Posts filed under: Memoir

After some urging from Charlotte’s resident historian, Dan Cole, and about nine hours of research on Ancestry.com I found that famous singer Madonna and I share the same set of...
My husband first discovered the farm when he came for a job interview with the University of Vermont. He found the farm one day while walking from Shelburne to explore...
Kay wanted us to get a taste of her part of Texas and laid out an ambitious schedule of activities, four days that would include hiking the Violet Crown wildlife...
Bradley Carleton is executive director of Sacred Hunter.org, a nonprofit that seeks to educate the public on the spiritual connection of man to nature and raises funds for Traditions Outdoor...
Nancy E. Wood | Contributor With this issue of The Charlotte News, the yearlong countdown begins for the 60th anniversary of its initial publication on July 18, 1958. They say...
Submitted by Nancy Menard of Charlotte Editor’s note: This new column features the memories of those who remember a different place in time. The world is changing rapidly. As we...
Sandi Detwiler | Contributor Editor’s note: This column features a different guest writer each month who writes about comical musings, quirky happenings and other essential elements of getting through this...
Susan Crockenberg | Contributor Always on the lookout for exceptional local food in an effort to support the Vermont economy and reduce transportation-associated carbon, Linda Hamilton introduced me to John...
Mary Van Vleck | Contributor Editor’s note: Please welcome Essential Elements, our new addition to The News! This column will feature a different guest writer each month who will write...
Looking back now, it seems to me a simpler time to grow up. There were not the pressures of having meaningful jobs for college applications. Our parents did not...