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NEWPORT CITY — Olivia Clogston, a graduate of the Newport Police Department Explorers’ program, has successfully completed her 12-week dispatch training course and is the department’s newest part-time dispatcher.

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LYNDON CENTER — Northern Vermont University (NVU) announced the largest gift in the Vermont State College System’s (VSCS) history during a live-streamed meeting Monday afternoon: $3.5 million was pledged by Mark and Molly Valade.

In all the chaos of the election, it would be easy to lose track of the fact that November 8th was National First-Generation Student Day. This day was meant to highlight and celebrate those who are the first in their family to attend college.

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LYNDON CENTER — Two more COVID-19 positive cases were reported at the Lyndon Center campus of Northern Vermont University (NVU) on Wednesday evening.

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LYNDON CENTER — Late Friday, the spokeswoman for Northern Vermont University announced two more COVID-19 positive cases, one linked to each campus in the towns of Lyndon and Johnson, but both cases involve students who have been learning remotely for most of the past two weeks.

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The presidents of Northern Vermont University and Castleton University were recently charged by the Vermont State Colleges Board of Trustees to present their first step recommendations on Policy 109: low-enrolled programs.