Archive - Oct 24, 2012
ORLEANS - A brand new coaching staff and an early deficit couldn't stop the Lake Region girls varsity soccer team, who picked up a 2-1 victory over Otter Valley Wednesday afternoon in the opening round of the Division II championship tournament.
Senior striker Lauren Nesshoever took advantage of an early lapse in No. 4 Lake Region's defensive unit. Nesshoever pocked a give-and-go 10 minutes into the match to give the No. 13 seeded Otters an early edge.
JAY, VT - Two dozen representatives from the Agency of Commerce, Northeastern Vermont Development Association, Lyndon State College, Community College of Vermont, Department of Labor, and the North Country Supervisory Union, including Superintendent Dr. Robert Kern, high school principal Bill Rivard, and interim North Country Career Center Director Eileen Illuzzi, and other supporting agency members, met at Jay Peak Ski Resort to discuss economic development plans.
DERBY LINE â Comic legend Paula Poundstone will grace the Haskell Opera House stage Friday, Nov. 2, at 7 p.m. She will hold another performance Saturday, Nov. 3, at the Bellows Falls Opera House.
Poundstone, originally from Sudbury, MA, started performing stand-up comedy at open mic nights at the Charles Theater in Boston at the age of 19.
âSome people would describe me as the class clown,â said Poundstone of her school years. âA lot of people would describe me as annoying.â
STANSTEAD, QC - In a press release dated Oct. 19, the offices of NDP (New Democratic Party) Members of Parliament, Jean Rousseau (Compton-Stanstead) and Pierre Jacob (Brome-Missisquoi), stated that there is evidence of human smuggling going on across the Stanstead border, coming from the United States and entering Canada. The two took this position after obtaining a document from the RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) through the Information Act.