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April 15, 2015 by Carolyn Pratt Barton (Register to contact)

Was the death or Norma Griswold '55 ever reported? She died in September 2013.

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Hartford's Hamilton Named Vt. Gatorade Player of the Year

December 11, 2017 by Valley News

Valley NewsWhite River Junction — Tyler Hamilton still carries around scars from Hartford High's football season, the most notable being a high right ankle sprain that has kept him from transitioning from the gridiron to the hockey rink with the rest of his ...

Timely Townley Return

December 9, 2017 by Valley News

Valley NewsWhite River Junction — Steven Townley wanted to spend his final year of varsity hockey representing his hometown with his friends. Woodstock High's boys hockey team couldn't be happier he decided to do so. Townley, who transferred to the Williston ...

Vt. WWII veteran, 93, reflects on Pearl Harbor anniversary

December 7, 2017 by WCAX

WCAXThe White River Junction man was finishing up Hartford High School. He says his friends used to sing about joining the Air Force. "I just want to fly over Germany. That's why I joined this war," Jacobs sang. But Jacobs tells us he couldn't get into the ...

South Royalton Principal Pleads Not Guilty After Being Charged With Voyeurism

November 30, 2017 by Valley News

Valley NewsDean Stearns, of Sharon, Vt., walks into the courtroom for arraignment on Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017, at Windsor Superior Court in White River Junction, Vt. Stearns, who is the principal of South Royalton High School, is charged with voyeurism and ...

VIFL considers football's future

November 16, 2017 by Rutland Herald

Rutland HeraldVermont has had eight-man football in the past, but shut it down after the 2003 season, when the sport was on solid ground and schools were able to put 11-man teams on the field. However, since links between concussions and contact sports have been ...

VIFL Offers Thoughts to Keep Vermont Football Viable

November 15, 2017 by Valley News

White River Junction — It was all about keeping Green Mountain State football vibrant during discussions at Hartford High School on Wednesday at the fall meeting of the Vermont Interscholastic Football League. Among the topics booted around were eight ...

Canes-Toppers, Act II: Hartford, St. Jay Meet in Title Rematch

November 10, 2017 by Valley News

Valley NewsWest Lebanon — Teams change over the course of a 2½-month high school football season. Hartford High and St. Johnsbury Academy are about to find out how much in the biggest moment of the campaign. For the second straight November, the Hurricanes and ...

Rec Briefs: UVAC Leaf Peepers Meet Produces Masters World Mark

November 1, 2017 by Valley News

Valley NewsWhite River Junction — In what's becoming something of a tradition, the Upper Valley Aquatic Center's Leaf Peepers Masters Mini Meet on Saturday produced a new age-group world record. Rhode Island's Diann Uustal, competing in the women's 70-74 age ...

Canes Sink Lakers Again in DI Football Quarterfinal

October 27, 2017 by Valley News

Valley NewsWhite River Junction — Colchester High football coach Tom Perry opened up the playbook and threw everything but the kitchen sink at second-seeded Hartford in Friday's VPA Division I quarterfinal match. If only there had been an actual kitchen sink to ...

Rec Briefs: Small Games Hockey Training Returning to Hartford

October 18, 2017 by Valley News

Valley NewsWhite River Junction — The Hartford Parks and Recreation Department is teaming up again with longtime Hartford High boys hockey coach Todd Bebeau to host a weeklong small games camp from Nov. 13-17 at Wendell A. Barwood Arena. The camp is open to boys ...

Getting Cake, Eating It Too: Hartford Field Hockey Wins Sixth Straight

October 16, 2017 by Valley News

Valley NewsWhite River Junction — A large cake awaited the Hartford High School field hockey team following Monday's game against Rutland. The Hurricanes' dramatic victory on senior day made the delectable dessert taste especially sweet. Michaela Ricker scored ...

Hartford Football Takes Fifth Straight

October 6, 2017 by Valley News

Valley NewsWhite River Junction — On a night centered on giving back, the Hartford High football team also delivered an exhilarating win. The Hurricanes built a 24-10 halftime lead, then withstood a charge by fellow once-beaten BFA-St. Albans and hung on for a ...

Big Gaps in Dental Health With 'Patchwork Efforts' to Address Access, Affordability

September 23, 2017 by Valley News

Valley NewsWhite River JunctionHartford resident Nicole Hopkins, who works as a cashier at a gas station in Hanover and is covered by Medicaid, recently attended a free dental clinic held by the Ottauquechee Health Foundation at the Vermont Department of ...

Byrne Family Philanthropy Has Given $72 Million Since 2003; Can It Continue?

September 10, 2017 by Valley News

Valley NewsHanover — There was the overhead projector for Hartford High School's Friday morning assemblies and the new roof for the Parish Players' Eclipse Grange Theatre building in Thetford. There have been funds for restoration projects at the Enfield Shaker ...

Hartford Football Topples Middlebury

September 8, 2017 by Valley News

Valley NewsWhite River Junction — Class is constantly in session for the Hartford High football team, even when the school day is done. That's because the young Hurricanes need every bit of seasoning they can get, as evidenced on Friday night during a 36-7 ...

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