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For the birds

Photog finds solace in feathered friends In September 2015, Sharon Radtke was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease. She describes it as “grueling” and said the medication for treatment affected her muscles, requiring her to walk with a cane. “I …  Read more

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Lauren Wilson

Nominated by Mr. Jerome & Ms. Strousse Lauren is always going above and beyond with her work. She works really hard and takes pride in her work. Also, she is well mannered and friendly, and she loves to help her …  Read more

Nollie Ploof

Nominated by Karen Nichols Nollie was nominated for showing kindness toward all classmates, teachers and visitors! She is supportive of all the emotions of others and is dedicated to helping everyone feel happy and excited while at school.

Andrew Harvey

For the past five years, Andrew has volunteered at the Travis Roy Wiffle Ball Foundation, which is dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with spinal cord injuries with adaptive equipment. “This tournament does not happen without dedicated volunteers like …  Read more

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Sarah McDonald

Obituary: Sarah J. McDonald

Williston/Milton – Sarah Jean McDonald, 60, died peacefully on Nov. 25, 2017 at the Burlington Health and Rehab Center. Sarah was born in Burlington on Sept. 2, 1957, the daughter of Francis and Eleanor (Lane) McDonald. She graduated from Milton …  Read more

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