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Brownington residents line up to vote on whether to keep the three-member select board or go to a five-member select board. The vote was 39-37 against reconsidering the Town Meeting decision. Photo by Elizabeth Trail

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Kate Daloz offers a scholarly and intimate look into the back-to-the-land movement and how it shaped the area.

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Chloe Watts, a junior at North Country Union High School, got to meet President and Mrs. Obama on her Make-A-Wish trip to Washington, D.C. In the foreground are Chloe’s parents, Dana Watts and Ron Horton of Jay. Photo courtesy of Ron Horton

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Converting an old family recipe to modern cooking rules can be tricky. Here is an old family favorite, Sarah’s Gold Cake, made with unsalted butter in place of old-timey Crisco. Photo by Elizabeth Trail

Brownington residents line up to vote on whether to keep the three-member select board or go to a five-member select board.  The vote was 39-37 against reconsidering the Town Meeting decision. Photo by Elizabeth TrailKate Daloz offers a scholarly and intimate look into the back-to-the-land movement and how it shaped the area.Chloe Watts, a junior at North Country Union High School, got to meet President and Mrs. Obama on her Make-A-Wish trip to Washington, D.C.  In the foreground are Chloe’s parents, Dana Watts and Ron Horton of Jay.  Photo courtesy of Ron HortonConverting an old family recipe to modern cooking rules can be tricky.  Here is an old family favorite, Sarah’s Gold Cake, made with unsalted butter in place of old-timey Crisco.  Photo by Elizabeth Trail

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