BURKE - Burke Mountain is one step closer to breaking ground on phase one of the N.E.K Initiative renovations. The mountain held a public hearing for an Act 250 permit, which is required by state law, where residents from the area were able to voice their concerns or ask any questions they may of had. Read More
ST. JOHNSBURY - Many people from all over the state get into hunting every year. Some people do not feel comfortable with handling guns but Derek Murphy a hunter safety instructor said "there is nothing to be afraid of, it is a tool and if the tool is handled properly its going to be a fun opportunity for them."Read More
LYNDONVILLE - A man who started his career in Connecticut and didn't plan on moving to Vermont until retirement. In 2003 Jack Harris moved to Lyndonville so that he could start the Lyndonville police department. Jack was ready to step into this police chief job but did not realize what he was getting into. When he took the job it was the towns vision for him to start this police department for the ground up but Chief Harris was up for the challenge. Read More
BRADFORD - Last night the Oxbow Lady Olympians hosted the Green Mountain Union Chieftains in girls lacrosse action. The Lady Olympians were looking to bounce back after two tough losses, 10-6 to St. Johnsbury Academy, and 16-6 to Bellows Free Academy.
NORTHEAST KINDGOM - Sustainability and renewable energy are both features of an emerging eco-friendly lifestyle. The Sustainably Price Energy Enterprise Development (SPEED) program is one specifically designed to create and fund renewable energy projects around the state, including the NEK.
NORTHEAST KINGDOM - Recent weather conditions have been warmer and dryer than average.
Those dry conditions have resulted in a busy month for local firefighters.
Jason Shafer, an Associate Professor of Meteorology at Lyndon State College explained that this long of a period under these conditions isn't normal for the area.
ST. JOHNSBURY - Over the guard rail of 91 and through the dust you might be able to catch a glimpse of Jake Mudge, but odds are you will hear him first. Over the past 10 years or so Mudge and his family has expanded their hobby of motocross into a 1.2 mile course in their field.