National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

CyberSecurityLyndonville- October is national Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Held every year, the goal is to educate people on internet safety. From changing your passwords every so often, to making sure you are not using the same login information for multiple websites. These are just a few tips to keep yourselves a step ahead of the hackers.

 

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Lyndonville FD Flooding Protocol

FloodingLYNDON- Roadways are back open after Tuesday nights heavy rain caused parts of the Passumpsic River and Millers Run Brook to flood.

 

Two to three inches of rain fell in parts of the Northeast Kingdom, here in Lyndonville, we saw some of the worst of it. Typical spots along Routes 122, 114, and Route 5 were underwater.

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Lyndon's Bike Trails Put on The Map

Bike SignLYNDON- The bike and pedestrian committee in Lyndon, has been pushing to make the area more accessible and friendly to pedestrians and bikers alike.  Along with the addition of more lighting on walkways, Lyndon’s bike paths are now on the map.

 

With some help from a grant, and students from the construction trades program over at Lyndon Institute, this project was able to be checked off the list quite efficiently.

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Do North Coworking Holds Final "Boot Camp"

27 do north coworkingLYNDON- Do North Coworking held its last set of workshops that teach people how to use Microsoft Excel on Friday September 27th.

These workshops, called mini "boot camps," are coordinated by NVU's Ann Nygard, the director of the center for proffesional studies.

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Millers Run Bridge Stands to See Another Day

BridgeLYNDON- It’s only been a few weeks now since the Millers Run Bridge has been back open after being closed during the summer for repairs. This happened after an oversized box truck heavily damaged the bridge back in late May. It nearly suffered the same fate last week when an 18- wheeler tractor trailer made it through by the skin of its teeth.  “At some point, we make excuses for everybody,” Says Lyndon Municipal Advisor Justin Smith.

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New Charges Related to Pimento Killing

LYNDONVILLE- Two more Lyndonville residents are facing drug and gun charges in an investigation related to the homicide last year of 37-year-old Waterford man Michael Pimento.

 

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Lyndonville Police Cruiser Damaged After Hitting Curb

LYNDONVILLE- A Lyndonille police cruiser is temporarily out of commission after a crash on Saturday.

 

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Healthy Eating Habits Event

Healthy eating habitsLYNDONVILLE - Healthy snacks and activities were the focus of an event at Bandstand Park Friday, September 6th, as a part of the Cobleigh Library's youth programming. About 30 children and families were in attendance and they participated in activities, learned about cooking for toddlers, and even were taught how to make chef hats of their own.

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Business Profile: Lyndonville Bagel Depot

Bagel DepotLYNDON- The Lyndonville Bagel Depot has established itself as a popular downtown breakfast stop.

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Teacher Appreciation at Lyndon Town School

TEACHER APPRECIATIONLYNDON- March 7th, 1980 was declared by Congress as National Teacher Day. Five years later, the National Parent Teacher Association established the whole first week of May, to be considered Teacher Appreciation Week.

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H.O.P.E.'s Sixth Annual Color Vibe

Color RunLYNDONVILLE- It was a day filled of laughter, music, and color. H.O.P.E.’s sixth annual Color Vibe was this past weekend, and this year was certainly different than it has been in the past. 

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Caledonia Home and Garden Show

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LYNDONVILLE- For the third year in a row the Caledonia County Fairgrounds hosted the Caledonia Home and Garden Show. This past weekend, the Fairgrounds were filled with vendors, entrepreneurs, and businesses of all kinds.

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House Advances Bill for Wage Increase

Min Wage

LYNDON- The House of Representatives has advanced a bill that would increase minimum wage to 15 dollars an hour by 2024.

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Special Olympics Runs Lyndon Info Booth

LYNDONVILLE- The Caledonia County Special Olympics program will be running the Veterans' Park Information Booth in Lyndonville this year.

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St Elizabeths Church in Lyndonville Restoring Historic Clock

Lyndonville Church ClockLYNDONVILLE- Although time keeps on ticking, the historic clock at Saint Elizabeths has not been consitantly working for some time now. 

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Lyndon Planning Commission Seeks Public Input

Envision Lyndon LYNDON-  Every five years, the Lyndon Planning Commission gets together to write a town plan, which outlines what the town would like to see improved or kept the same over a five year period.

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Millers Run Bridge Closed Due to Flooding

Millers Run BridgeLYNDONVILLE- With all of the recent rain and warmer temperatures that we have received, the snow pack that we built up over the duration of the winter has begun to melt.  

 

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Northeast Kingdom Tech Startup Readies for Launch

LYNDONVILLE - Two years ago, husband and wife Matt Clark and Chrissie Heinrich set out to create a company that would tap into the fast-growing drone industry. With experience working at microDATA GIS, a now-sold St. Johnsbury company founded by Heinrich's father that operated many states' E-911 systems, the pair knew they wanted to focus on mapping. Now, with a commercial launch planned within the next couple of months, Whiteout Solutions thinks it's found a unique niche.

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Improvements in Marketing Can Lead to Economic Stimulation in Lyndonville

beat12LYNDON-Since the birth of the Downtown Lyndonville Revitalization Task Force in 2017, the goals for the group have changed due to the fact that they are small in numbers and are without much financial reinforcement.

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Crash on Route 5 in Lyndonville

Lyndonville CrashLYNDONVILLE- A woman was sent to the hospital this afternoon after authorities responded to a crash on Route 5 in Lyndonville. 

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Local Career Fair Brought Great Opportunity To Local Community

Career FairLYNDON - Northern Vermont University at Lyndon hosted a career fair today that started at 10am. The event was open to all members of the community and many of the Universities students were urged by professors to utilize the careers and vendors in attendance.

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National March for Meals Month

Meals on wheels LYNDONVILLE- This month is March for Meals month and the Darling Inn Meal Site is one of the many places in the northeast Kingdom that can provide meals for those who don't have access to them. They not only provide meals at the meal site but they also deliver them through the Meals on Wheels program or people can pick them up as well.

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Dog Biting Incident In Lyndon

LYNDON - Last wednesday a Lyndon resident reported to the Caledonian record that their wife had been bitten by a dog near the Lyndon Outing Club Building.

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Lyndon Outing Club Closing Day

LOC CLOSING DAYLYNDON- Although a whopping two feet of snow fell this past Friday March 22nd, the Lyndon Outing Club announced that Sunday March 24th will be their final day of operations for the season.

 

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Cabin Fever Clinic Hits a Home Run

baseballLYNDONVILLE- There may have been over 20 inches of snow on the ground but the Lyndon Institute Cabin Fever Baseball Clinic was in full swing and went off with a hit.The annual clinic is a fundraiser for the L.I. Varsity Baseball team to help fix equipment and other necessities.

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