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Willard's Woods is open for recreation


LINCOLN COMMUNITY SCHOOL children, who will benefit from the outdoor learning place available in Willard’s Woods, are mostly attentive during an Oct. 6 dedication of the land near their school. Photo by Jonathan Blake

LINCOLN — The close of a beautiful fall day last week saw the formal opening of a wonderful woods bathed in seasonal foliage and a stunning view of Mount Abraham.

City vendors happy with this year's market


GOOD COMPANION BAKERY representatives, left to right, baker Sean Lovell, Julien Andrus and Erica Andrus, help a first customer at the Vergennes Farmers Market on Oct. 7. Erica Andrus said the fact vendors have faithfully showed up every week has helped bring back customers. Independent photo/Andy Kirkaldy

VERGENNES — Vendors at the Vergennes Farmers Market were smiling on Oct. 7, and not just because of the sunshine and 70-degree temperature.

Holiday Bazaar to be held Nov. 6


VOLUNTEERS STAFF THE crafts tables in Unity Hall at a Holiday Bazaar at the Congregational Church of Middlebury. This year's Bazaar takes place on Saturday Nov. 6 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Photo/Nancy Merolle

MIDDLEBURY — The Congregational Church of Middlebury is holding its annual Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 6, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Mt. Abe grad wins prize for her first book


THIS PHOTO OF Cassie Fancher’s great-grandmother Elsie and her sheep Mabel, circa 1903, graces the cover of Fancher’s debut story collection, “Street of Widows,” which won the Howard Frank Mosher First Book Prize and will be published by Green Writers Press next month. Elsie and Mabel also appear as characters in the book, though not in the same story. Photo courtesy of Cassie Fancher

NEW HAVEN — One of the most impressive things about Cassie Fancher’s debut story collection, “Street of Widows,” aside from the fact that much of the material was written when she was a teenager, i

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