Search / 134 results found

from
to

Search Archives

The Caledonian Record's Modern Archive contains staff-written and other selected articles from 1997 to the present.

Searching is free and unlimited and can be accessed through the search bar at the top of the page or through the advanced search tool directly above.

Digital and print subscribers have complete access to all the articles. Subscriptions can be purchased for as little as $1 for one-day access.

Our historic archive, at this point dating from 1837 to 1926, is available HERE

Searching is free and unlimited but there is a fee to access the complete articles, which are made available through a third party vendor. You may purchase individual articles for $2.95 or select a package for multiple articles.

If you have any technical difficulties with the Historic Archive, either with your username and password or with the payment options, contact NewsBank by e-mail at caledonianrecord@newsbank.com.

  • Updated

How well do you know the Democratic candidates for president? They are an eclectic bunch, with personal stories that differ more than their policies. For instance, here's a factoid about former Rep. Joe Sestak, who recently entered the race: He wal...

LYNDONVILLE — The Lyndon Planning Commission announces the Envision Lyndon 2020 Photo Contest. The Planning Commission is seeking photographs and original artwork that capture Lyndon’s unique character and community spirit for use in the 2020 Town Plan. Photographs/artwork are being sought to illustrate the following categories:

LYNDON CENTER — There are a variety of school choice options available for many of the 122,000 children living in Vermont. Families in Vermont can choose from traditional public schools, public magnet schools, private schools, online academies and homeschooling.

St. Johnsbury Academy sophomore Scarlett Wu won the annual Vermont Archaeology Month High School Paper Contest recently held by the Vermont Archaeological Society, taking home a price of $500. This is the second year in a row that an SJA student has won the award. The prompt for the this year’s contest was, “What is your favorite archaeological site and how has it affected modern culture?” Scarlett’s paper was on her favorite archaeological site, the Terracotta Army of Xi’an China.