October 2020

Post-election rallies planned in Addison County to ensure votes are counted

Mae Peterson of Bristol (left), Jeanne Albert of Lincoln and Howard Jennings of Bristol are part of the Addison County Votes coalition that is planning a rally in Bristol Wednesday to ensure election integrity. A rally is also scheduled in Middlebury with promises for more gatherings in ensuing days if warranted.

Two local groups have formed to help keep the public’s eye on potential post-election fraud and plan to hold rallies following Tuesday’s Election Day.

Game on! Lengthy 2020 election season to climax on Tuesday

JUST AS THE harvest season is wrapping up, a crop of lawn signs endorsing political candidates has popped up around Addison County, including a batch in Middlebury supporting Democrats. Independent photo/John S. McCright

ADDISON COUNTY — All eyes on Nov. 3 will be squarely fixed on the tumultuous race for U.S. president featuring Democrat Joe Biden versus incumbent Republican Donald Trump.

Meet Bristol's new librarian

COCO MOSELEY WASN’T looking for a new job when Bristol’s Lawrence Memorial Library advertised for a new director this past winter, but after she let it percolate for a while she realized that, as someone who’s always worked at the community level, she feels at home in the library. Moseley took over from longtime director Nancy Wilson on July 1. Photo by Sue Folino

BRISTOL — Coco Moseley became director of Lawrence Memorial Library in the middle of a pandemic, with a two-year-old daughter at home, knowing that her predecessor of 30 years, Nancy Wilson, would


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