About Courtney Lamdin

Courtney A. Lamdin, editor and reporter, started with the Milton Independent in September 2009 after graduating at the top of her St. Michael's College journalism class. She inherited the editorship when founder Lynn Delaney retired in December 2010. Courtney hails from Barre Town and now lives in Winooski with her cat, Miss Parker.

Latest From Courtney Lamdin:

Hannah Millette
Grade 12
Age 17

Hannah Millette

Q: How do you serve the community? A: I serve the community by volunteering at the Humane Society of Chittenden County for two hours every Friday. I chose this as a service learning project because I love dogs and find …  Read more

Nathaniel Sheehan
Grade 12
Age 18

Nathaniel Sheehan

Q:  How do you serve the community? A: I’m a cadet on Milton Rescue, and I’m a Boy Scout. Q: Why are these important projects, and what will result from your efforts? A: For rescue, it’s important because I really …  Read more

tm-4

Milton seeks CFO

After months of sorting out accounting confusion, the town of Milton is advertising for a highly qualified finance director to oversee the department. The position has been vacant since November, when Joanne Davis left the post; town treasurer John Gifford …  Read more

Default-News-Paper

Hazing probe ‘concluded’

Milton’s School Board announced it is done investigating whether officials violated hazing and bullying prevention policies.  Nine months later, members offered no real stance on a private investigator’s damning report. The school district paid $10,000 to hire retired Vermont state …  Read more

Page 1 of 11212345...102030...Last