Veterans Gather at Summit

veterans summitLYNDON - The 3rd annual Veterans summit at Lyndon State College was a huge success as it attracted veterans from our back yards and beyond to congregate with other veterans and to listen seminars about how to deal with issues that some may face.

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Technology In The Classroom

technology in schools3LYNDON-- It was only 10 years ago when students had to take a computer class to learn how to use technology. Now schools are incorporating technology into all of their classes.

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Changes in Curbside Pick-Up

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LYNDON- The Lyndon Select Board met last night to discuss their stance on the new Universal Recycling Law and curbside trash pick up.

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Trouble In Mind

trouble in mind2LYNDON-- Although February is over, the idea of Black History Month is still on the peoples' minds. At Lyndon State College, the Twilight players and Lyndon Fair Club came together to put on a stage reading called "Trouble In Mind" last night.


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Defending Champs Fall

boys semisLYNDON- The Lyndon Institute boy's basketball team was denied their chance for a repeat at the hands of the Enosburg Hornets.


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Lyndon Eager to Adopt Recycling Law

Recycling ThumbLYNDON - A new law heading to Vermont this summer created quite the discussion at the Lyndon Town School for this year's town meeting.

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Maple Syrup Season

syrup2LYNDON-- Maple syrup season, otherwise known as sugaring season, already has some farms working hard. The season starts at the end of February going until April when the weather is cold at night but warmer during the day.

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Sen. Sanders Goes to College

bernie sanders lscLYNDON - Vermont State Senator Bernie Sanders (I) came to town today. Lyndon State College scheduled a "Town Hall Meeting" to talk to students about issues throughout the state and the direction that Vermont is going in.

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Turf Transformation

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LYNDON - The Fenton Chester Arena in Lyndonville is looking to become a year-round facilty. This May, the rink will undergo a 20-thousand dollar renovation which includes sythetic turf.

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Firefighters Asking Residents to Shovel Out Hydrants

fire hydrantLYNDONVILLE - The Northeast Kingdom has seen over two feet of snow within the last two months. This has been causing some problems for the Lyndonville Fire Department, who is asking residents to help dig out their fire hydrants.

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Solar Panels

solar panelsLYNDONVILLE - Green Lantern development, the company behind the proposed solar panel project in Lyndonville, clarified some data about solar energy costs.

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Barn Fire Update

barn fire updateLYNDON- After a barn caught on fire yesterday on Vail Drive in Lyndon, Officials have stated that they will not be investigating into the cause of the fire.

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Structure Fire, Total Loss

FIRELYNDONVILLE- Lyndonville Fire and Rescue responded to a structure fire this morning around 9AM. A barn located on Vail Drive burned for over an hour before crews were finally able to put the flames out.

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Riverside Silent Auction

riverside auctionLYNDON - Over the weekend, the Riverside School held their annual benefit auction. This is the 15th annual auction the school is holding and it's used as a fundraiser to enhance some of the programs at the school. 

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Railroad Work Leads to Damage

POT HOELYNDON- Drivers are reporting blown tires and bent wheels due to the construction of the railroad track on Broad Street in Lyndon. The project was supposed to be finished in the Summer, when the paving was being done, but was delayed due to the certain type of rail not being avialable.

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LI Wins Nail Biter in OT

WHENISAYLYNDONUSAYVIKINGSLYNDON- The Lyndon Institute Vikings took on the Lake Region Falcons in LI's home opener. This was the first game for new head coach Phil Joyal at LI's court, as well as the first home game for three freshman on the varsity squad; and what a memorable first home game it was.

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Staying Fit and Keeping Healthy

staying fit and keeping healthyLYNDON - With a new year, comes New Year's resolutions. A lot of those resolutions involve getting fit, keeping active, and maintaining good health. What better way to do this than to start a workout plan? 

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Saving the Enviroment by Recycling

Fisher_Waste.jpgLYNDONVILLE- Everyday landfills across the country become more full because not everyone knows how to recycle hazardous waste. The Northeast Kingdom Waste Management has some advice for those people.

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Out With the Old And In With the New At Riverside

barnLYNDON VT-The Riverside school has spent the last twenty month finding fin ace support for their newly reconstructed  barn, last night they called that campaign to a close.

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North Pole Express, Huge Success

frieghthouseLYNDONVILLE- The North Pole Express is ready to provide another year of Chirstmas magic for the Northeast Kingdom. The Freighthouse in Lyndonville started this magical train ride nine years ago as a fall foliage train ride, but switched gears and turned into a Christmas experience that now hundreds attend.

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Social Media -- the New Vote

thumbnailtemplate copyLYNDONVILLE - One State Senator has gone to social media to help him decide who to vote for, for Governor in January.



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After-School Program in Lyndon

After_school_programing_2.jpgLYNDON - The after-school program at the Lyndon Town School has about 160 students. The program runs Monday-through-Thursday from 2:45 P.M. to about 5:15 P.M. and is available for any student from kindergarten to the eighth grade.

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The Race to Ohio

scheibenpflugLYNDON - A local collegiate runner is headed to the Division-III National Championship this weekend, but the road there wasn't an easy one. 

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Deer Rifle Season

Hunting_season.jpgLYNDON- The 2014 deer rifle season started off with a quick bang. 

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Locals Celebrate Adoption Month

familyLYNDONVILLE- November is National Adoption Month here in the United States.

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What's Coming Up At 5:30

What's Coming Up Tonight at 5:30

Toy Swap

One local group taking donations to cloth the needy.


School Music Wall

6th graders are asking for community donations of pots and pans so they can build a music wall for all students in the school to use on the playground.


Village Donations

The Village sports store donated some cleats to Lyndon Institute