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Volunteering Just Might Be Good For You

With Town Meetings almost upon us, lots of folks across Vermont are thinking about volunteers. Towns need volunteers, lots of them. The list of where towns need volunteers seems almost endless: library trustees, electric department commissioners, planning commissions and development review boards, town energy committees, and quite recently, equity committees[Read More…]

AWARE Report

HARDWICK – AWARE served 11 people from February 11 through February 18. AWARE is a nonprofit organization, established in 1984, dedicated to resolving the causes and effects of domestic violence and sexual assault in the greater Hardwick area.The 24-hour hotline is 802-472-6463.

Printed Papers Available at Area Libraries

Full size color copies of The Hardwick Gazette are now available at the Jeudevine Memorial Library in Hardwick and the Greensboro Free Library. Stop in to see what the Gazette looks like when printed full size and consider making a donation to help bring the printed newspaper back into your[Read More…]

2024 Hardwick Humanitarian Awards

The 2024 Hardwick Humanitarian Awards, recognizing contributors to the community, were awarded by the Kiwanis Club on Tuesday, February 20 The Hardwick Gazette is proud of our local weather reporter Tyler Molleur, who received a well-deserved award for his work with the Hardwick Rescue Squad. We congratulate Tyler for the[Read More…]

Lady Trojans Look to Finish Strong

MARSHFIELD – After falling to a pair of divisional powers in Williamstown and Richford last week, the Twinfield-Cabot girls’ basketball team will look to improve on their 11-7 record with a strong finish to their regular season. Gracie Engelhard knocked down 4 three-pointers to help Williamstown escape Marshfield with a[Read More…]

High School Roundup

Menard and Fortmann Power Vikes to Top Spot LYNDONVILLE – Hazen Union’s Andrew Menard and Max Fortmann combined for three assists last week as the Lyndon Institute (LI) boys’ hockey team blitzed Missisquoi Valley (MVU), Woodstock, and Burlington to run their unbeaten streak to 10 games. Fortmann, a junior forward/defenseman,[Read More…]

Lady Cats Cruise into Postseason

NORTHFIELD – The biggest problem head coach Randy Lumsden will have heading into the postseason with his top seeded Hazen Union girls’ basketball team will be keeping them competitively sharp as they closed out the regular season last week with lopsided wins over Northfield and BFA-Fairfax. Freshman Kelsie Rivard poured[Read More…]

Washer Extends Family Legacy with 1,000th

SHARON – Dylan Washer joined his legendary grandfather Allen Reed in the Craftsbury Academy (CA) boys’ basketball 1,000-point scorer club last week, as the senior topped 40 plus points for the second consecutive week. Washer reached the milestone last Monday, scoring 43 of his team’s 50 points in a two-point[Read More…]

Trojans Clinch Home Playoff Game

MARSHFIELD – The Twinfield-Cabot boys’ basketball team continued to battle through injuries last week under first year head coach Kris Bador, winning two of their final three games of the regular season to earn a home playoff game in the upcoming Division IV tournament. Sophomore Sam McLane netted a team-high[Read More…]

Wildcats Flip the Script on Thetford

RANDOLPH – After taking care of Randolph earlier in the week, the Hazen Union boys’ basketball team avenged an early season overtime loss to Thetford Academy to capture the top seed in the upcoming Division III state tournament. Freshman Jameson Lamarre scored 13 points, hauled in nine rebounds, and dished[Read More…]

Anne Winchester Responds

CALAIS – Select Board Chair Anne Winchester, running unopposed for the remaining year of a 3-year term, answered the Gazette’s questions: Why are you running for select board? Winchester: Last year every member of the select board was brand new. We quickly realized that running a small rural town today[Read More…]

Select Board Candidates Respond

HARDWICK – On town meeting day, voters will appoint select board members by Australian Ballot. Elizabeth Dow is not running again, leaving three seats open. Current member Shari Cornish is running unopposed for another three-year term. Select board chair, Eric Remick and newcomer, Timothy Ricciardello are running unopposed for two[Read More…]