March 26, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

Randolph Planning Board To Get New Members

Amid charges that it is More...

Lt. Gov. Dubie Predicts

Montpelier

Lt. Gov. Brian Dubie used questions from his breakfast audience Tuesday morning to mount a strong defense of the Douglas Administration More...

Tunbridge Store Victim of Downturn

When JP and Judy DeBeuf closed the doors of the Tunbridge Village Store this winter, their business became another casualty of the current economic downturn. More...

Special Sections

Arts

Jesse Cook Brings Award-Winning Flamenco Guitar Music to Chandler

Canadian Nuevo flamenco guitarist Jesse Cook comes highly recommended. His latest endorsement is from President Barack Obama who has added Cook More...

Sounding Joy! To Present Choral

Music For Voices, Harp and Horns

The lush and romantic choral music of Johannes Brahms will ring through the rafters of Bethany Church in Randolph, Sunday, March 29 at 4 p.m. Presented by Sounding Joy!, the concert is open to the public by free-will donation. More...

So. Royalton Town Band To Play At State House Farmer’s Night

The South Royalton Town Band and its director of 64 years, Dick Ellis, will take center stage at the Vermont State House in Montpelier Wednesday, April 1 at 7:30 p.m. in a Farmer More...

Calendar - Free Access

Exhibits Calendar Thursday, March 26-Sunday, April 5

Calendar submissions should arrive at least one week in advance of the intended publication date. Mail entries to The Herald of Randolph, P.O. Box 309, Randolph, VT, 05060; or fax them to 728-9275 or to news@ourherald.com. More...

Happenings Calendar Thursday, March 26-Sunday, April 5

Calendar submissions should arrive at least one week in advance of the intended publication date. Mail entries to The Herald of Randolph, P.O. Box 309, Randolph, VT, 05060; or fax them to 728-9275 or to news@ourherald.com. More...

Movies Calendar Thursday, March 26-Sunday, April 5

Calendar submissions should arrive at least one week in advance of the intended publication date. Mail entries to The Herald of Randolph, P.O. Box 309, Randolph, VT, 05060; or fax them to 728-9275 or to news@ourherald.com. More...

Editorials

New Cartoon Debuts Today On Herald Editorial Page

The Herald this week debuts a weekly cartoon on the editorial page by Isaac Littlejohn Eddy. A Randolph native, Eddy now lives in Brooklyn with a new wife and two dogs. More...

Guest Editorial

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Chelsea Health Center To Build a New Home

Five years after receiving a surprise bequest of $700,000, the Chelsea Health Center is poised to break ground for a new building near its current building on Route 110 just north of the village. More...

Benefactress Was Grateful For Treatment of Toe

Full Story

Montague's Benefactor Is Now Club Owner

The man who gave Montague Golf Club 90 acres 15 years ago, and recently loaned it $430,000 for a major course upgrade, now owns the course. More...

Griggs Charged Again With Fondling a Child

A 57-year-old Chelsea man with two prior convictions for lewd and lascivious conduct with a child was arrested again on the same charge last Friday, according to state police in Royalton. More...

People

Service in Amazon An Amazing Time

I recently participated in Project Peru More...

Four Decades as Bethel’s Town Clerk

For four decades, the cheerful face greeting folks at the Bethel town clerk More...

Student Athlete Riley

Has Great Sr. Year

Patrick Riley of South Strafford is having quite the senior year at Hartford High School. More...

Sports

Sled Dog Racing

ISDRA Musher Dillon Gast of Randolph Center, took first place in the Adult Two-Dog Speed class at the Northeast Championship Skijoring race on Sunday, March 15. More...

Youth Wrestling

Last Saturday the Randolph Youth Wrestlers traveled to Rutland to compete in their youth tournament. Half a dozen young wrestlers made their season debut. More...

Hunter Safety Course Offered

There will be a Hunter Safety Course at the Randolph Fish & Game Club Sundays, April 5 and 19. The class will run from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. both days. This course is open to all who are interested, both children and adults. More...

Letters

Plan Damages Historic Site

On March 17, a state Act 250 hearing was held to review VTC More...

Dripping Icicles Have a Message

I had the chance to read the Herald online today and immediately was struck by the fact, the very cold fact actually, that despite town meetings and preparations for sugaring, Ma Nature is still cooking up her own brew of mischief. More...

Fond Memories Of Old Dorm

I am so sorry that VTC is going to change the Old Dorm lounge into dorm rooms. I have so many great memories of that place. It has changed some from earlier days. More...

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