See this week’s Street Talk video aboard the Santa Train at bit.ly/1208SantaTrain
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act of Kindness
Festival celebrates trees
Chicken Coop Yoga
Dioramas on Display
Mary Brown, of the Timberloft Farm Store in West Rutland, prepares a wreath for a customer during the 44th annual Holiday Fair at College of St. Joseph in Rutland on Friday afternoon.
A crew from Engelberth Construction prepares Ceres for her new home atop the State House as a huge crowd gathers to watch the historic event.
Top, the second version of Ceres, carved by then sergeant-at-arms Dwight Dwinnell in 1938, is removed from the State House this past spring. Left, Sculptor Chris Miller works on the intricate sheaf of wheat recently at the Vermont Granite Museum in Barre. Right, Sculptor Jerry Williams fine …
Braving the dayside
Crews restore power
Deep in November
Looking for a good home
Through the snowy woods
Snow-laden trees droop over a snowy West Road in Ira on Tuesday. According to the Vermont Department of Transportation, more than half of the roads in Vermont are unpaved.
Colin McCaffrey, of East Montpelier, walks across a snowy Calais field in search of a buck during the second week of hunting season. Rifle season wraps up on Sunday with muzzleloader and archery season running from Dec. 1-9.
Catamount in waiting
Swiss national ski team member Aline Danioth, a reigning junior world champion, trains this week at Sugarbush Resort in Warren in anticipation of this weekend’s World Cup slalom and giant slalom events at Killington Resort.
Man vs. Machine
Snowman builder hits the trail
Andy Knapp, of Rutland Fuel Co., hauls a hose from his truck to make a delivery on Kendall Avenue in Rutland on Thursday.
A private jet ascends from Rutland-Southern Vermont Regional Airport on Monday amid a backdrop of fading foliage.
Practice was business as usual for the Rutland City Public Schools Unified Sports teams at Bowlerama Monday night until the Rutland Rugby Club showed up.
Miles Dixon, 27, of Brooklyn, NYC, out of New Hampshire, USA, came to Rutland to work out his screenplay about a skateboarder caught up in the opioid crisis. See this week’s Talking Pictures video at bit.ly/1102MilesDixon
stage 40 to present ‘Sweeney Todd’
Light in the darkness
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A family of skeptical cows poses for a photo at their pasture in Castleton Thursday morning.
Horns for Halloween
Enjoying the view
Jasminter Multani, right, looks back down to his belayer during a costume themed league night at the Green Mountain Rock Climbing Center in Rutland Thursday night. Multani and his team dressed up as "The Boulder Girls."
Chris Thompson, left, ascends a while while dressed as "Woody" from Disney's Toy Story movies, as Patrick Banks, right, dressed as Buzz Lightyear belays during a costume themed league night at the Green Mountain Rock Climbing Center Thursday night.
Coming soon to the Rutland Herald, a new edition of Hometown Heroes will feature the volunteer firefighters of the West Rutland Fire Department. Talking Pictures interviewed some of these dedicated guys, some of whom are second- and third-generation firefighters with the department, some of …
A steer stands in a pasture in Castleton as a frosty Birdsye Mountain looms in the background Thursday morning.
Mongolia in Vermont
Dance with Dinner
Soccer goals sit on Taranovich Field in Pittsford, where Proctor High School hosts its home soccer games.