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:

Kira McDonald

Kira is constantly working to learn more in all content areas and is persistent and always willing to advocate for herself, teachers said. She strives for academic excellence and is also involved in sports outside of school. Q: What does …  Read more

Ty Haessig

Teachers said Ty works hard in class and always strives to do his best. He accepts new challenges with enthusiasm and engagement, frequently volunteers in extra-curriculars to enhance school culture and is involved with Boy Scouts. Q: What does being …  Read more

Information is power

Breast cancer survivor relied on research to cope Holly Lambert has always heeded doctors’ advice: She gets annual mammograms like clockwork and performs self-breast exams regularly. With her dense breast tissue, the 50-year-old lifelong Milton resident never got too worried …  Read more

Monster Mile expands to park

Sunshine befitting a summer’s day greeted participants at this year’s Monster Mile, the Milton Independent’s fifth annual Halloween fun run/walk/stroll for charity last Saturday in Bombardier Park. Nearly 200 walkers and runners of all ages descended upon the park in …  Read more

Wednesday, Oct. 4 – Tuesday, Oct. 11

WRITTEN WARNINGS 29 TICKETS 4 Possessing marijuana 3 Speeding 1 Driving with suspended license 1 Interstate highway regulations 1 Operating without license 1 Passenger restrictions ARRESTS 2 Petit larceny 1 Domestic assault 1 Possession/cultivation of marijuana 1 Violation of release …  Read more

Alexis Savoy

MTSD IT technician Robert Whitcomb said Alexis helped unbox, inventory and manage 300 ChromeBooks the week before school started – all within two days. “She would take charge of whatever task I assigned her, and, with a little instruction, was …  Read more

Cameron Goodrich

Facilities director Bruce Cheeseman said Cameron offered similarly invaluable assistance this summer. “His energy level and can-do attitude was really amazing,” Cheeseman said. “[Cam] jumped right into the work here and earned the respect of his fellow workers. Needless to …  Read more

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