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MARLBORO — The Hogback Mountain Conservation Association will meet at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 11, to examine conservation efforts started nearly 10 years ago. Hikers will attempt to find signs of use by wildlife, count how many bird nests there are in the ESH patches, and photograph animal…

Students from Arlington Memorial High School gathered Wednesday to celebrate International Cultures Night, which featured food, crafts, music, dance, martial arts and more from around the world. Proceeds from the event benefitted the school's Foreign Language Department.

NORTH BENNINGTON — Lake Paran will be holding the 5th Annual Catch and Release Ice Fishing Derby with cash prizes of up to $200. Run by Bennington native and Paran Recreations’ Board Member Caleb Coulter, the event will take place on Saturday, Feb. 11.

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DANBY -- Five weeks after a tree crushed her son’s car, pinning him inside and injuring him, Andrea Myklebust of Danby reports that “the doctors are happy with the healing in his residual limb, and they're talking about discharging him next week, perhaps as soon as Monday.”  

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PERU — The Bulldogs alpine team returned to its home mountain at Bromley Thursday to compete in the Louis Dean Memorial race. The Burr and Burton girls won the giant slalom race, its fourth victory of the season, while the BBA boys took second place.

MANCHESTER — Burr and Burton boys hockey hosted its annual “pink the rink” game Wednesday night, a fundraising night aimed to help a local family in their fight against breast cancer. It was the second of a double header, with the BBA girls grabbing a win before the boys got underway.

Dalton, Mass. — Mount Anthony boys basketball lost to Wahconah 90-58 Wednesday night. The Warriors were led by a 33 point performance from Pat McLaughlin, followed by a 25 point night from Brady Calvert. Wahconah made 10 3-pointers and 37 total baskets to run away from the Patriots.

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