You can find today's issue of the Addison County Independent online, at a newsstand near you, or by print or online subscription. Be sure to pick up today's paper for:
- Coverage of the planned Eastview retirement community in Middlebury, which on Tuesday received $1 million in federal aid. The aid is expected to allow for an October groundbreaking at the South Street site.
- A look at teacher contract negotiations in the Addison Central and Addison Northwest supervisory unions. Though ANwSU and its teachers will likely have a contract later this month, negotiations in the ACSU district remain stalled.
- A visit with Rahela Mohammad Akbar, one of two Afghan students attending the Gailer School in Middlebury this school year.
For our subscribers
For complete access to the newspaper, sign up for an online subscription or pick up the print copy of the newspaper. Additional news this week, available to our subscribers, includes coverage of the Lincoln Community School, which is seeking a bond for a proposed expansion and renovation project, a look at Bristol native Nate Gusakov's sustainable pig farm in Lincoln, and a story about "Forty-Six Years of Pretty Straight Going," in which Weybridge photojournalist and writer George Bellerose details the lives of his neighbors, the Wyman brothers, and their dairy farm in the year leading up to their retirement.
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