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NCU Board Honors Coach Davis

December 21, 2011

NEWPORT CITY – Even though Bob Davis, North Country Union High School's football coach, announced his resignation last month, the school board didn’t formally approve it until Tuesday evening.
Davis deserves a lot of credit for the work and dedication he gave to the team over the past 29 years, Principal Bill Rivard said. Davis made a difference in the lives of a lot of students.

NCU Board Reviews Draft Budget Hikes

December 21, 2011

NEWPORT CITY – Board members from the North Country Union High School have started the long process of getting the 2012-2013 budget ready for voters. Voters will be asked to approve the budget on Town Meeting Day in March.
The proposed high school budget is $11,631,675.37, an increase of $293,287.33 over the 2011-2012 budget.
Board Member Peter Moskovites said the plan is to have the members take the proposed budget home, review it and then discuss it at the next full board meeting.

Brighton death blamed on meth

December 21, 2011

BRIGHTON, VT - Vermont State Police said Tuesday that the October death of a 22-year-old Island Pond woman is being blamed on a methadone overdose. The investigation into the death of Tiffany Wight is continuing, said Maj. Edward Ledo, commander of the criminal division.
Wight's body was found in the upstairs bedroom of her village home at 123 Railroad St. at about 6 p.m. Oct. 31, Detective Sgt. Jake Zorn said at the time. She was found by her live-in boyfriend, Troy Sheltra, after he returned home from work, police said.

Fourth Quarter Shooting Sends BFA Over North Country 52-49

December 21, 2011

ST.ALBANS–The Falcons' boys basketball team traveled to Franklin County Tuesday night to face BFA St. Albans, and despite a strong outing, fell to the Bobwhites 52-49.
"It was a very exciting game," said coach Bonvechio, "We played some of our best basketball, especially in the second quarter."
After finishing the first quarter trailing by three, North Country came out flying in the second, outscoring the opposition 23-9, and took a 33-21 lead into the break.
In the third quarter it would be miscues and missed chances that would allow the Bobwhites to creep back into the game.

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