Courtney Lamdin

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:

Abbey Snow
Grade 11
Age 16

Abbey Snow

Lynne Manley, MHS service learning coordinator, says Abigail is a valuable member of the MHS Interact Club, a service club affiliated with the Colchester-Milton Rotary. She added that Abigail works hard to link service learning with her passion for health …  Read more

Nathaniel Sheehan
Grade 11
Age 16

Nathanial Sheehan

Lynne Manley, MHS service learning coordinator, says Nathaniel is a valuable member of the MHS Interact Club, a service club affiliated with the Colchester-Milton Rotary. “Nathaniel is a “tireless volunteer in our community,” Manley said. Q: How do you serve …  Read more

Workers from Milton's FairPoint garage at Catamount Industrial Park form a picket line in strike. (Photo by Harjit Dhaliwal)

FairPoint workers strike

A picket line officially formed outside the Milton FairPoint garage at Catamount Industrial Park on Friday morning, in conjunction with a nationwide strike that began at midnight. Nearly 2,000 FairPoint Communications employees in Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire went on …  Read more

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Houghton to resign post

Milton School Board Vice-Chairman Eric Houghton will resign his seat halfway through its term on Town Meeting Day, he announced at Monday’s meeting. Houghton, who was elected to a two-year spot this March, said his professional and family life come …  Read more

Milton Farm-to-School Educator Brooke Gannon serves up turmeric roasted and au gratin cauliflower during a taste test on Tuesday, Oct. 14.  (Photo by Courtney Lamdin)

New flavors tempt taste buds

You wouldn’t think a colorless vegetable would be popular in a school cafeteria, but Milton School District’s Food Service Program dressed up cauliflower in new ways on Tuesday. The district started monthly Taste Test Tuesdays, and the cruciferous vegetable was …  Read more

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