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Katelyn Patenaude, CP Award recipient and Sheila Gleason, CNB Derby Line Office Supervisor.

Community National Bank honors local students for community service

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DERBY — Community National Bank (CNB) recently honored Katelyn Patenaude, a North Country Union High School student, and Nicholas Aiken, a Lyndon Institute student with Community’s Promise Community Service Awards for their outstanding contributions to their communities. Students submited essays describing their volunteer activities and what they have done to make their community a better…

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Car hits bear on I-91 near Lyndonville

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LYNDONVILLE — State police say that a woman hit a black bear while traveling on Interstate 91 on Tuesday. The accident took place in the southbound lane, between St. Johnsbury and Lyndonville, at around 9:15 p.m. Melissa Bushey, 45, of Barnet, was nearing mile marker 134 when the bear came down into the roadway. Bushey…

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Fatal snowmobile accident in Wheelock

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WHEELOCK — A snowmobile crash on a VAST trail near Fall Brook Road in the town of Wheelock Saturday evening left a 47-year-old Connecticut man dead. Police are reporting that Keith Whitney, of East Haven, was operating a snowmobile on VAST Corridor 52, when he went off trail and collided with a metal cable that…

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Lyndonville man injured in pedestrian hit-and-run

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LYNDONVILLE — Police are looking for a driver who hit a pedestrian in Lyndonville early Tuesday morning, leaving the man injured before fleeing the scene. Police say that the incident happened at around 12:15 a.m., when Joel Boucher, 25, of Lyndonville, was walking south on the edge of the northbound lane of Broad Street. He…

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Donations needed to aid job-seeking students

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LYNDONVILLE — It’s an age-old problem for people entering the workforce. Without a job, how can you afford a suit? But without a suit, how can you get a job? To help solve this dilemma, Lyndon State College Career Services, in coordination with the Center for Rural Entrepreneurship, is holding the 3rd annual “Dressed for…

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Deadly three-car crash on I-91 near St. Johnsbury and Lyndonville town line Friday night

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LYNDONVILLE — A three-car crash northbound on I-91 near the St. Johnsbury and Lyndonville town line left two people dead Friday night. Police say that the preliminary investigation shows that a 2009 Toyota Corolla being driven by Neal Robinson, of Stoddard, New Hampshire, lost control and came to rest sideways in the passing lane. Another…

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Lyndon State ranked #6 in Electronic Journalism in nationwide poll

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LYNDONVILLE — Lyndon State College’s Electronic Journalism Arts Department has been ranked sixth in an annual nationwide survey in NewsPro magazine. The 2014 poll was distributed on TVWeek.com and to members of the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA), with 673 respondents participating. The University of Missouri at Columbia’s School of Journalism handily claimed the…

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Woman injured after snowmobile crash in Ferdinand on Saturday

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FERDINAND — A 52-year-old woman was taken to North Country Hospital before being transferred to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center on Saturday, after crashing her snowmobile in the town of Ferdinand. Authorities say that Renee Martin, of Bow, New Hampshire, was traveling with several other snowmobilers west on the VAST 142 Trail at around 11:30 a.m.,…

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