-school co-ed team and boys varsity team, both coached by Earl Kin More...

LaPerle Named to ‘Dream Dozen’

For the second year in a row, Whitcomb High School junior Lindsey LaPerle has been named to the “Dream Dozen” for Divisions III and IV by the Vermont Coaches Association. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

H. Erik Nordin

Rochester— H. Erik Nordin, 81, died on March 9, 2015. He was born to the late Erik S. and Ruth (neé Linde) Nordin on February 11, 1934 in Flint, Mich. More...

Erica Lewis

Orange Park, la.—Erica Tucker Lewis, 31, of Orange Park, Fla., passed away on March 17, 2015. She was a native of Orange Park, Fla. She graduated with honors from Orange Park High School. More...

Shipley Services

Memorial services for Fleda E. Shipley, 82, of Castleton, who died March 12, 2015, were held Wednesday, March 18 at Day Funeral Home, with Pastor Thomas Harty officiating. More...

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