Playin’ in the Mud
Mask on, Mask Off
Dancing amid the pews
An abstract view of the Rutland skyline looking to the east greets visitors to the parking deck in Rutland City on Tuesday afternoon. At left is the spire of Grace Congregational Church and at right is First Baptist Church.
Follow the Leader
Snowy scooter ride
Fixture in the Meadow
Wallingford Select Board member Nelson Tift tallies votes during a recount at the Wallingford Town Hall on Monday.
On the Lookout
After the Squall
In the Shrewsbury wilds
The Rutland County Parent-Child Center is raising money to get its building back.
Baxter Street house taken down
Lounging in the sunshine
Play it as it lays
Dark and snowy night
Place in the sun
The road, the land, the peaks
Teddy Bear Check-up
Rutland Rocks (and sweeps)
When the brewing is through
Walking in a wondrous wintry land
Maisha Hendrickson, second-grader at Northwest Elementary School, posts a paper heart on the window of Speak Easy Cafe. Hendrickson’s heart is a thank-you to rescue personnel.
Rutland Northwest and Northeast elementary school students wait eagerly outside Speak Easy Cafe in downtown Rutland last Tuesday.
A student puts up a heart that reads, “I love Rutland because of the great mechanics,” inside the window at the Green Mountain Power Energy Innovation Center.
Jacob James, second-grader at Northwest Elementary School, posts a paper heart in the window of Speak Easy Cafe.
Rutland Northwest second-grader Skyler Nestle puts a heart in the window at the Green Mountain Power Energy Innovation Center.
Coming around Mount Tabor
Mr. Pickle Man, of Rutland Town, describes his coming of age in Warwick, Rhode Island, dropping out of school at 15 and at the age of 17 joining the Army. When he came out, he used his medical training as a foundation, worked in civilian hospitals as a registered nurse, went into government …