News

‘Small voices do have a big impact’

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At her first two school board meetings, Jaclyn Cline remembers staying silent until after the cameras were turned off. Ten months later, the University of Vermont-bound, Colchester High School graduate with a State House internship and Congressional page experience under…

Town to screen movies in the park

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After securing a massive outdoor screen and projector, the Colchester Parks and Recreation Department has decided to take its show on the road this summer, playing a series of family-friendly films in locations around town. “It all goes with our…

Sports

Cannons start off strong

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  After dropping the opening game in their 2017 summer season, the Colchester Cannons stormed back with three-straight wins, including a 6-4 decision over Rutland last Sunday. They currently sit with a 3-1 record. Thomas Vesosky has sparked the Cannons’ offense through the first four games with a .714 batting average over 14 at-bats, including…

Cinderella run ends in state finals

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After a magical run to its first-ever finals that included upsets over the tournament’s No. 2 seed, the Colchester boys tennis team fell in the state championships to top-seeded South Burlington last Saturday, 6-1.  At the No. 14 seed, the Lakers were the lowest seed in state history to reach the championship round. Courtesy photos.