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Jay Kenlan, president of the board of trustees at College of St. Joseph, said on Tuesday that Jennifer Scott, president of CSJ, has proposed a plan the board hopes will keep the college alive but could mean changes in staffing and offerings and could send undergraduates to another college. K…

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Christina Cunningham, local wellness pro, introduces and leads a guided meditation on grounding. She’s offering this as a free sample of her current work. She’s dedicated her career to helping people become comfortable in their bodies and creating lives that bring them fulfillment through ma…

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Rutland Herald reporter Patrick McArdle spoke with Dr. Jeffrey McKee, Vice President of Community and Behavioral Health Services at Rutland Regional Medical Center, Claudio Fort, president and CEO of Rutland Regional Medical Center and Dick Courcelle, CEO of Rutland Mental Health about a pro…

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It's play-off time and this week Bob Fredette and Tom Haley run through a long list of line-ups previewing what is sure to be some exciting games. Will B.F. field hockey continue it's winning streak? Can Rutland's football team overcome St. Johnsbury? And what game is Tom Haley betting the r…

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Welcome back to the Rutland Herald's local sports podcast, The Inside Pitch. This week Bob and Tom welcomed official Mike Kinsler to the podcast table to talk about a variety of topics, including an unforgettable soccer goal to midnight madness practices. Catch it all on The Inside Pitch.

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Week 3 of the 2018 fall season, and Bob and Tom kick off again with football but also hit the net on soccer and field hockey. The power rankings will also be out tomorrow. Find out who Tom and Bob like for the Maple Sap bucket as well. It's all on this week's edition of The Inside Pitch.

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They're back! The Rutland Herald sports podcast team of Bob Fredette and Tom Haley. It's another season and Bob and Tom have football on the brain for this kickoff show. This week's topics include: Poultney - a football town! A look ahead at this weeks' local sports Find out about returnin…

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Alfrecha Road, currently overrun with water in North Clarendon. Southern portions of Creek Road are closed as well as flat portions of Walker Mountain Road in Clarendon, around noon on Friday, January 25, 2019, after a rapid thaw and rain moved through the area.

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Paul Gamba, of Brandon, is a photographer with strong opinions about his profession and its history. He says, "There's a living, breathing element to film, or analog, that doesn't exist in the digital world." He might be the last of his kind in Vermont, a commercial photographer who will sti…

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Jennifer Usher, of “Make It Sew,” in Rutland tells the story of the opportunity she had 10 years ago to work for a time in County Donegal in northwestern Ireland. “They made fabric,” Usher says. “They hand-wove the wool that was produced literally next door, in a yarn factory.” Usher talks a…

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Jennifer Usher, of Make It Sew in Rutland, talks about her time spent working for a family business in County Donegal in northwest Ireland, what she learned and the friends she made in this week’s Talking Pictures video at bit.ly/0104JenniferUsher

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The Rev. John Weatherhogg, of Middletown Springs, senior minister and pastor at Grace Congregational United Church of Christ in Rutland, offers a Christmas message in this week’s Talking Pictures video. Weatherhogg says people at this time of year, anticipating the return of physical light a…