Archive - Aug 2011
NEWPORTâ€“The North Country field hockey team has potential. They have fourteen seniors returning in 2011, and they have set some high goals for themselves.
"The girls are really excited," said returning coach Chantelle Bouchard, "I think they will do well, and their goal is the states."
It is a lofty goal, but not one that is unobtainable.
What must occur in order for this to happen will be the emergence of players that are ready to take their game to the next level in order to fill some pretty important shoes that were vacated by last years' departing seniors.
The Craftsbury Academy boysâ€™ soccer team will once again be under the control of 2nd year coach Mike Ruetz. Coach Ruetz has worked with the majority of these players for the past 3 years, having been the 7/8th grade boys coach at Craftsbury, before moving up to the Varsity position.
Having finished the previous season with a 4-10 record, Coach Ruetz knows that his team needs to improve.
NEWPORTâ€“Much like most of the North Country fall teams, this year's boys soccer team is no different. With ten seniors back for the maroon and blue, and an advanced level maturity after a tough 2010 in the Metro, Coach James McKenny is heading into the 2011 campaign with a strong slew of veteran talent.
E. CHARLESTON- The 19th annual Echo Lake Road race was held Saturday morning at Echo Lake in East Charleston. One hundred and fifty four participated in the event under sunny skies with temperatures in the low sixties.
Participants ran or rode bikes 10 miles, which is twice around the lake, or ran or walked five miles.
Prizes were awarded and participants enjoyed complimentary refreshments and a massage after the race. Many jumped right into the lake after finishing.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ For the past several years, the Newport City Council has been trying to determine the most equable way to bill residential taxpayers for their water and sewer rates.
Currently, newer single homes, including 100 or so whose owners agreed to be sources of data, and many multi-unit apartment buildings, have already used meters.
After looking at the data collected over the past several months, the city council has determined that the fairest billing method is for all properties to have usage meters. The money collected will cover the cityâ€™s expense for providing water.
NEWPORT - The Meals on Wheels program, which provides meals to a large segment of the Northeast Kingdom's vulnerable population, is in desperate need of volunteers. Meals on Wheels, part of the Federal Older Americans Act, is coordinated through the Area Agency on Aging. It provides meals to seniors who canâ€™t get out on their own or prepare their own meals.
March 01, 1957-August 28, 2011
On August 28, 2011 my wonderful husband left me the only way he ever would. Mark Edward Lyman was born March 01, 1957 in Greenfield, MA to Nancy Jandro Lyman and Richard Edward Lyman. The couple divorced soon after Markâ€™s birth. He received his early education in Greenfield where he was near his beloved grandmother Myrtle Jandro Potter.
When he was nine, his mother remarried. Markâ€™s stepfather adopted Mark and his older brother Doug, changing their surnames to his. The family moved to Reading, MA, where his younger brother Todd was born.