Resorts in our area are working to
draw in visitors, despite the high cost of skiing and riding. We’ll
look at what people expect when they pay a high price for that lift
ticket. Also, a Bennington County event brings together cross-country
skiers to raise money for low-income heating assistance.
Here are the top stories at 12:10pm
Some well-timed snow has gotten Vermont’s ski and snowboard season off to a start just in time for the holidays; drivers will see one of Vermont’s Thanksgiving traditions on the state’s highways tonight and through the weekend; more…
The deadline for filing taxes
looms large on the calendar. On the next Vermont Edition, we get advice from the pros. Also on the program, a court
decision reaffirms the rules about who’s responsible for libelous information
posted to blogs and other web sites. And
a few teens get the thrill of meeting their snowboarding heroes
at the U.S. Open at Stratton.
be the center of the snowboarding universe for the next 10 days; Progressive
Anthony Pollina has formally joined the race for governor and is urging supporters
to united behind him; the Chittenden regional solid waste district hopes to
take over the troubled Intervale composting operation.