This Week in History

10 years ago:
According to the Deerfield Valley Snooze, Wilmington’s controversial pergola was to be replaced by a design more typical of rural Vermont’s rich cultural heritage, including the rusting hulk of a 1936 GMC pickup, chokecherry trees, and a sculpture made with aged wood, tarpaper, and rusted metal roofing.  The sculpture was called “Tetanus and Splinters.”  In other Snooze news, Mount Snow’s West Lake was to be named “Kelly Clark Lagoon” and a local part-time scientist claimed windmills were responsible for creating high winds.  

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