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Tigers Blitz Bratt 55-14...Stay Undefeated
By Mike Cameron
    Before a huge Homecoming crowd at Doc Collins field and on a night that saw new members of the MUHS Sports Hall of Fame inducted and a salute to the Tiger Gridders of 1960, the Tiger Varsity football team was in rare form.
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Local Educator Wins Honor Of 2011 Vermont Teacher Of The Year
By Cookie Steponaitis
There was not an open seat in the house. In fact, it was standing room only on September 21st when the Vermont Board of Education and over 600 members of the VUHS school community honored VUHS teacher Jennifer Lawson. Selected from a strong field of talented and effective teachers from across the state, Jennifer was bestowed with the title of 2011 Vermont Teacher of the Year that was presented by the outgoing Teacher of the Year Craig Divis and a calendar to keep track of the events yet to come. 
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Peace One Day Celebration Is Held For Sixth Consecutive Year At VUHS
By Cookie Steponaitis
     Six years ago VUHS senior Andy Recupero had an idea. He was intrigued by the growing movement focusing on the idea of an international day of peace with the purpose of encouraging dialogue and activities to spread the philosophy of peace across the globe. Encouraged by the work of filmmaker Jeremy Gilley who designated September 21st as a day of peace and who went on to achieve his goal of having the 192 members of the United Nations unanimously support and endorse his program, Recupero approached his senior advisors with the concept of bringing this practice to the whole school and the VUHS Peace One Day tradition was born. On September 21st it was indeed fitting that among the over six hundred gathered there sat a community member who had begun the tradition while at VUHS as a student, watching his idea take on continued life and support in each new class of seniors present.
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