It takes a village to raise a child, build a community, and change the world. During my childhood, I preferred to walk the two and a half miles home, all uphill in the blinding snow, over riding the public school bus. The bus ride could take longer than the walk, sometimes even more so if the driver made a detour to her home where the bus would wait idling in the driveway while she went inside to deal with her family, and the interior of the school bus made me terribly nauseous with the sticky high back seats, dusty floors, greasy windows, and the constant jostling. And to cap off my decision, the bus made everyone smell like diesel with a dose of headache.
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This past Thanksgiving, Cole Hunter had a bit more than usual to be thankful for. It was at that time when his longtime mentor, Jim Libbey, approached him about taking over the general manager reins of his successful Libbey’s Meat Market on Route 114 in Lyndon.
Lincoln, NH — The Village Shops and Town Green along Main Street in Lincoln, NH will burst into color and flavor for the 23rd Annual Lincoln Fall Craft Festival on Saturday October 12, Sunday October 13 and Monday October 14 (Columbus Day), 2019.
LITTLETON — Alburritos Mexican Restaurant, a Littleton dining destination for a decade and a half, is celebrating a new move into the former Bailiwick’s space in the Parker Marketplace building in downtown on Main Street.
This summer my wife and I travelled to Cincinnati, Ohio, to collect my second leg lamp for humor writing from the National Society of Newspaper Columnists at the annual conference. The conference itself was outstanding, and it was a privilege to meet P...Continue reading
Thirty teams, 12 judges, and one ticking clock. Despite these factors, three students from L.E.A.R.N. Inc. (Lyndon Educational Alternative Resources Network, Inc. in Lyndonville) came out on top at the Jr Iron Chef Competition in Essex, Vt. on March 17.