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Stephen Bougor

December 20, 2017 by Tena Conway Bougor (Register to contact)

Stephen passed away unexpectedly in Saudi Arabia December 18. There will be a service in January. It will be in the Addison Independent.

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Robert E. Bearor | Obituaries  Rutland Herald

Robert E. Bearor CHITTENDEN — Robert Elick “Bob” Bearor, 82, passed away peacefully at home on Feb. 21, 2019, surrounded by his family. Bob was born in ...



The amazing Andi Boe: Middlebury star athlete overcomes family tragedy, injury  BurlingtonFreePress.com

Boundless promise. Unthinkable tragedy. Astonishing resilience. Irrepressible spirit. A shredded knee was but the latest, wrenching blow for Andi Boe.



School Walkout Day in Vermont: Snow days delays walkouts in some schools  BurlingtonFreePress.com

Across the state, Vermont students who did not have snow days organized 17-minute walkouts in solidarity with students in Parkland, Florida.



History Space: How Vermonters responded to WWI  BurlingtonFreePress.com

Nov. 11, 2018, marks the 100th anniversary of the armistice that concluded World War I, known variously at “The Great War” and “The War to End All Wars.



District whose kids went to Washington march closes schools after threat  BurlingtonFreePress.com

The Orange Southwest School District says schools will be closed Tuesday “out of an abundance of caution.”



Bernard Perley "Pete" Gale | Obituaries  Rutland Herald

Bernard Perley "Pete" Gale MIDDLEBURY — Bernard Perley “Pete” Gale, 76, died Jan. 24, 2019, at Deltona Health Care Nursing Home. He was born Feb.



How Parkland and Fair Haven changed Vermont  BurlingtonFreePress.com

17 people were killed at a Parkland high school. An 18-year-old Vermonter was arrested after planning a mass-shooting. Vermont will never be the same.



1961: A season to remember for Pittsford's basketball team  Addison County Independent

PITTSFORD — In the fall of 1961, the high schools in Brandon and Pittsford merged to form Otter Valley Union high school. Prior to that merger, both schools ...



'The Turn of the Screw': Henry James' spooky thriller comes to the theater (copy)  Rutland Herald

Henry James' “The Turn of the Screw,” his horror novella originally published in serial format in Collier's Weekly in 1898, tells of a governess who, caring for two ...



Study finds Vt. LGBT youth at risk for bullying  WCAX

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. (WCAX) A new report shows Vermont kids are in pain and need help, especially kids who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.



‘Vermont Wild’ books optioned for TV series  vtdigger.org

News Release — Megan Price Aug. 31, 2018. Contact: Megan Price MeganPriceVT@gmail.com. Get all of VTDigger's daily news. You'll never miss a story with ...



Robert A. Murray | Obituaries  Rutland Herald

RUTLAND – Robert A. Murray, 63, died Friday, Sept. 14, 2018, after a period of declining health. He was born Feb. 22, 1955, in Middlebury, the son of Kenneth ...



Tests show many high-schoolers aren’t on track for college  vtdigger.org

Across the state, students in all grades who took standardized tests last spring had an easier time showing they were proficient in English than in math. In many ...



YCQM June 24, 2018  WCAX

You Can Quote Me guests this week are Dr. David Rettew from the UVM Medical Center, Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger, and Asst. Attorney General Julio ...



'House of Cards' actor aids with addiction education in schools  WPTZ

Three Vermont high schools are working with a TV actor to film public *service* announcements about addiction. Tuesday, a class of juniors and seniors at ...



Mount Abe students share their views on old building; renovation bond vote looms  Addison County Independent

BRISTOL — It's lunchtime at Mount Abraham Union High School and the large cafeteria is abuzz with students eating, chatting, laughing and catching a few fun ...



Vermont's Famous People - Sun Community News & Printing  Sun Community News

For a tiny state, Vermont has a long history of larger-than-life personalities — from artists to rabble rousers, the fourteenth state has produced dozens of authors, ...



MAU wrestlers win 27th straight state championship  Bennington Banner

MIDDLEBURY >> In one instance, it was fighting off a year of demons in 15 seconds. For another, it was coming back to wrestling after a season on the football ...



Ayotte commits to Franklin Pierce  Brattleboro Reformer

BRATTLEBORO — During a time when Americans are giving thanks, Franklin Pierce University is grateful that Megyn Ayotte will be attending next year.



Roundup: Rutland works overtime to nip MAU  Rutland Herald

Cole Dawson's third goal was the golden one. It came in overtime to lift Rutland to a 9-8 victory over Mount Anthony in boys lacrosse action Monday at Alumni ...



No. 1 Rutland Raiders win title, first since 2006  Mountaintimes

Middlebury High School senior Cortland Fischer is chased by Rutland Raiders' fierce defense during Saturday's state championship game. The Raiders ended ...



Vermont Sports Hall of Fame welcomes 11 new members  vtdigger.org

News Release — Vermont Sports Hall of Fame Sept. 9, 2013. BURLINGTON — The Vermont Sports Hall of Fame announced its second class of inductees ...



Pinstripe Alley Top 100 Yankees: #75 Ray Fisher  Pinstripe Alley

It's back to the Deadball Era for the 75th greatest player in Yankees history, a long-lived spitballer named Ray Fisher.



MAU wrestling chasing third-straight New England title  Bennington Banner

BENNINGTON >> The numbers are staggering for the Mount Anthony Union High School wrestling team and coach Scott Legacy -- 26 straight Vermont ...



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