Recent Features

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On a Saturday morning in May, dozens of vendors were setting up their first open-air market of the season as an eager crowd pulled into parking spaces, children scurried in and out of booths, and smiles all around confirmed the sense of a festival unfolding. The Caledonia Farmers’ Market wil… Read more

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The highest place in St. Johnsbury has views across three sets of mountains. Once a highlight of the town’s recreation, then stripped by storms, Observatory Knob became one of those places you had to live nearby to know about. Read more

Melanie Finn lives with her family in the Lyndonville area, and the gifted writer has been praised for the novels, “The Gloaming,” “The Underneath,” and her new astonishing and thought-provoking novel, “The Hare.” Read more

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Henry O’Malley, a member of the St. Johnsbury Academy Class of 1895, grew up in the right place at the right time. The same year he graduated from high school, Vermont’s first federal fish hatchery opened alongside the Sleepers River on the west side of St. Johnsbury. Read more

Past Features

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As a child, Betty Beattie listened raptly to her favorite song on the radio,“Far Away Places… Read more

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We arrived in the Northeast Kingdom 56 years ago, but just barely. Refugees from Middle Atla… Read more

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You wouldn’t know it by looking at them, but life hasn’t been easy for any of the eight teen… Read more