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SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — The Springfield Lions Club held its 7th annual fishing tournament at Hoyt’s Landing in Springfield on Sunday, Sept. 14. This year’s event featured a live catch and release style tournament with prizes award for Bass, Perch, and Northern Pike.

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Keisha McIntosh Allen and Kindel Turner Nash research how kids learn to read and prepare future teachers at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. They are also raising children of their own. Here, they answer five questions many families and teachers may have about what they are seein…

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If you have recently become a widow or widower, you are obviously dealing with an enormous emotional burden, and coping with your grief can seem like a full-time struggle. Unfortunately, the business of life must go on — and the financial moves you make at this time can have a big impact on …

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This year, we will have the opportunity to judge for ourselves who is the best painter alive. Many Europeans claim that the German Gerhard Richter (b. 1931, Dresden) is the one; for Americans, Jasper Johns (b. 1930, Augusta, Georgia) takes the prize.

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Adrien Broom’s “A Journey through Color” just opened in the Wilson Gallery at Southern Vermont Arts Center in Manchester. Patty Hudak’s “There, Through the Broken Branches, Go,” an expansive installation of cascading panels of translucent painted fabrics, natural light bathing them, transforms the Wilson’s broad staircase and landings, drawing viewers into another world.

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“Up in the air Junior Birdmen / Up in the air upside down / Up in the air Junior Birdmen / With your noses to the ground.”

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If you are a teacher or a parent, back-to-school season can mean a ramped-up schedule with less time to cook. If you’re a college student in your first apartment or dorm room, you might be cooking for yourself for the first time. And no matter who you are, the pandemic means you’re probably …

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“Orchestrating Change,” a new documentary about the Burlington-born Me2/Orchestra, the first orchestra created for people living with mental illnesses and the people who support them, premieres Sept. 5 on Vermont PBS Plus.

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