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Gordon Dubois is a hiker and writer who regularly writes about his trail time in the Northeast. He has published stories in several outdoor publications. In 2020, he published Paths Less Traveled: Tramping on Trails and Sometimes Not to Find New Hampshire's Special Places.
Katie Samuel is a Physician Assistant at Porter Medical Center in Middlebury, but she's also a writer, or at least became one to tell the astounding story of her father and how he saved his own life.
WAITSFIELD, Vt. - The patio on the side of Spencer Potter's Waitsfield home looks out over the Hunger Mountain range. Sitting there at his wrought iron table where Spencer, his wife, and friends often dine, you can also see Jay Peak on clear days.
Amy Haskell was celebrating her daughter's 18th birthday at the Whetstone Restaurant and Brewery in Brattleboro on the 2nd of June.
Berlin police officer Victor Hinojosa was on patrol duty on Easter Sunday.
Mud season doesn't only bring out the muck; it is also the time when the drenched earth of Vermont inspires thousands of salamanders, frogs, and toads to make their way to vernal pools to breed. Those crossings happen on what is known as "Big Nights."
Steve Davis was driving near his home on Monday, March 21, when he came upon two roosters standing in the middle of the Vermont dirt road.
Susan Willis leaves her home in Chester every workday at 4:45 a.m.
Vermont cofounder and Green Mountain Boy Ira Allen (Ethan's younger brother) is credited with authoring our state's motto: Freedom and Unity.