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Dale G. Walbridge, 63, Groton, Vt., died of a sudden aneurysm on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021. He was born in Hardwick, Vt., on July 17, 1958, to Gerald and Lenna (Carr) Walbridge. Dale grew up on the family farm in Cabot with his siblings.

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By some standards, Barnet resident Kathleen Monroe is still a relative newcomer to Vermont. The local historian and retired speech-language pathologist moved to the state just 47 years ago.

Wes Ward has the perfect last name to operate an auto-repair business, as ward means to guard and protect. Thousands of customers would attest to this description of the St. Johnsbury operation. For 40 years, Ward has been fixing vehicles in the Northeast Kingdom, but the work of Wes and his wife and co-owner, Paula, goes far beyond repairing cars and getting them back on the road.

Catamount Arts, the St. Johnsbury Chamber of Commerce, and the Town of St. Johnsbury present this summer’s second Hey St. J! #GetDownTown event, Saturday, July 10. This free, family-friendly performing arts series brings live monthly shows and activities to several accessible downtown St. Johnsbury venues including Railroad Street, the Welcome Center, and the Three Rivers Path Trailhead.