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Notes from the Desk: Best Summer Ever, Right in My ‘Backyard’

By JAMES FINN

February 14, 2019

I see the main force keeping students from spending summer here as a failure on our (students’) part to realize what this county has to offer.

Wygmans Re-elected State’s Attorney After Two-Day Recount

Volunteers recounting ballots for the state’s attorney race.

By CAROLINE KAPP

November 29, 2018

A team of volunteers comes together to recount the ballots for Addison County's State Attorney.

In Annual ‘Sleep-Out,’ Locals Experience Frigid Reality of Homelessness

Residents stand in solidarity with those experiencing homelessness at the candlelight vigil in 2015.

By BENJAMIN GLASS

November 29, 2018

Annual 'Sleep-Out' will occur this Saturday, Dec. 1 to raise support for those experiencing homelessness, especially winter homelessness and its cruel conditions.

Meet the Farmers: Two Addison County Cattle Farmers Share Their Philosophy

The Cesarios’ livestock graze at Meeting Place Pastures in Brandon.

By NORA PEACHIN

November 15, 2018

Expanding upon mainstream environmentalism, two farmers explain the relationship between animal, land and man.

Incumbent Wygmans Clings to 10-Vote Lead in State’s Attorney Race

Incumbent Dennis Wygmans (right) holds a slim lead over Peter Bevere.

By CAROLINE KAPP

November 8, 2018

Tuesday’s midterm election proved that every vote does indeed count, with the Addison County state’s attorney race being decided by a mere 10 votes.

Dead Creek Wildlife Day: Celebrating Vermont’s Environment

A moment of quiet in the day - a couple takes a picnic break in their car.

By COURTNEY CRAWFORD

October 11, 2018

Dead Creek Wildlife Day: A day of environmental stewardship for all ages and interests.

Three Accused in Local Meth Bust

Steve Arnold (left), Michael Wood (center) and Meegen Smith (right) face meth charges. (Courtesy/Addison County Independent)

By Isaac Baker

December 5, 2012

On Wednesday, Nov. 21 two residents of Hancock, Vt., Steven Arnold and Michael Wood, appeared in court to respond to the allegations of manufacturing and distributing methamphetamines out of their home on Route 125. This is the first major meth case to be prosecuted in Addison County. Meegen Smith,...

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