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Derby residents ask about fate of their road

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by Matthew Wilson   DERBY — A handful of Derby residents went to Monday’s select board meeting to state concerns about their road. At the meeting on June 24, there was talk about throwing up roads, during which Batchelder Drive was mentioned.  If done the town would be relieved of the responsibility of maintaining the road.  After reading about this in meeting minutes, resident Ben Batchelder beca... More »

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“Baby Bonds” getting Kingdom try-out

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by Kenzie Strange State Treasurer Mike Pieciak hopes to borrow an idea from in Georgia and Connecticut, that, if put into effect, could provide low income Vermont natives a chunk of cash when they start adult life.  The progr... More »

Wheeler Mountain ridgeline sold to state

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SUTTON — Another beloved piece of the Northeast Kingdom will be protected for public use.  In a press release, the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation (FPR) said it bought 118.6 acres along Wheeler Mountain Road here to expand Willoughby State Forest.  The new addition includes the iconic ridgeline, cliffs, and summit of Wheeler Mountain, and offers unique habitats, scenic views, ... More »

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Bernie Sanders returns to Kingdom roots

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by Joseph Gresser STANNARD — U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders paid a visit to one of the haunts of his youth Saturday with a visit to Stannard, one of the Northeast Kingdom’s smallest and least known towns.  Senator Sanders, who i... More »

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Louisiana — all the way south

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by Tena Starr I’m a fan of James Lee Burke, who writes gritty crime novels based in New Orleans and the bayou country of Louisiana.  Mr. Burke’s books are punctuated by alligator growls in the night, by the life of the bayous and the Atchafalaya, the biggest river swamp, about a million ac... More »