Residents of far northern Franklin County want the federal government to
change its mind about shuttering a tiny border crossing with Canada because they say it could strain economic and cultural
the first day for new identification procedures at the Vermont-Quebec border,
traffic flowed smoothly.
officials said almost everyone entering the United States on Thursday had the proper documents to
prove who they were.
We talk with memoirist Jaed Coffin and Saint Michael’s College English
professor Lorrie Smith about how people understand their own cultural identities when their families comprise diverse backgrounds. Also, new rules for crossing the Canadian border go into
effect on Thursday, and we learn the secrets of building igloos.