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Stowe Mountain Rescue hits the classroom for training on a lost skier as part of our monthly training exercises. ...
Safety was the primary question at a forum on marijuana last Thursday night in Stowe. The herb will be legal in limited quantities for adults 21 years old or older in July, and Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman hosted the forum...
Vermont’s landscape is intimate. It is not a place of vast forests and formidable mountains. Even in our most remote wilderness areas, it’s hard to get lost. How many of us actually regularly carry the things in a day pack...
Ryan Cashin says he always seems to be on duty when the Stowe Police Department has to deal with animal problems. Sometimes, that means he’ll be driving up Stowe Hollow Road and sees a herd of cows in the road....
“Most people don’t put a lot of thought into how the Stowe Fire Department or Stowe EMS do their jobs.” Being there when the community needs them most is something Stowe Fire Chief Mark Sgantas and EMS Chief Scott Brinkman...
Thanks in part to Stowe Emergency Medical Services, the pain of a broken bone or a sprained ankle can now be managed more effectively by several emergency agencies throughout the state. Stowe was the first emergency services department in the state...
Stowe, Vt. – When you dial 9-1-1 you expect someone to show up quickly and help right? Well unless EMS groups can bring in more volunteers, and maintain a steady crew, that may not be so easy. But one Vermont...