Today's issue of the Addison County Independent is now available online, at a newsstand near you, or by print or online subscription. Be sure to pick up today's paper for:
- Sights and sounds of last week's 62nd annual Addison County Fair and Field Days, including photographic and verbal snapshots from the fair and coverage from Wednesday and Thursday's demolition derby.
- A look at the debate between the five Democratic candidates for governor at Field Days in New Haven. Also, check our website for more coverage of the 2010 race for governor, including news and candidate profiles.
- A story on the area all-women's chorus Maiden Vermont, who will sing the national anthem for the some 37,000 fans at this Saturday's Red Sox game in Boston.
- Information about upcoming arts events, including performances by Anais Mitchell, Abigail Nessen Bengsen, Moira Smiley and They Might Be Gypsies, plus a $2 showing of Harold and Maude, in this week's Arts Beat.
For our subscribers
For complete access to the newspaper, sign up for an online subscription or pick up the print copy of the newspaper. In additional news this week, available to our subscribers, we look at last week's Fresh Air Fund picnic in Ferrisburgh and an appeal of the Act 250 ruling on a proposed Bistol gravel pit. Our guest editorial takes a look at "What it will take to win the war in Afghanistan."
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