Lincoln news for Jun. 30

Congratulations to the newly elected Lincoln School Board members, Paul Forlenza, Abby Reynolds, and Jennifer Oldham.

Lincoln elects first school board members

The three Lincoln residents chosen to sit on the town’s school board were Paul Forlenza, who got 117 votes; Jennifer Oldham (116 votes); and Abby Reynolds (115 votes).

Lincoln news for Jun. 23

The Lincoln Volunteer Fire Company’s Annual Father’s Day Chicken BBQ was back in action this year and it didn’t disappoint.

Lincoln school board candidates talk issues

Lincoln residents will head to the polls Tuesday, June 21, to vote in the town’s first school board election since separating from the Mount Abraham Unified School District.

Lincoln news for Jun. 16

Congratulations to all the 2022 graduates! Best wishes to you and good luck with wherever this next chapter in your life takes you.

Lincoln news for Jun. 9

The library’s summer reading program officially kicks off on Saturday, June 18, at 10:30 a.m. This is a great time to pick up all your summer reading supplies.

The Will Patton Ensemble performs in Lincoln

The Ripton Community Coffee House at Burnham Hall in Lincoln presents The Will Patton Ensemble on Saturday, June 4, at 7:30 p.m., featuring Will Patton on mandolin, David Gusakov on fiddle, Dono Schabner on guitar, and Clyde Stats on bass.

Lincoln school district approved — but State Ed Board remains doubtful

The town of Lincoln has won tepid, begrudging approval from the Vermont State Board of Education to separate from the Mount Abraham Unified School District and form an independent Lincoln School District.

Lincoln news for May 26

Tchotchkes needed! The Lincoln Community School library is holding its end-of-school-year celebration on Tuesday, May 31, for students in third through sixth grades who have read 15 to 24 Golden Dome books.

Letter to the editor: Let MAUSD & ANWSD explore collaborations first

Starksboro voters recently dealt a lethal, if not fatal, blow to the aspirations of a regional merger study committee to impose a full governance merger of the Mt. Abe and Addison Northwest school districts. In a stunning vote tally of 221 to 0, Starksbor … (read more)

State OK’s Lincoln’s withdrawal from MAUSD

The Vermont State Board of Education on Wednesday approved Lincoln’s plan to withdraw from the Mount Abraham Unified School District.

Lincoln News for May 19

LINCOLN — The town-wide yard sale to benefit Weathervane United Inc., will be held on Saturday, May 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. rain or shine. There will be sales at homes all over town, at the historical society, the library and the Weathervane walkway. The … (read more)

Lincoln news for May 12

The Lincoln Library is publishing a booklet called Exploring Lincoln. This booklet was accomplished with the help of many community members, and was inspired by the Hill County Hunt booklet of 30 years ago.

Lincoln arborist leads women into trees

Bear LeVangie has made it her life’s work to study trees and be a proud steward of their health and longevity in her own Lincoln community and beyond.

Lincoln news for May 5

The Lincoln Cooperative Preschool will hold its second annual online auction Friday, May 13, through Friday, May 27.

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The Addison Independent will be closed on Monday, July 4th. The newspaper will be published on Thursday, as usual.