New Faces: Kevin Richards

  In high school, Kevin Richards focused almost exclusively on football. He spent most of his free time practicing, and it paid off. He was accepted int...

New Faces: Tess Knepp

  In high school Tess Knepp never fit into one group. She participated in track, theater, headed up the Horticulture Club, and “tried out every style....

Covid Chronicles: Seventh Grade At Home

  It is eight am. James, “Jimmy” Churchill is just getting ready for the day. He heads downstairs still groggy and grabs his notebooks, computer, an...

New Faces: Justin Fontaine

Justin Fontaine had just begun his work as an athletic trainer for an affiliate team to the NHL hockey franchise, the Arizona Coyotes.    “It was ...

New Faces: Alison Byrnes

Alison Byrnes knew that biking wasn’t her strong suit. After a 2.4 mile swim and a 26 mile run she felt exhausted, and had 112 miles of biking ahead of her. S...

New Faces: Hunter Hedenberg

In the summer of 2019, Hunter Hedenberg and her partner Rob were hiking back to the car after a day of rock climbing on a ranch in Wyoming when they encountered...

New Faces: Julia Pritchard

In 2006 Julia Pritchard went to Wisconsin to compete in the American Birkebeiner, the largest cross country skiing race in North America. Julia competed in the ...

Back to School: Covid Changes

Some students come from the bus, others from the parking lot. All of them wear masks. The first big changes to the inside of the building are the clear plexigla...

Positive Pie: A Slice on the Pandemic

Melissa Whittaker owns a local Italian pizza restaurant alongside her husband Carlo. On Wednesday night, she walked into the kitchen, saw the food windows piled...

Seniors: What is going to happen now?

Sophia Heinz, a senior at U-32, found out school was closed for the rest of the year while she was working at Shaws in Montpelier. “A customer told me...