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- Kingdom Trails adapts to accommodate soaring number of mountain bikers
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The St. Johnsbury Academy Board of Trustees has selected Dr. Sharon Howell to succeed Thomas Lovett as the school's Headmaster, effective July 1, 2020. The full Academy Board confirmed the Search Committee's recommendation of Dr. Howell in a unanimous vote on Saturday. Board President Jay Wr…
The KCP Presents Performing Arts Series opens this month with three music performances, a new venue, and a 14-show season.
For the first time in its 11-year history, the KCP Presents Performing Arts Series will extend beyond the Northeast Kingdom. The 2019-20 KCP Presents season, produced by St. Johnsbury’s Catamount Arts, will include four shows at NVU-Johnson’s Dibden Center for the Arts in addition to ten sho…
An expanding area around the modest village of East Burke and nearby Darling Hill has been transformed into one of the Northeast’s premier mountain biking destinations, thanks to the foresight of a visionary group of people who came together 25 years ago to create the Kingdom Trails Associat…
As a youngster, author and painter Trevor Holliday recalls with fondness his summer times during the late 1960s, spent in Greensboro. Great times at Willey’s Store, the Miller’s Thumb and especially visits to the Greensboro Library, where he read a lot and began to write short stories.