Monthly Archives: October 2010

Finding Answers through the Fragments

Bruce Badger’s Memorial Album Comes Home Bruce L. Badger By Sharon Lakey Jean Dutton, sister of Danville’s only soldier killed in action in Vietnam, Bruce L. Badger, made a decision. She would send the album she created detailing the events … Continue reading

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The Danville Name is Not What it seems

By Stephen McDougall DANVILLE – This year, the historic town of Danville celebrates its 150th anniversary, but few residents know the origin of the name for their town. Sure, a few know that it came from the town of Danville, … Continue reading

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The Campico Story

Hubert Simons working on the first camp. By Eleanor Bonney Simons On a beautiful October afternoon, about 1950, Hubert and I drove around back roads as we often did. As we went by the Ward Farm in the Tampico area, … Continue reading

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Circulating Books on the Back Roads of Vermont

Eleanor Bonney Simons remembers her bookwagon days as Regional Librarian Bonney Simons (in the kerchief) helps customers look for titles in the back of her bookwagon. By Sharon Lakey “The one-room school in Stannard was a dark building,” 91-year-old Eleanor … Continue reading

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The Morrill of the Story

Duane Whitehead (l) and George Morrill, after coming back from their jaunt in the Bennett cemetery, . Thanks to Janice Morrill, we found Samuel on the family tree. George was able to fill in some missing information. Plan your trip … Continue reading ?

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