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December 18th

Charger’s Pull Away Late, Defeat Crusaders 31-25

December 18, 2011

NEWPORT CITY – The United Christian Academy Crusader’s hosted the Craftsbury Academy Charger’s Saturday morning, but it was the Charger’s walking away with the victory 31-25.

Marckres’ 21 Paces Chargers Over Crusaders 69-45

December 18, 2011

NEWPORT – In the second game of the double-header, the UCA and Craftsbury boys faced off against each other on Saturday. For the fans that stuck around to see the second game they were treated to a great contest. The Crusaders entered the game still in search of their first win on the season and Craftsbury entered the contest fresh off beating Chelsea Thursday night. After a stellar first half, the Chargers pulled away with a convincing victory 69-45.

Donald Reid White

December 18, 2011

White-- Donald Reid, 86, passed away Wednesday evening, December 14, 2011.  There will be no calling hours or services. Arrangements are being handled by the Davidson-Becker Funeral Home, 11 Spring Street, Struthers, Ohio. Please visit www.beckerobits.com to send condolences.

For the full obituary see Friday's Express.

December 15th

Changes Come to LaPierre

December 15, 2011

NEWPORT CITY – Lapierre’s Decorating Center on East Main Street continues to grow, giving one more reason to shop local all year round.
“We’re rearranging all the time,” said manager Meghan Davis. “We’re always bringing in new products in the flooring and paint department. Now we decided to bring in home decor and gifts.”
“We added home decor give people additional reasons to stop in,” said Randy Davis who co-owns the store with his wife Valerie. “We like to have a nice variety and things you don’t see everywhere.”

START Aims to Stop Teen Crashes

December 15, 2011

NEWPORT CITY – “If you don’t think it can happen to you, you’ve already made your first mistake.”
Those words are at the end of a video the Stop Teen Alcohol Risk Team (START) brought to the North Country Union High School Driver Education Class this week. START consists of local and state law enforcement agencies and the court diversion program.
The video showed newspaper clippings and graphic still photographs of a fatal drinking and driving accident nearly 10 years ago. The accident happened after two local friends had been drinking.

Lowell Mountain Protesters Prepare for Court

December 15, 2011

NEWPORT, VT - The protesters who were arrested on Lowell Mountain Dec. 5 are due in court Tuesday, Dec. 20, for arraignment at 8:30 AM. The protesters are calling for supporters to meet in front of the courthouse at 7:50 Tuesday morning to show support.
Protesters are urging others on their blog, Mountain Talk on World Press, to bring signs and plan on singing the Vermont song, “These Green Mountains.”

A North Country Tradation

December 15, 2011

NEWPORT - A standing tradition continued on at North Country Union High School Wednesday evening.
That tradition was inviting graduates of North Country and Sacred Heart Schools to join the current students in the performance Hellelujah from Messiah.
Earlier in the evening the Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of William Prue, performed pieces like I Saw Her Standing There. Later on the Concert Band performed tunes like Jingle Bells March.

Falcons Surge Late, but Fall to Bobwhites 3-1 in Home Opener

December 15, 2011

NEWPORT–In the game of hockey sometimes you have to be a little bit lucky. Wednesday night at the Ice Haus, BFA St. Albans goaltender Andre Morin had the luck of the Irish going for him as the North Country Falcons hit two crossbars amidst a flurry of third period pressure en route to a 3-1 loss in their home opener.
"This was a big time game for us," said coach Andrew Roy, "they came out firing hard, but we adapted well and I am happy about that.

Tough Start to the Season for Falcon Girls Hoops, Lose 42-37 to Vikings

December 15, 2011

LYNDON–It was not the start that North Country girls basketball team had hoped for on Wednesday night as the team fell to Lyndon Institute 42-37.
"They wanted it a lot more than we did and it was visible," said coach Christiane Brown after the loss.
The team came out and took an 8-7 lead after one quarter, but signs were showing early that LI was not going to go away. The Vikings were hot to trot in the second, dropping fifteen point on the Falcons and taking a 21-16 lead into the half.

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