Lowe's Helps Littleton

LITTLETONLITTLETON, NH- The Littleton Information Booth is getting an upgrade from the Lowes' hometown Hero Project.



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New Bike Lane in Burke

BURKE BIKE LANEBURKE - Due to safety concerns, the town of Burke and Kingdom Trails are working together to bring in funding for a new bike lane on East Darling Hill Road. The lane plans are already underway and the owner is happy his customers will be safer.

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Beaver Problems in Harvey Lake

AROUND THE NEK - Barnet has been reducing the water level of Harvey Lake slowly but surely. The process, however, hasn't been the easiest for the town. One local animal has been making the process rather difficult: the beaver.

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Healthcare Changes

NVRHhealthcareST. JOHNSBURY - Changes may be coming to health care policies in Vermont after nearly two years of negotiations.

The federal government has approved an “all-payer waiver” which will change the way healthcare providers are reimbursed.

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Indigenous Peoples' Day

indigenous dayAROUND THE NEK - A holiday that has been nationally recognized for 79 years has come to an end in Vermont.

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Unified We Stand: LSC and JSC Will Fall

1unificaitonVERMONT - The Vermont State College Board of Trustees has approved Chancellor Jeb Spaulding's proposal to unify Lyndon and Johnson Thursday at their retreat at Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee.

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Homework or No Homework?

NO HOMEWORKAROUND THE NEK - No homework for the rest of the year— for some, that may sound like a dream come true, but other schools in the Green Mountain State are saying 'no thank you.'


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Archery Season

AArchery SeasonROUND THE NEK - Expect a little more action in the woods this weekend, because Saturday marks the first day of Vermont’s archery season.

The season is for white-tailed deer and according to Vermont’s Fish and Wildlife’s website, Vermont is the leading state in hunting bucks per square mile then any other New England State. Hunting deer is the favorite among Vermont's 65,000 hunters.


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RCT Recieves Grant

RCTNORTHEAST KINGDOM - With the help of a projected 50 thousand dollar grant, the Rural Community Transit is making strides to improve accessibility to commuters. With the business of a community transit constantly picking up, the grant coming in from the United States Department of Agriculture will help riders and bus drivers connect easier.

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Newbury Fire

NEWBURY- One family learned just how quickly their luck could change. Over the weekend, the Craig residence in Newbury lost their home to a house fire.

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Get Out the Vote

GetOuttheVOTEAROUND THE NEK – As we all know, this year is a Presidential Election year but it is also time for the next local and state government races to be determined. In Vermont, early voting for the 2016 general election began on Friday, September 23rd.

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Buy, Buy, Buy? Sell, Sell, Sell?

real restateAROUND THE NEK – Put the piggy bank back on the top shelf because you might want to wait a couple months before you think about buying property or selling your place. The market is expected to slow down as winter is steadily approaching.

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Fall Festivities

Colors of the KingdomAROUND THE NEK - Fall in Vermont means apple cider donuts, sweaters, leaf peeping, and festivals galore. The Northeast Kingdom has gotten a start in all of these categories — especially the festivities.

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Phat Kats Closing

phatkatsLYNDONVILLE - The local bar scene in Lyndon is now about to completely be lost. Phat Kats Tavern will be closing their doors on October 14th due to increases in insurance rates. The rates became more expensive than they thought, due to a local insurance company being bought out by a larger corporate company.

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Counterfeit Money

counterfeit billsAROUND THE NEK - A court date has been set for a man who was found using counterfeit bills at the Saint Johnsbury Family Dollar on Railroad Street. Our reporter Alex Paduch, who died in a fatal car accident early Tuesday morning, covered a story on different ways to catch a counterfeit bill - one of his last stories, for our news station.

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AG Candidates Talk Issues in Johnson

AG DEBATE THUMBJOHNSON - Two candidates are battling for the title of Vermont’s Attorney General.  On September 15, Republican candidate and St. Johnsbury local Deborah Bucknam and TJ Donovan of Burlington for the Democratic party, met at Johnson State College for a debate over the issues.


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Apple Season

Apple thumbAROUND THE NEK - During fall, leaves aren't the only thing to drop to the ground, apples are starting to as well!

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Plans for Barnet School

BarnetschoolplansBARNET - The Caledonia County Supervisory Union is coming up with a way to be more accordance with Act 46, as well as hopes to increase reading percentiles in third grade students.

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EB-5 Investors Face Hardships Amidst Hotel Opening

ribbon thumbBURKE — Governor Shumlin made an appearance Thursday at Burke Mountain for the official ribbon cutting of the long awaited hotel. In Shumlin’s long list of thanks some people felt left out and cheated.


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Burke Mountain Hotel Opens

burkemountainhotelAROUND THE NEK- Residents and tourists are excited now that the doors are open at the Burke Mountain Resort's hotel and conference center.

"It's just kind of like that small town atmosphere, but this hotel brings that kind of big town feel," says Jess Sechler, the marketing manager at Burke Mountain Hotel.

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Arts in The NEK

artsinnekAROUND THE NEK - The art room at the Lyndon Town School is messy and disheveled after a group of students file out.

At the counter near the back left corner of the room, a copy of the Caledonian-Record is splayed out, covered in all sorts of paints and glue. A bucket of dirty rinse water for paintbrushes sits next to a sink, in which there is a water bottle for drinking and a spray bottle for cleaning the tables.

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Sustainable Farms

Sustainable FarmAround the NEK- In the quest for making Vermont a greener place, two farms are working to make their operations as sustainable as possible. Jasper Hill Farm and Pete's Greens Organic Farm are working with VT 99 Meats to bring in more business to the area and also help to keep the earth as heath as they can.

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Help Your Dogs Beat the Heat

DogstuffLITTLETON- The warmer weather is fast approaching, which means it's time to get outside and enjoy some of the activities that accompany warmer weather, such as spending time with your beloved pets.

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Protecting the Public

berick 2PEACHAM-Saving property by day, and saving lives by night is a normal day at the office for Peacham Fire Chief Jeff Berwick. Berwick owns an insurance agency, protecting people's property in damaging situations. "Sometimes I wear two hats when I go out on a call," he said.

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State Considering Big Buy

DAMSVERMONT- Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin has created a special "task force," whose members are assigned to research whether or not the state should purchase 13 hydroelectric dams along the Deerfield and Connecticut Rivers.

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Snow Storm Outages

We talked with Lyndonville Electric about the power outages in the area.


Flu Shots

Flu season is ahead of us, see how you can help yourself from getting sick.


Lyndonville Apartments to be Demolished

LA proposal that came out last fall is starting in March, we talked to rural Edge to find out more.