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Quechee Gorge bridge meeting is postponed
07-12-2023 3:52 PM

QUECHEE — A meeting planned for Thursday night to discuss the planned renovation of the Quechee Gorge bridge has been postponed as state Transportation officials respond to flooding.No new date or time has been set, but once it is, it will be posted...


Planned restoration of Quechee Gorge bridge has neighbors nervous
07-07-2023 8:07 PM

By ALEX HANSON

QUECHEE — Restoration work on the bridge that carries Route 4 over the Quechee Gorge is expected to begin this summer, and that makes Kipp Miller nervous.Miller has owned Quechee Gorge Gifts and Sportswear since 1980. He knows the bridge needs work...


Man twice the victim of gunshot wounds ordered to treatment program
03-29-2023 10:32 AM

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — A Quechee man who has twice been involved in incidents in which he was shot was found in violation of his probation and ordered to report to residential treatment program.James Luce, 23, of Luce Meadow Road in Quechee, who was...


Maple sugaring event a chance for school to open doors to community
03-26-2023 9:08 PM

By RAY COUTURE

QUECHEE — In a warmly-lit downstairs room in the Upper Valley Waldorf School’s Roberts House, three early-education teachers dance and twirl marionette puppets on a cloth mini-stage to the awe and delight of a pack of small children and their...


Drivers feel snowed after plow truck hit-and-run totals vehicles
03-03-2023 6:01 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

QUECHEE — A snowplow driver in Quechee struck multiple cars earlier this week before fleeing the scene, and now the drivers of the damaged vehicles are asking the public’s help in identifying the rogue operator.“Honestly, it never occurred to me (the...


A Life: Lee Cutting; ‘I mostly want Lee remembered for the kind man he was, and not what he ended up with’
01-30-2023 12:12 PM

By JIM KENYON

Lee Cutting and John Walsh were the best of friends. Whether they were good influences on each other is arguable.But they had a bond. His name was Jim Beam. “We put away a lot of bourbon,” Walsh told me.For 10 years, Cutting, 64, and Walsh, 72, lived...


Quechee doughnut operation serves up treats with a twist
08-04-2022 3:45 AM

By BETSY VERECKEY

For April Lawrence, the art of doughnut-making can be traced back to her grandmother, who once ran Lake Shore Farm, a bucolic inn in Northwood, N.H. There were no televisions and just one telephone.“It was very rustic, but I grew up in the kitchen...


Quechee Club plans expansion of programs for younger member base, housing for workforce
04-28-2022 10:42 PM

By NORA DOYLE-BURR

QUECHEE — Amid a tight labor market, the Quechee Club has announced plans to expand due to increased demand for programs and activities by the club’s younger members.In the past few years, the 52-year-old club has seen the average age of its members...


Hartford man shot in face over the weekend was previously shot, wounded by police
04-26-2022 7:08 AM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION – A 22-year old Quechee man who was shot in the face at the Super 8 Motel in White River Junction on Friday is the same man who was shot by a state trooper during a pursuit after the man fired a shotgun in the direction of his...


Jim Kenyon: Quechee renters shown the door en masse, with little recourse
02-06-2022 7:03 AM

By JIM KENYON

Joey Peterson thought he heard someone in late January outside the third-floor apartment he shares with his mother and a roommate in Quechee. When he checked, all he found was an envelope taped to the door.Inside was a letter from the property...


Bottom Line: Deal between Upper Valley restaurant families keeps a namesake eatery alive
09-25-2021 9:41 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

A friendship extending back decades between two Upper Valley restaurant families has led to one family carrying on the tradition of the other family’s popular family restaurant.Maria Limon and Nick Yager, the husband-and-wife team behind Gusanoz...


Longtime pharmacy closing for good
09-06-2020 11:47 AM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

WOODSTOCK — Come Oct. 4, the Woodstock Pharmacy will have dispensed its last prescription.Owner Gary Smith said Friday that the 167-year-old pharmacy would soon end its run, confirming speculation that has swirled for weeks.Smith “concluded the best...


Simon Pearce buys Parker House in Quechee
01-18-2020 8:53 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

QUECHEE — The Parker House has come home again.Simon Pearce — the Vermont glassware and pottery maker and restaurateur — has purchased Parker House inn, the restaurant and bed and breakfast adjacent to its showroom and restaurant on Quechee Main...


Bottom Line: Massive Quechee Lakes parcel going on the market
09-07-2019 10:18 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

In the market for a condo at Quechee Lakes? Well, we’ve got a place for you: 640 acres of pristine, forested land. And it can be all yours for $4.5 million.Taurus Investment Holdings, a Boston real estate company, is exiting its investment in Quechee...


Upper Valley businesses stung by alleged payroll tax embezzlement scheme
04-20-2019 9:32 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

WEST LEBANON — Every Friday afternoon, without fail, Ryan Wall would pull up in his car at the offices of J.A.S. Auto in White River Junction to personally deliver the company’s employee paychecks.Wall ran payroll services for TSBS, a West Lebanon tax...


Vermont Officials Scrap Netting as Suicide Deterrent at Quechee Gorge Bridge
12-16-2018 12:12 AM

By Jordan Cuddemi

Quechee — The days when sightseers could lean over a waist-high railing at the Quechee Gorge Bridge and gaze down at the popular natural tourist attraction are officially over.State officials recently scrapped the idea of putting a net below the...


No Swimming: Members-Only Lake Pinneo in Quechee Will Remain Private
02-08-2018 10:28 AM

By Matt Hongoltz-Hetling

Quechee — Lake Pinneo, the manmade body of water owned by the Quechee Lakes Landowners Association, is not expected to open its beaches to the general public anytime soon.The continuing denial of public access — which dates to 2015 — could be all the...


Hartford Man Dies by Suicide at Quechee Gorge Over Weekend
01-30-2018 12:07 PM

By Jordan Cuddemi

Quechee — A 22-year-old Hartford man died by suicide over the weekend at Quechee Gorge, the first such incident there in more than a year, Hartford police confirmed on Monday.The suicide on Sunday occurred as state officials continue to brainstorm...


Sara Holcomb Dorman
08-08-2017 3:02 AM

Quechee, Vt. — Sara Holcomb Dorman left this life peacefully in the early morning of Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017, a date that in years past would have found her in Saratoga for the summer racing meet, one of her favorite sporting events. It was on a cold...


Quechee Family Rescued at Sea After Boat Sinks Near Alaska
08-31-2016 12:03 PM

By Christine Dempsey

Megan Potter mustered all of her strength to swim through 10-foot swells as the boat she had spent the summer on slowly sank into the frigid water of the Bering Sea off Alaska’s Aleutian Islands.A Quechee resident and University of Connecticut...

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