Written by student meteorologist Curt Olson
PEACHAM - One of Vermont's most powerful telescopes could be in your backyard and you may not even know it. Northern Skies Observatory, located in the small town of Peacham, uses a telescope that allows astronomers and even future astronomers to gaze into some of the deepest parts of space or at most 10 billion light years.Read More
LYNDON - The transition in life of a veteran is a very hard one after coming back to society. Some people can not adjust to life at home after seeing the life of war.
One local who served overseas is John Hojek. Hojek has decided to come back to school after serving in the Iraq war. Read More
WELLS RIVER - Blue Mountain Union School has once again proposed a new budget for the future. They are hoping that the fourth time is a charm.
With three previously failed budgets, the town of Wells River will now be voting on a $7.99 million dollar budge.Read More
ST. JOHNSBURY - Spinning is a cardiovascular exercise where you are on a stationary bike for about an hour. Bonnie Bashaw-Cole has been teaching the heart racing exercise for fourteen years.
VERMONT - The Vermont House has agreed on Senate changes to a bill calling for statewide training standards for police whom carry electronic stun guns.
BRADFORD - April showers not only brought back the May flowers, but also the mud, much to the delight of the folks in Bradford. May 3rd and 4th marked the 9th year that Vermonster took over Bradford.
LYNDONVILLE- It is never too soon to start thinking about ways to help other people. A 7-year-old girl named Elise Guzman, along with her friends, decided to contribute to Helping Other People Everyday.