William ?Bill? Luczynski
Kennewick, Wash. ? William ?Bill? Luczynski, 87, of Kennewick, formerly of Bennington, Fairlee, Norwich, Vt. and Naples, Fla., passed away on Friday, Nov. 21, 2014, in Kennewick. He was born Dec. 18, 1926, in Stamford, Vt., the son of Antoni Luczynski Sr. and Mary (Sheppeta) Luczynski.
Slippery roads lead to drug charges
Vermont state police say slippery roads led to a drug bust in Fairlee.
Engagement: Bacon ? Hatch
West Fairlee ? Jillian Edith Bacon, of West Fairlee, and Ryan Michael Hatch, of Bradford, Vt., have announced their engagement.
Shannon Bergholm grimaces as she pushes a giant log with the help of her husband, David, at their home in Fairlee, Vt., on December 5, 2014. David had felled the tree in their front log a few months ago, as he said falling branches kept interfering with their power, and after trying to give away the wood, they've decided to make a fence with the logs.
Haven Honors Former Director
Sarah Kobylenski, the executive director of the Upper Valley Haven, left, speaks about Mary Feeney, right, at a reception honoring her for her years of service at the Haven at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in White River Junction, Vt., on Dec. 7, 2014. Mary and her husband, Paul, have been with the Haven since 1982 when they became the host couple for the shelter.
Frank Andrew Dailey
Ashland, N.H. ? Frank Andrew Dailey, 69, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014, at the Catholic Memorial Hospital in Manchester, N.H. The youngest of four children of Arthur Dailey and Luna (Dunham) Dailey, he was born Oct. 31, 1945, in North Calais, Vt. His family later moved to Thetford and Fairlee, then to Holderness, N.H. He graduated from Ashland High School and resided in Ashland for most ...
A Mountain of Land in Thetford: 208-Acre Conservation Area Donated to UVLT
"I call these the guard maples," said Deecie Dennison while walking a trail on 208 acres of land on the side of Ely Mountain in Thetford, Vt. she donated to the Upper Valley Land Trust Tuesday, December 2, 2014. i never would've imagined when I was a kid that I would've owned this," she said.
Upper Valley Lawmaker On the Rise
Rep. Sarah Copeland Hanzas, D-Bradford, speaks to reporters in October 2014 at the Vermont Statehouse. (Seven Days - Paul Heintz)
Demand Up at Food Pantries
?The Shelves Empty Out as Fast as Donations Come In.?
Forum, Nov. 26: The Comeback Republicans; Poor Investment in Windsor; The Right Smoke Alarm
We Republicans can only laugh at the crescendo of sour grapes unloaded on the public in your editorial Nov. 16 about the national election. Guys! We won, you lost big time. Better that you set forth some of our ideas about fiscal responsibility in all phases of government.