Campbell picks his best photos to exhibit

MIDDLEBURY — Trent Campbell’s legions of fans will soon be able to get a gander at some of his particularly prized pictures taken during his two-decade career as the Addison Independent’s photographer. The 24 photos will be part of a show titled “The Faces of Addison County” that will be on exhibit at Middlebury’s Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History beginning Friday, April 2. The show includes Campbell’s favorite photos showing area residents of all ages at work, play, parades, Addison County Fair and F … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Information is power; please don’t withold it

In the last year and a half I had two strokes and was debilitated in many ways. I was not afraid of sharing this news with the world; in fact I wrote about it in this newspaper and shared it on social media. The response from this amazing community was ki … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Campbell says thank you

My wife Nikki and I were truly humbled by the incredible response to our benefit party last week in Middlebury. A simple “thank you” does not adequately express our gratitude but since we lack the words, let us say “thank you” to: friends, colleagues and … (read more)

TrentTown Rock was a huge success

MIDDLEBURY — Wow! That says it all when describing the TrentTown Rock fundraiser for Trent Campbell and Nikki Juvan that took place at Middlebury’s Marquis Theater this past Wednesday evening. Staff at Addison Press and Freedom Publications put a call out … (read more)

Jan. 22 party will benefit Trent Campbell

MIDDLEBURY — The Addison County Independent and two local bands are teaming up to assist a colleague as he recovers from a medical crisis — and throw a mid-winter dance party at the Marquis Theater in Middlebury for everyone to enjoy. Award-winning photog … (read more)

Addy Indy’s Trent Campbell on the mend; help needed

MIDDLEBURY — One year after suffering the first of two strokes, Addison Independent photographer Trent Campbell continues his long road to recovery in hopes of once again immortalizing the people, places and scenes of Addison County. “I’m getting stronger … (read more)