April 4, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Milk from Dairy Sheep at Granville’s Three Owls Farm Becomes Cheese

A Granville couple, Dan and Daphne Hewitt, are raising dairy sheep at their Three Owls Farm and are now using the milk to make cheese at the farm More...

Student Awards Holmes an 'A'

Count senior Crystal Young among those happy about the selection of John Holmes as the next RUHS principal. More...

Steeple Removed from Historical First Church of Randolph Center

The history of the First Congregational Church, UCC, of Randolph Center is inextricably tied to the very beginnings of European settlement in central Vermont. More...

Special Sections

Arts

String Quartet A Surprise At RUHS

Students at Randolph Union High School were the surprised beneficiaries this week when a professional string quartet showed up at the school. More...

Lewis Franco Coming To Chandler April 13

Lewis Franco, a Vermont singer-songwriter and parent who loves to entertain children (and their parents) in his hometown of Maple Corners, will present a family concert Saturday, April 13 at 10 a.m. More...

Leonore Trio at Chandler

The Chandler Center for the Arts will present the New York based Leonore Trio at Chandler Music Hall in Randolph Saturday, April 13 at 8 p.m. More...

Calendar - Free Access

Theater Calendar for Thursday, April 4, 2002- Sunday, April 14, 2002

Submissions for this calendar should arrive at least one week in advance of the intended publication date. Mail your entries to The Herald of Randolph, P.O. Box 309, Randolph, VT, 05060, Attn: Calendar; or fax to 728-9275. More...

Nightlife Calendar for Thursday, April 4, 2002- Sunday, April 14, 2002

Submissions for this calendar should arrive at least one week in advance of the intended publication date. Mail your entries to The Herald of Randolph, P.O. Box 309, Randolph, VT, 05060, Attn: Calendar; or fax to 728-9275. More...

Movies Calendar for Thursday, April 4, 2002- Sunday, April 14, 2002

Submissions for this calendar should arrive at least one week in advance of the intended publication date. Mail your entries to The Herald of Randolph, P.O. Box 309, Randolph, VT, 05060, Attn: Calendar; or fax to 728-9275. More...

Columns

Terry Marotta: Familiar Faces Emerge with Spring

Spring in North America will break your heart, the way it grants warmth one day and withholds it the next. More...

Letters

Democracy Issue

In So. Royalton More...

Sidewalk Never Plowed

Contrary to the apparent belief of town officials, there is intelligent life in Randolph Center, and its inhabitants walk on two legs More...

Negative Energy Is a Waste

I am writing this letter in response to a tempest in a very small teapot in Royalton. More...

Randolph Agrees To Stabilize Taxes On Downtown Office Building

The Randolph Selectboard agreed Tuesday night to a 10-year tax stabilization program for the proposed new DuBois & King offices on the Main Street site of the old elementary school. More...

Randolph Man Charged in Braintree Camp Arson

A 24-year-old Randolph man has been charged with arson and unlawful trespass in connection with a March 2001 break-in and torching of a Braintree camp. More...

RAVC Board OKs Another Year for Project Advance

Project Advance got its one-year reprieve. More...

Tulloch Scheduled To Plea

In a surprise move, Robert Tulloch More...

New RUHS Principal Has Plenty To Share, Plenty To Learn

A New Hampshire educator who has worked for 27 years in one school district will bring his "student-oriented" administrative style to Randolph Union High School starting in July. More...

People

News from Area Students

David McMeekin, son of Charlie and Becky McMeekin of Highland Ave. in Randolph, was chosen to receive the Hyman V. and Dorothy G. Kaplan Scholarship award from Union College in Schenectady, N.Y., where he is a member of the Class of 2004. More...

Matthew Poirer—School Board Profile

New member Matthew Poirer might be considered the "consumer's representative" on the Randolph School Board. His family will be consuming school services for a long time: More...

Lisa McMahon—School Board Profile

After her first child was born, she chose Vermont. More...

Sports

Sideline Chatter with Dick Tracy: April Fool(s)

For many of us, Mondays have a reputation for not being the best day of the week. When Monday happens also to be April first, or April Fool's Day, it can be downright unkind. More...

Editorials

Odd 'n' Ends Editorial ruminations about matters that crossed our desk in the last couple of weeks:

uch has been made of the plight of Warren and Waitsfield, two similar towns which were split up in the House-approved redistricting plan. These towns were More...

Questions in Barnard

The scenic hilltop town of Barnard is struggling with the problems that crop up when housing becomes unaffordable. Even though its population is increasing modestly, it appears to be running out of schoolchildren. More...

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