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Danville often gets more than its share of snow. Before skiing developed into a lift-assisted major mountain sport in Vermont, Danville had its community ski slope. And before that, it held winter attention for an earlier ski “resort” with a lodge, music in the trees, a jump, and an ambitious rope-tow lift with a spectacular view.

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We are looking for photo submissions of LOCAL people, places and activities that illustrate life in the Northeast Kingdom. The contest is open to both amateur and professional photographers, but limited to 10 submissions per person.

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Oct. 2 marks the 80th anniversary of “Vermont - A Guide to the Green Mountain State,” a product of the New Deal’s Works Progress Administratio…

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We enjoy being great-grandparents, but when you reach the late 80s or 90, generation gaps are inevitable.

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I remember my first walk down Brantview drive as I headed to gym class in the Carriage House, now known as The Barn. The drive, lined by enorm…

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When the leaves fall and the weather turns colder, the smell of mothballs comes to mind. Mothballs are now frowned upon. They are no-nos. Year…

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Originally called Hillsboro, Danville was originally granted by New York and chartered in 1786. The original name was apt due to the land’s pr…