Category Archives: Stories

The transcendental heart

If you read Indie Albany on a regular basis you might have noticed that I’m something of the black sheep of the family. First, I write then I just stop. I’m like the “off” ox on the team. It’s not a … Continue reading

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Headlines from the West Burville Gazette/Under New Ownership/2

Life’s a funny thing. One day you’re running an auto repair shop up in West Burville and the next you’re part owner of the town diner, the Double Axle. If Linda Mae had any idea the stir she would cause, … Continue reading

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Headlines from The West Burville Gazette: Under New Ownership

The year past was a busy one for the Counter Dwellers over at the Double Axle Diner, West Burville, Vermont, what with being involved in a murder mystery, getting arrested for some foolishness during deer season, and winding up the … Continue reading

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Headlines from The West Burville Gazette: Christmas Edition/2

If you’ve ever been through Piney Woods County, tucked up in the northeastern corner of Vermont, when the snow’s beginning to fly and Christmas lights are twinkling around the steamy windows of the Double Axle Diner over in West Burville, … Continue reading

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Headlines from The West Burville Gazette: Christmas Edition

The first snowfall (the one before the snow gets up to your keister and the car won’t start) kicks off the preparations for the holiday season in Piney Woods County, stuck way up there in the northeastern corner of Vermont. … Continue reading

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Headlines from The West Burville Gazette, Second Installment

What is there about a chilly November day and the thought of venison on the Thanksgiving menu that drives the residents of West Burville to saddle up before daylight…and get themselves in trouble with the law before lunch? And in … Continue reading

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Headlines from THE WEST BURVILLE GAZETTE

In the northern hills the first day of deer season is greeted with either expectation or dread, depending on who you are or who you know. In West Burville over at the Double Axle Diner, Hooter Gibson and the regulars … Continue reading

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