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Fake Bomb Puts Hold on SoRo School Day

Students at South Royalton School spent two hours in the school gym last Thursday, while state police examined what turned out to be a fake bomb. According to Capt. More...

New Civil War Letters Come to Light

Henry Eaton Was Friend of ‘Ransom’ More...

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People

“I’m One”

Hi! My name is Brian Andrew Mc- Call, and I’m turning one year old on October 29, 2014. I live in Rochester and my favorite things to do are race trucks with my big brother Nick, play with my mommy and daddy, and laugh. More...

Opinion

The Internet Effect

The discussion at the Randolph Town Hall Tuesday night about water fluoridation was fascinating because it demonstrated what a new age we’re in, in the way we get information, and what a burden that places on policy-makers. More...

Ainsworth Active In Community

I have known David Ainsworth and his family for more than 25 years. More...

Wrong Message From Teachers

South Burlington’s striking teachers, highest-paid in the state, are teaching their students that greed is more important to them than the kids, whose lesser-paid families would have to pay the increase. More...

Sports

YSCC Awards Go To VTC’s Broadbent

The Vermont Technical College cross country team was in Lake Placid, New York this past weekend for the Yankee Small College Conference (YSCC) championship races at the Olympic nordic ski trails, where runner Rebecca Broadbent led the entire race, wi More...

Kaplan Champion at NVAC in Harwood

After four final races in the junior high cross country season, Randolph’s runners smile with pride at their own accomplishments and the successes of their teammates. More...

Valley Bowl League Notes

GREEN MOUNTAIN, 10/13/14W LSugar Makers 17 7King Pins 14 10Big Dogs 13.5 10.5Randy Bradley, high average 220,scratch series 669; Michael Orticari, scratchgame 256..EARLY BIRD, 10/13/14 W LFagower 19.5 8.5Three Stooges 18 10 More...

West Advises Wikipedia … And You!

Randolph Resident Is Back from London

Imagine an encyclopedia, a big encyclopedia, one with a different book for every letter. An encyclopedia whose 26 volumes would take up maybe six feet on the shelf. Now imagine Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia. More...

Selectboard Gets Earful On Water Fluoridation

Doctors and Dentist Support the Practice

After a well-attended selectboard meeting Tuesday evening, the three members of the board present seemed willing to poll Randolph village citizens on the question of fluoridating the public water supply. More...

15-Yea r-Old Bags Moose

Father and Son Hunted Together

Greg Johnson of Stockbridge, 15, a sophomore at Randolph Union High School, brought down a bull moose at about 8:30 last Saturday morning while hunting in East Granville. More...

Communities

South for the Winter … With Bees!

Family of Beekeepers Winters Hives and Home in N. Carolina

With fall weather overtaking a reluctant-to-leave summer, the Merriams, who make their home on Route 12, near the Snowsville General Store, are making preparations for their annual migration south. More...

RACDC Gets Lesson from Students

The annual meeting of the Randolph Area Community Development Corp. (RACDC) last Thursday had an unusually youngish look to it. That was by design. More...

Palmer Honored With Hutchinson Award

Choosing David Palmer as the recipient of RACDC’s top award was “beyond easy … a no-brainer,” RACDC President John Westbrook told the organization’s membership last Thursday evening. More...

Arts

Ruby Dee Documentary Premieres As WRIF Special Feature

A new documentary about the life of legendary actor and activist, Ruby Dee, and her long collaboration with her husband, Ossie Davis, will kick off a White River Indie Festival-sponsored evening of film, fare, dialogue and music Wednesday, Oct. More...

‘An Unpredictable Evening’ With Rundgren at LOH

Multi-faceted artist and state-ofthe art musician Todd Rundgren will perform at Lebanon Opera House in Lebanon, N.H., Tuesday, Nov. 4 at 7:30 p.m. More...

Connie Dover, Skip Gorman to Perform in Bethel Nov. 7

On Friday, November 7 at 7:30 p.m. Skip Gorman and Connie Dover will perform in an intimate house concert venue at the home of Valerie and Mike Daniel in Bethel. More...

Calendar - Free Access

Calendar

Friday, Oct. 24 •RES Harvest Festival. Community meal, farmers market, 50/50 raffle, music and contra dancing, and more, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Randolph Elementary School. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

E. S. Cornielle

William- stown—E. Stanley Corneille Jr., 75, of Weir Road, passed away at his home, after a long battle with cancer, on September 22, 2014. Stan was born January 6, 1939 in Mount Vernon, N.Y., to Edwin S. Corneille Sr. More...

Albert J. Kondi

South Royalton, Vt.— Albert J. Kondi, 79, of South Royalton and Davidsonville, Md., died Friday evening, Oct. 17, 2014 at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H. More...

Rev. Lee Greiner

Bethel—The Rev. Lee Devoe Greiner, 55, died Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014, at her home, surrounded by her family. She was born May 29, 1959, in Riverhead, N.Y., the middle daughter of Arthur and Ann Greiner. More...

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