In the coming months, Vermont’s Northland Journal will celebrate 15 years of sharing and preserving the history of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. What a ride it has been! In the lead up to this milestone, we plan to bring fresh, new additions and changes to the Journal. We have big plans for the coming year.
At this time we are excited to announce the arrival of Natalie Hormilla as our layout and design professional. She brings with her a high degree of professionalism and a keen eye for details. Natalie will certainly bring a fresh look to the Journal.
A graduate of Eugene Lange College at the New School in New York City, Natalie was the assistant editor at the Chronicle in Barton for five years. She lives in West Glover with her husband, Nate Gordon, where they operate Beach Hill Fitness. They have two daughters, Luna, who is almost four, and Solana, who just turned one.
Natalie joins an amazing group of people at the Journal – all who are dedicated to sharing and preserving the history of the Northeast Kingdom. We all welcome her as we enter this new chapter at the Journal. ———— Scott Wheeler/Publisher
For the last 14 years, the Journal has been the only magazine dedicated to sharing and preserving the history and heritage of the Northeast Kingdom. The monthly magazine, which comes in both print and electronic versions, is filled with stories of the Kingdom from an earlier time as told by the people who lived it. Each issue is also filled with historic photos of the tri-county region.
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