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Pumping gas is a routine we do in our everyday lives.  Tanner Hoskins was enjoying his day off from work Thursday and stopped at Speedway to fill up his truck and lawnmowers.

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The prospect of big trash haulers going through downtown Bethlehem to a proposed Casella Waste Systems in Dalton has some residents voicing concerns about safety and nuisance, and Bethlehem selectmen scheduling a public input session to compile residents’ comments and submit them to state agencies.

Editor’s note: Caledonian Record columnist Jay Craven is pleased to present some writing by intrepid Northeast Kingdom homesteader and singer/songwriter Ariel Zevon. Today’s submission continues the story of Ariel’s epic journey with Wanda and Winston, her outside-the-box emus.

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Lyndonville Police are yet again looking for the driver of a box truck that struck and damaged the historic Miller’s Run covered bridge in Lyndon Center on Thursday.