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The small Vermont town with a big Olympic tally


Her resulting book, “Norwich: One Tiny Vermont Town’s Secret to Happiness and Excellence ... of a town might be suited to some insipid primetime family show or a real estate sales advertisement, but it’s very two-dimensional,” one commenter ...


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In response, Crouse notes her book’s last chapter outlines Norwich’s challenges with managing growth and threats of gentrification.“If the worse criticism is I presented an uplifting narrative in these divisive, discordant time,” she says, “I can live with that.”Reporting this month from South Korea, Crouse adds the town isn’t represented on the 2018 U.SOlympic team.“I think that speaks to the crossroads in which Norwich finds itself,” she says“Does it reinvent itself for a different future or does it preserve the past? Is this year an anomaly or is the Olympic pipeline drying up because of forces outside the town’s control?”

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