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Kids take COVID precautions and have fun


SILAS AUDY, LEFT, and Simon Kruse practice their footwork during a long-awaited Addison United Soccer Club practice this past Thursday in Monkton. The soccer club is offering the program for free this season so that participants won’t feel compelled to attend if they feel sick. Independent photo/Alexa Lapiner

ADDISON COUNTY — Addison County youth are seeing a different look at their camps and sports this summer.

Dupoise reflects on 100 years of memories


FRANCIS DUPOISE OF New Haven will celebrate his 100th birthday this coming Monday, July 13. Dupoise worked for 38 years at the former Polymers Inc. plant in Middlebury. He’s been an avid carpenter, square dancer and is a big fan of cars. Independent photo/Alexa Lapiner

NEW HAVEN — To speak with Francis Dupoise for any length of time is to get a history lesson — not only about Addison County, but about how to live a long, productive life.

MAUSD invests big bucks in high school renovations


CONSTRUCTION WORKERS SPENT a good part of May and June demolishing the downstairs varsity locker rooms at Mount Abraham Union High School, in preparation for a complete renovation. Upstairs, similar work was happening in the junior varsity locker rooms. Independent photo/Christopher Ross

BRISTOL — With school buildings emptied out this spring because of the pandemic, Mount Abraham Unified School District officials have taken the opportunity to jump-start some long-planned renovatio

An inclusive camp goes online this summer


FOURTEEN-YEAR-OLD Hannah Gallivan of Bristol is thrilled to see her friends at Zeno Mountain Camp, even if she had to do it through a computer screen. Photo courtesy of Krista Siringo

LINCOLN — This past March, as the coronavirus pandemic shut down schools, businesses and institutions, Zeno Mountain Farm, a Lincoln nonprofit organization that promotes “radical inclusivity” for p

Bristol librarian retires after 30 years


AFTER 30 YEARS as director of Lawrence Memorial Library in Bristol, Nancy Wilson retired on June 30. She is most proud, she said, of the renovations and expansions that took place on her watch. In her retirement, she plans to ... catch up on some reading. Independent photo/Christopher Ross

BRISTOL — About 33 minutes into the Independent’s delightful conversation with Nancy Wilson at the Lawrence Memorial Library last month, she was called away.

MCTV to offer 'virtual' Festival on-the-Green


FOR FOUR DECADES music lovers have gathered on the Middlebury town green during the summer to listen to and watch live performances. Such performances are out this summer, but MCTV will broadcast tape of 42 past Festival on the Green performances next week. Independent file photo/John S. McCright

MIDDLEBURY — Coronavirus may have killed the live performances at the Festival on the Green, which for four decades has hosted a week of entertainment on the Middlebury town green during mid-summer

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