public schools went into lock-down mode when a bank robber was on the loose
last month. Hardwick
Gazette reporter Tommy Gardner wrote about some of the confusion and anger
among parents regarding what happened, what the lock-down entailed, and what it meant for the students.
The demolition of the Lake Champlain Bridge uncovered
an 18th century French fort at Chimney Point. Two archaeologists describe what they’re learning from the site. Also, we talk with Ben Hewitt about Hardwick’s local agricultural movement. And, soldiers make art out of their uniforms.
A non-profit venture in Hardwick tries to create a sustainable economy based on local food production. We get an update on its efforts with founder Andrew Meyer. And, we talk with Quechee author Carla Neggers about her new thriller set in a cold winter.