Lincoln news for March 10

Senior lunches are available every third Thursday of the month at Burnham Hall. Read all the news from Lincoln.

Editorial: Votes demonstrate the populist appeal of self-determination

From an editor’s perspective, the school board elections in Addison Central School District and the decision by the four-member towns of the Mount Abraham Unified School District to approve Lincoln’s exit from the district were the most noteworthy of this … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Togetherness is the best policy

I would like to share my thoughts regarding Lincoln’s petition to withdraw from MAUSD.

MAUSD towns ratify Lincoln’s withdrawal vote

Members of Save Community Schools are celebrating after an overwhelming affirmation Tuesday of their proposal to withdraw Lincoln from the Mount Abraham Unified School District.

MAUSD towns to vote on Lincoln exit plan

After a six-month wait, the Lincoln voters who overwhelmingly approved a proposal to withdraw from the Mount Abraham Unified School District are approaching the next hurdle in the process: ratification by the other four MAUSD towns.

Lincoln news for Feb. 24

An open art studio will be happening at the Lincoln Library. This opportunity is funded by a grant from the Five Town Friends of the Arts in collaboration with Betsy Graziadei.

Ripton Community Coffee House on the Road goes live

The Ripton Community Coffee House on the Road is happy to re-open to live performances with a concert by Yann Falquet and Keith Murphy on Saturday, March 5, at 7:30 p.m., at Burnham Hall in Lincoln.

From the candidates: Schmidt challenges Sipsey for Lincoln selectboard

In Town Meeting Day voting in Lincoln, incumbent selectboard member Bay Jackson is running unopposed for another two-year term, while incumbent Will Sipsey, who’s finishing a three-year term, will face a challenge from Alan Schmidt in the only contested s … (read more)

Lincoln news for Feb. 17

Volunteers are needed for the culture study at Lincoln Community School. This year students at LCS will be visiting the Harlem Renaissance and they would love some volunteers.

Letter to the editor: Lincoln official addresses ‘misinformation’ circulating in MAUSD

As Lincoln withdraws from Mount Abraham Unified School District (MAUSD), there is misinformation that is circulating in the community.

School advocates reject proposed Act 46 rewrite

A trio of local community school advocates testifying before the House Education Committee last week expressed grave concerns about some of the Act 46 updates recently proposed by the Vermont State Board of Education.

Bristol and Lincoln see bylaw updates

Bristol and Lincoln, along with Shoreham, were the three Addison County towns that were among the 41 Vermont municipalities benefiting from Bylaw Modernization Grants recently awarded by the Department of Housing and Community Development to align regulat … (read more)

Lincoln news for Feb. 10

This year’s Hill Country Holiday Variety Show was so much fun! Thank you to Lincoln Sports for organizing such a fun weekend!

Lincoln news for Feb. 3

Valentine’s Day is soon approaching and this year the library will be showcasing non-fiction books.

Letter to the editor: Lincoln’s departure from MAUSD would have an impact

The impact of Lincoln withdrawing from the Mt. Abe district and our high school can be significant.