LYNDON - Nature's Mysteries Books and Beyond celebrated its one-year anniversary with a Halloween-themed gathering last night. The store is one of the only locations in the Northeast Kingdom to offer tarot and astrology readings, and owner Michelle Wildflower hopes that events like the one from last night can draw a larger crowd to her establishment.
LYNDON - On their first of two stops in the Northeast Kingdom, Heliand Consort performed at Lyndon Institute Thursday evening.
Currently on their sixth season, Heliand Consort is traveling across Vermont for the Winds Take Flight Tour. Heliand Consort consists of an oboist, a clarinetist and a bassoonist. They perform a variety of new world, classical and French masterpieces.
LYNDON - Lyndon's town manager, Dan Hill, said today that the town of Lyndon is planning to begin repaving South Wheelock Road next summer. "It's not going to get cheaper if we wait," Hill said. "So we're going to take the existing funds that we have, sort out what section needs to be done - or what we can afford to do - and do it next summer."
LYNDON - In Lyndon, animal control officer Cindy Cady keeps local strays safe while attempting to find them a home.
She also runs the Lyndon Dog Pound, which provides a safe place for the animals and keeps them from roaming the streets.
LYNDON - Students at Lyndon Institute and St. Johnsbury Academy are getting an opportunity to work on a unique project with the Caledonia County Sheriff's Department. The Sherriff's Department purchased two golf carts to be used in simulated drunk and distracted driving courses; the automotive program at each school will have an opportunity to customize the golf carts however they see fit.
LYNDON - After being handed the issue of looking into medical marijuana dispensaries, the Lyndon Planning Commission has not reached a final decision on how Lyndon should handle these issues.
At their latest meeting, the commission discussed four possible options for marijuana dispensaries.
LYNDON - Senator Bernie Sanders has been here, there and everywhere talking to Vermonters about key issues he believes in. Sanders has made it a point that among his 40 visits so far, colleges and universities were among them.
He visited Lyndon State College for a rally to speak to students and faculty.
LYNDONVILLE - The first female preacher keeps going.
A resident of Lyndonville since the 1950's Janette Mc Knight has been a preacher all over the NorthEast Kingdom.
LYNDON - Lyndon Institute hosted undefeated Rice Memorial on Wednesday for their last home game of the season.
Both teams started strong in the first half, displaying solid stick handling and ball movement. The teams played a scoreless draw in the first half.
LYNDON - October is National Physical Therapy Month. Many people are under the impression that physical therapy are only for people who are recovering from an injury, but that's not necessarily true.
LYNDON - This week is the 13th Annual Banned Books Week. Sponsored by the American Library Association, Banned Books Week is organized to show the importance of the first amendment and raise awareness of censorship.
LYNDON - The Friends of the Cobleigh Public Library are getting ready for the start of their annual book sale on Friday October 5th.
With boxes upon boxes of books, the Friends of the library use the help of the Lyndonville Rotary Club to get everything set up and ready for the big weekend.
LYNDON - Every Wednesday afternoon, a small group of people gather to work on techniques as a part of "Dance Images by Heidi."
Heidi Broome started instructing dance classes in 1989, using her feet to "tap" to the beat of the music.
LYNDON - After three failed attempts at hosting the Lyndon Adventure race, Lyndon State Adventure Activites Coordinator Jamie Struck is looking forward.
Struck and his team of students have made new plans for next year, hoping to invite community members up the hill.
VERMONT - Gas prices are on the rise again all over there country. The national average price for gas is three dollars and eighty cents a gallon, while in Vermont the average is three dollars and ninety-five cents a gallon.
LYNDON - The Vermont Symphony Orchestra presented their 18th annual Made in Vermont Music Festival statewide tour this past week in eight villages and towns all across Vermont.
The VSO started off its annual tour on September 21st, and will be performing their last performance for the tour tonight at 7 p.m. at Castleton State College in the Castleton Fine Arts Center.
LYNDON - Candidates running for the state senate gathered with both voters as well and future voters Wednesday evening. The meet and greet, held at the Thaddeus Stevens School in Lyndon, is held every two years, and it's more than opportunity for candidates to discuss their stances on topics. The forum also allows students to interact with the candidates and develop an interest in politics.
LYNDON - The American Red Cross' workforce consists of 96% volunteers to carry out their humanitarian work for communities around the world. Whether they're a disaster preparedness presenter, general advocate for the American Red Cross, but the volunteers that often go unrecognized are the volunteers that work at local blood drives.
LYNDON - In an event hosted by the Cobleigh Library, some local students were able to meet an award winning author. Paul Fleischman visited the Lyndon Institute Town House Thursday evening to close out the first day of his three day book tour across the state. Fleischman's tour comes shortly after his new novella, "Bull Run," was chosen as the 2012 Vermont Reads Selection.
LYNDONVILLE - A six week workshop is being put on for seniors at the Lyndon Action Center.
According to Lallie Mambourg a big issue that seniors deal with are high blood pressure and with that, making sure not to digest too much salt.
LYNDON - A part of Lyndon has come back down after some much needed work.
The Lyndon Congregational Church has been in Lyndon for over 180 years, making it a part of Lyndon's past. Norm Messier was in charge of fixing the church after a leaky roof and holes in the floorboards started to show.
LYNDONVILLE - Lyndonville is looking to combine the town and village garages, in an effort to create a more effective situation for all areas.
The Village Board of Trustees and select board met collectively on September 10th to decide where the garage will be and who will build it.
LYNDON - The Lyndonville Police Department has seen an increase in citations in recent weeks.
As students at Lyndon State College return from break, the department has issued mand tickets and citations for various causes.
LYNDONVILLE - In 1972, a small group of college students at Lyndon State College purchased two vehicles that would later become the campus rescue emergency services.
LYNDON - The town of Lyndon and village of Lyndonville have a new town clerk/treasurer.