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Stocking Windsor’s Kennedy Pond
04-12-2024 10:17 AM

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Windsor jam company’s expansion plans bear fruit
04-11-2024 6:26 AM


WINDSOR — A growing fruit preserves manufacturer in Artisans Park is close to financing a $2.7 million expansion of their building to enable the company to keep pace with increasing customer demand.Blake Hill Preserves, which makes specialty jams,...

Voters approve Mount Ascutney School District budget
04-03-2024 12:51 PM

WINDSOR — Voters in the two-town Mount Ascutney School District approved a $14.8 million operating budget at the polls on Tuesday.The budget, which Windsor and West Windsor voters approved 305-214, is up from last year’s $13.7 million, but below...

Strafford school principal heads to Windsor
03-31-2024 7:31 PM


STRAFFORD — The Newton School is searching for a new principal following Tracy Thompson’s February announcement that she will not return after this school year ends in June.But Strafford’s loss is Windsor’s gain. Thompson has been hired as the Windsor...

Mount Ascutney School District annual meeting preview
03-29-2024 4:13 PM

Contested races: Elections for school officers for the two-town district were held in early March.Budget and spending articles: The proposed operating budget is $14.8 million, which is up from last year’s $13.7 million budget. The board originally...

Out & About: Windsor Diner serves up free meals to seniors through new program
03-15-2024 5:01 PM


WINDSOR — Theresa Taylor shuffled a couple dozen tickets containing the names of older adults behind the counter at the Windsor Diner, which she has owned for around 15 years.Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Taylor was used to seeing groups of seniors...

Reed is elected to Mount Ascutney School District Board
03-06-2024 3:40 PM

WINDSOR — Megan Reed beat out David Taft for the remaining two-years on a seat representing Windsor on the two-town Mount Ascutney School District Board.Reed earned 450 votes to Taft’s 397.With 144 votes, Amy McMullen was elected as a write-in...

Voters approve West Windsor town officer changes
03-06-2024 3:37 PM

WEST WINDSOR — In paper ballot votes from Tuesday’s floor meeting, West Windsor voters opted to allow the Selectboard to appoint a town clerk and town treasurer.The vote on the town clerk article was approved 64 to 47, while the vote on town treasurer...

Incumbents reelected to Windsor Selectboard
03-06-2024 11:18 AM

WINDSOR — Incumbents Tera Howard and Ryan Palmer were reelected to the Selectboard by Australian ballot Tuesday. Howard defeated challenger Eric Saltonstall for a two-year term on the board, 442 to 107, and Palmer won an uncontested race for a...

Head Start preschools close in White River Junction and Windsor
03-04-2024 7:01 PM


WINDSOR — Staffing shortages will leave Windsor and White River Junction without Head Start preschools next year.Southeastern Vermont Community Action, or SEVCA, which administers Windsor County’s Head Start preschool programs, announced the closures...

Windsor Southeast school boards make cuts to reduce tax hikes
02-29-2024 8:00 PM


HARTLAND — Each board within the Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union is playing its part in a last-minute effort to reduce demands on the state education fund in what has become a zero-sum game of educational funding this year.School budget votes for...

Windsor Black History Month event speaker seeks to engage audience in conversation
02-26-2024 8:31 PM


WINDSOR — Famous figures such as Martin Luther King and George Washington Carver are often the faces of Black History celebrations. But in a talk this week in recognition of Black History Month, Joe Major wants to focus on people his audience probably...

Annual Meeting preview: Mt. Ascutney School District elections continue despite budget delay
02-25-2024 11:30 AM

Contested races: Megan Reed and David Taft are vying for the remaining two-years on a seat representing Windsor on the two-town board. Elizabeth Burrows is unopposed for a three-year West Windsor seat. No one filed for a three-year seat representing...

Town Meeting preview: West Windsor considers allowing Selectboard to appoint treasurer and clerk
02-25-2024 10:49 AM

Articles of note: Voters will be asked whether to authorize the Selectboard to appoint a town clerk and town treasurer, and to eliminate the position of town lister and appoint a professional assessor.Contested races: Officers will be elected from the...

Town Meeting preview: Two vie for two-year term on Windsor Selectboard
02-25-2024 10:44 AM

Article of note: One article asks voters for $97,000 to support the Windsor Public Library. Another asks for $20,000 for the Windsor Cemetery Association.Contested races: Tera Howard and Eric Saltonstall are vying for a two-year seat on the...

Out & About: Program seeks to improve interactions between police and people with disabilities
02-16-2024 7:00 PM


WINDSOR — Like most parents, Josh Compton wants to keep his children safe.To do so, however, Compton, who lives in Windsor with his wife, Laura, and their two sons, Henry, 10, and Truman, 8, must factor in Truman’s autism.“It just so happens that one...

Amid statewide education funding uncertainty, Mount Ascutney School District postpones budget vote
02-13-2024 8:15 PM


WINDSOR — The Mount Ascutney School District board voted unanimously Monday night to rescind the $15.5 million budget members had approved in January and bring a revised version to voters at a later date.Board members made the decision in response to...

Out & About: Series for older adults celebrates creative play 
02-02-2024 9:21 PM


WOODSTOCK — Three longtime Upper Valley performers are teaming up to bring more play into the lives of the region’s older adults.Friends for decades, Marv Klassen-Landis, Ham Gillett and Michael Zerphy have been been mainstays in the region’s creative...

Niceties in Windsor
01-25-2024 11:46 AM

MOOVer adds shopping route between Windsor and Claremont
01-18-2024 4:34 AM


WINDSOR — Windsor residents now have access to shopping in Claremont via public transit twice a month.MOOVer, a micro public transportation service operated by Southeast Vermont Transit, has added a route that will connect Windsor-area residents to...

SEVCA seeks tax preparation volunteers
01-10-2024 4:22 PM

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Southeastern Vermont Community Action, known as SEVCA, is looking for volunteers to help people prepare their taxes.SEVCA’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program serves low and moderate income earners, people with disabilities...

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