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She called herself, “A Victorian Rolling Stone.” One person at a time, this Vermont woman helped families learn how to live in America. Yet hardly anyone knows the name of Lyndonville’s Dorothy C. Walter, or how she turned her rural childhood into a city influence, especially for the young n… Read more

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During the mid-1800s, big plans were bubbling up in Wheelock. A Boston entrepreneur named Royal Winter had visited the town and gotten a whiff of the sulfur water that percolated out of the ground there. He bought an old brick hotel, renovated it, piped the water in – and planned to create a… Read more

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Beth Kanell's ardor and mastery of her craft have been apparent in her rich novels, set in her home state, of Vermont, for quite some time. She still walks the winding trails of Caledonia County. Its history, green hills, forests, and rivers, have long fascinated the writer, and from its ric… Read more

Past Features

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It was 1890 in a farmhouse on East Hill in Peacham when Mark Wheeler, a 51-year-old farmer s… Read more