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WHITINGHAM- Wins are proving to be elusive for the young Twin Valley girls’ varsity basketball team.  The squad rolls with one junior, three sophomores, and five eighth grade players. But veteran coach James Anderson knows it will take some time for the young team to develop.
On Tuesday,...
The Twin Valley boys' varsity team
The Twin Valley boys' varsity team
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley boys’ varsity team hasn’t played a game in almost two weeks, due to bad weather and a variety of other factors.  
Because of those postponed games, the Wildcats will play an accelerated schedule next week that will make gym rats and high-school basketball lovers...
Mount Snow
Mount Snow
VERMONT– This month ski areas across the state are participating in National Safety Awareness Month, sponsored by the National Ski Areas Association.  While Vermont’s ski areas remain focused on the safety of guests and employees every day, the goal of the annual month long initiative is to...
The Twin Valley boys’ varsity basektball team. Back row, from left:  Chris Eckert, Liam Wendel, Cody Magnant, Steven Oyer, Noah Dornburgh, Caleb Dupuis, Brian Sullivan, and coach Chris Brown.  Front row:  Luke Wrathall, Cooper Adams, Joey Crafts, Matt Hammond, and Carson McHale.                                                                           Randy Capitani
The Twin Valley boys’ varsity basketball team. Back row, from left: Chris Eckert, Liam Wendel, Cody Magnant, Steven Oyer, Noah Dornburgh, Caleb Dupuis, Brian Sullivan, and coach Chris Brown. Front row: Luke Wrathall, Cooper Adams, Joey Crafts, Matt Hammond, and Carson McHale. Photo by Randy Capitani
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley Wildcats stayed within striking distance for much of Friday’ game with Bellows Falls.  But a big shot by the Terriers to end the third quarter and a dominant fourth quarter helped Bellows Falls come away with the 67-32 win.
“We came into Bellows Falls with a...
ORFORD, NH- The Twin Valley girls’ varsity had a pair of games postponed this past week due to weather. The Wildcats had to reschedule a home game with Arlington and a road tilt with Proctor.  They were able to get in a Saturday game at Rivendell. While the weather held up, the Wildcats were...

Ivette Guttmann
BENNINGTON - Ivette Guttmann, MD, a sports medicine physician with SVMC Orthopedics, part of Southwestern Vermont Medical Center and Southwestern Vermont Health Care, has something in common with the best athletes in the world: she has a dream to make it to the Olympic Games. Her hope is to serve...
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley boys’ varsity had their first home game of the season Tuesday evening.  They hosted the rival Arlington Eagles and while the squads played pretty evenly through the first half, the visitors used a big third-quarter run to pull away for the 56-34 win.
The...
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley girls’ varsity clashed with Mill River Monday evening.  The Wildcats were strong on the defensive end, holding the Minutemen to the lowest point total of any opponent so far this season.  But Twin Valley wasn’t able to generate enough offense and fell to the visitors...

Left to right: John M. Flood, of SERVPRO; Thomas A. Dee, SVMC; Matthew Vernon, MD; and Ariana Flood, of SERVPRO.
BENNINGTON- John M. Flood and Ariana Flood, of SERVPRO of Bennington and Rutland counties, recently met with Southwestern Vermont Health Care president Thomas A. Dee  and radiation oncologist Matthew Vernon, MD, to present the proceeds of SERVPRO’s second charity golf tournament, which was held...

Twin Valley’s Kayla Mouroyenis, left, handles the ball in a game against Bellows Falls last month. RC
POULTNEY-  The Twin Valley girls’ varsity basketball team played their first game after the holiday break Wednesday evening, taking a road trip to Poultney.  The young Wildcats had a big challenge facing the veteran Blue Devils, the top team in the Southern Vermont League D division.
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