Vermont Lottery News
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Vermont Lottery network down for around 40 retailers during the weekend
The network was restored Monday afternoon, but dozens of retailers and untold numbers of lottery players were shut out during the weekend, the result of a lapse in coverage by Consolidated Communications.
Are you a winner? Vermont's moose hunting permits drawn
Nearly one hundred moose hunting permits have been issued through a state-managed lottery drawing in Vermont this week.
Vermont moose lottery winners announced
Nearly 100 hunters will have the chance to bag a moose later this fall. & Wildlife Wednesday announced the winners of the 2021 moose lottery. The department this year expanded the number of permits by nearly 50% over last fall to include 15 archery permits and 75 regular season permits limited to two areas in the northeastern corner of the state.
These Vermont lotteries were drawn Tuesday: Gimme 5
Some Vermont hunting permits awarded through lottery system. What to know about applying.
Applications for one of the few Vermont hunting licenses chosen by a lottery are due in early August, Vermont's Department of Fish and Wildlife has announced. People interested in hunting ...
Robert S. Babcock, Jr., reporter, sculptor and father
Several years later, he returned to state government for a term as director of the Vermont Lottery before joining a lottery manufacturing company in sales and marketing. Located first in the ...
Moose are suffering and dying. Vermont’s strategy? More hunting
The increased hunt comes as the state’s moose population has seen a steep decline over the last decade. Ike Bendavid spoke with Seven Days’ Anne Wallace Allen, who wrote about the moose conservation dilemma in this week’s issue.
Robert S. Babcock Jr.
Several years later, he returned to state government for a term as director of the Vermont Lottery before joining a lottery manufacturing company in sales and marketing. Located first in the Washington, D.C., area, he eventually became European sales ...
Man sentenced in lottery scam that took $970K from elderly Estes Park woman
A man convicted in a lottery scam that took nearly $1 million from an elderly Estes Park woman will spend nine years in federal prison and have to pay more than $880,000 in restitution.
Vermont moose hunting permit winners are drawn
The winners of Vermont’s 2021 moose hunting permits were determined Wednesday, August 4, at a lottery drawing in Montpelier witnessed by Fish and Wildlife’s Director of Wildlife Mark