Solar Panel Controversy

SOLAR THUMBDANVILLE- Scott and Joni Palmer of Danville were approached by a man who introduced himself as someone who is starting a solar company. The man asked Joni how she feels about installing a solar farm on their property.

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Vermonter Reclaims Ice-Out Contest

joespondDANVILLE- The 2016 Ice-Out Contest on Joe’s Pond has come an end, as a local resident will bring home about $5,000 in winnings. University of Vermont Student Pamela Swift of Barre, Vermont casted the winning ticket, as the clock stopped at 5:04 pm on Tuesday, April 12.

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Hand-Painted Artwork

Artwork by LisaLocal artist, Lisa Smith, is working on expanding the audience of her work. And at this time she is making that goal into a reality. Smith started her career as an artist by going to a local crafts show with her grandmother about 19 years ago. She now continues the trend which started years ago.

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Danville to Update Town Plan

danvillemeetingDANVILLE- The process of quinquennially updating Danville’s Town Plan has officially begun. Danville’s Planning Commission met last night to discuss potential changes to be further looked into. Every five years, the state of Vermont requires all towns to meet and update their Town Plan. This gives towns the ability to follow plans specific to the needs of the town.

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Joe's Pond Ice-out

joes pondDANVILLE- As spring is fast approaching one of the NEKs most known events could find a winner very soon. The Joes Pond Ice-out competition continues this year after last year selling more then 15 hundred tickets.

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Ghouls, Ghosts, Graves, Oh My!

DeadNorthDanville- The Great Vermont Corn Maze is a unique Vermont experience that people from all over the country come to enjoy.  This maze only gets more unique, and scarier, around Halloween, when the maze turns into Dead North.

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Saving the Goat Industry

vtchevonDanville - Goat meat, the healthiest meat on the market is causing increasing problems for the Vermont Goat Dairy Industry.  Shirley Richardson, the managing partner at Vermont Chevon believes she has a solution to this problem.

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Joe's Pond Ice Out

joes pond thumbnailDANVILLE-- One of the biggest competitions in this area came to an end this week and now all that is left is to find the winner. The annual event has people predict when the ice officially melts on the pond.

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Former Principal Pleads Not Guilty

ed webbleyDANVILLE- After two months of waiting, Edwin Webbley went to court today for his arraignment involving the embezzlement of $1,500 from the Danville School.

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Post Office Named After Historical Figure

post officeDANVILLE- Thaddeus Stevens, a well-known name around the Northeastern part of Vermont, is getting his name plastered even more. There was a Thaddeus Stevens Road, as well as the Thaddeus Stevens school... and now there's a Thaddeus Stevens Post Office. The Danville Post Office was re-named over the weekend to honor the historical figure.

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Love Wins

MelissaJenkinsDANVILLE- Today marks three years since St. Johnsbury Academy teacher Melissa Jenkins was murdered. With the tragedy fresh in their minds, those who remember Jenkins are honoring her today by wearing pink; her favorite color.

 

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Danville Losing Students?

DANVILLE- Retention rates among public high schools around the Northeast Kingdom have been a problem in recent years. Danville is just one of the many schools feeling the pressure from competing schools like St. Johnsbury Academy and Lyndon Institute.

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Rail Trail Continues to Grow

lvrtDANVILLE- The Lamoille Valley Rail Trail Committee met for the first time in Danville last night to discuss a management plan to complete the LVRT. The committee has had their fair share of challenges, and they are finally getting the last portion of the trail underway.

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New Head Coach Ready for New Season

st jDANVILLE- The Danville Indians have a new head basketball coach. Jason Brigham, the former JV coach for the Indians has taken on the position. The team is coming off of a championship win against Twin Valley last year and Brigham hopes for a similar result this year, but he knows he has to be realistic.

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Season Ending Supper

gamesupperDANVILLE - A tradition that started in 1921, and brings people together from Danville and surrounding local towns in the Northeast Kingdom, lives on today.

 

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Swap Helps the Community

winter swap DANVILLE -- While one coat drive has been running for over a decade in St. Johnsbury, Danville launched a similar affair named the winter gear swap this weekend. This one-day event was a part of the Winter Wellness Committee and was the first year Danville parents have used a clothing swap to raise money as well.

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Winter Gear Swap

winterswapDANVILLE VT.-  Danville school is holding a special winter fundraiser this weekend. The fundraiser is to help the adventurous people who want to explore on a budget.

 

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Cabot Shuts Down Danville

danville indians soccerDANVILLE - The Danville Indians boys' soccer team lost against the Cabot Huskies in their ninth game of the season last night.


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Danville Fights For FALS

FALSDANVILLE - The town of Danville came together over the weekend to support a local family in a new way.


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Danville Boy's Soccer

danville soccerDANVILLE - The Danville boys’ soccer team lost their game against Bellows Free Academy Fairfax when they went head to head last night.

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Solar Savings

solarpanelDANVILLE- A meeting that was held in the town of Danville could save residents money in the future. Danville Residents were encouraged to attend last night's meeting to discuss the topic of solar energy.

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Who is Joe?

joes pondDANVILLE- The Ice Out is over and pond is thawing, but how did Joe's Pond get the name?

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Ice Out on the Horizon?

ice outDANVILLE - Residents in Danville are waiting to hear just one thing...when will the ice at Joe's pond give way? The Long winter season has created a thick ice bed and employee's of the Hastings store say it may lead to a new record.

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West Danville Man Will Plead Insanity

danvillestabberDANVILLE- The N.H. Attorney General's Office has agreed with a defense attorney that a West Danville man involved in a homicide case from January 2013, was insane at the time.

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Sidewalk Talk

sidewalk talkDANVILLE - Sidewalks have been the talk of the town of Danville lately. The Route Two expansion project made several changes to the roads and some sidewalks. Town official say that the sidewalk project may not be done just yet.

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