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Conversations with Jacqueline Ziegler: A Lifetime of Art
By Larry Johnson
    Jacqueline Ziegler paints with light, and light and shadow are what transform the ordinary into the extraordinary. Colors with depth and texture capture the essence of whatever subject matter she deems worthy of her brush and canvas, and the mundane becomes alive and special under her expert guidance.
    I recently had the opportunity to talk with this intelligent woman and to savor a few of her magnificent oil paintings. We lined them up around the living room at her home in Middlebury East, as she explained the background of each and why and how they had come into existence.
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Vermont State Police Celebrate 60th Anniversary
By Mike Cameron
   An Open House was held at the Vermont State Police New Haven Barracks to help celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Vermont State Police. The day long event in New Haven at the organizations new state of the art facility was attended by hundreds on Saturday, August 25th, 2007.  [ more ]

Middlebury College acquires archival materials of Ernest Hemingway and the Hemingway Family

    The Middlebury College Julian W. Abernethy Collection of American Literature has acquired the Ernest Hemingway and Hemingway Family Collection. The archive includes family correspondence, journals, more than 1400 original letters and 151 scans of Hemingway’s letters. The material dates from the mid-19th century to the author’s death in 1961.
    Items of special interest include several diaries dating from the 1850s; Civil War letters belonging to the author’s grandfather, Anson Hemingway; and love letters of his parents, Clarence and Grace Hall Hemingway, prior to and after their marriage. A literary highlight of the collection is a carbon copy of a unique version of the first chapter of “The Sun Also Rises.” The chapter was eventually deleted by Hemingway at the suggestion of his friend F. Scott Fitzgerald.
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