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While some fans might have been less than thrilled with the Boise State football team’s selection in the Arizona Bowl, coach Andy Avalos said that getting picked in the game was a huge honor. The New Year’s Eve game had the first pick of Mountain West Teams after the Los Angeles Bowl’s selection on conference champion Utah State, the coach said.

Fall leaves are flying in the Northeast Kingdom, and that means First Night North preparations are well underway. Hosted by Catamount Arts, the New Year’s Eve performing arts festival is celebrating its 29th year, and organizers are eager to welcome revelers back to downtown venues for over 60 shows by 200 artists, including 12 acts making their First Night debuts.

Organizers for First Night North, St. Johnsbury’s New Year’s Eve performing arts festival, are inviting the public to a community forum on Thursday, Aug. 19, at 6 p.m., via Zoom. The forum is an opportunity for community members to provide input, ideas, and feedback about First Night North celebrations and plans for the future, as well as ask questions and learn more about the event.

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Firefighters respond to a structure fire at 202 Under The Mountain Rd. in Lyman on Thursday, Dec. 31, 2020. The New Year’s Eve fire was reported by the Lyman Forest Fire Warden at 3:25 p.m. and multiple departments arrived to discover the wood frame, cape-style home was fully engulfed. Property owner Alexander Lantas was not on scene and no injuries were reported. The cause remains under investigation. Fire departments from Lisbon, Littleton and Sugar Hill responded and Landaff Fire ran the water supply at Dodge Pond. (Photo by Paul Hayes)